Sapura Energy Bhd CEO Tan Sri Shahril Shamsuddin's RM71.9 million pay package for FY2018 was a point of contention at the company's AGM last week. Some shareholders feel the huge remuneration is unjustified when the company is not performing well. The board, however, maintains that he deserves it.
A new Amazon feature first spotted by TechCrunch helps anyone with an iPhone find odd parts that might otherwise involve a trip to the hardware store. Called “Part Finder,” Amazon‘s new tool is one of the more useful computer vision tools to date. It takes advantage of the iPhone‘s excellent optics to scan, measure, and identify all types of fasteners or other pieces of small hardware. One found, the app asks for some additional information — screw type, head style, and drive type: Phillips, flathead, etc. — before leading you to the appropriate product on Amazon. To get to the… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Amazon