KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 17): theedgemarkets.com highlighted twelve stocks with momentum at Bursa Malaysia’s afternoon market close today. Three stocks displayed positive momentum and nine showed negative momentum.
Stocks with positive momentum were:
Dancomech Holdings Bhd – up 3.5 sen at 45 sen
EG Industries Bhd – up 6.5 sen at 60.5 sen
Mikro MSC Bhd – up 2 sen at 35 sen
Stocks with negative momentum were:
Ancom Bhd – up 1 sen at 73.5 sen
Far East Holdings Bhd – down 12 sen at RM3.26
JF Technology Bhd – up 2.5 sen at 95 sen
A much-ballyhooed study published yesterday indicates children are more easily influenced by robots than adults. Perhaps next we’ll discover that robots find it easier to take candy from babies than grown-ups. I’m a parent. When a study titled “Children conform, adults resist: A robot group induced peer pressure on normative social conformity,” starts making the tech news rounds, I pay attention. On the surface it seems scary — especially if you live most of your life immersed in news coming out of the field of artificial intelligence. It’s not. The research was conducted at the University of Plymouth where a… This story continues at The Next Web
If you purchased a ticket on a Singapore Airlines flight from New York to Singapore (one of the world’s longest commercial flights, clocking in at 18 hours and 45 minutes), you may be wondering how to keep the kids entertained.
This may be the answer: Children’s app developer Toca Boca has teamed up with Singapore Airlines to make in-flight entertainment a little more fun. Passengers flying on select Singapore Airlines flights can now spend hours playing free games from Toca Boca and its sister company, Sago Mini—including Toca Kitchen 2, Toca Builders, Toca Life: Town, Sago Mini Babies, and, appropriately enough, Sago Mini Planes.
Toca Boca is the developer behind such hits as Toca Hair Salon and Toca Kitchen, where you get to make monsters eat their vegetables. The company and Singapore Airlines hope free access to fun apps will make your flight fly right by—at least for the first eight hours or so. No promises after that.