Though rumors of a new entry-level MacBook laptop have circulated for quite some time, few concrete details have actually been confirmed. Today, a supply chain report from Taiwan’s hit-and-miss DigiTimes purports to shed light on the computer’s internals, claiming that Intel’s delay of a small new CPU led Apple to redesign the machine around a larger, […]
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 17): Foreign insurers in Malaysia will be given more flexibility to divest their stakes, and the deadline for the divestments will now depend on the bilateral agreement between the insurance companies and Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM).
The central bank's new Governor Datuk Nor Shamsiah Mohd Yunus said the objective of the divestment remains intact, but instead of imposing the June 30 deadline for all foreign insurers to reduce their stakes, it will be based on the respective agreements between the foreign insurers and BNM.
Most mornings, after sifting through the night's mail haul and skimming the headlines, I make myself a cup of coffee. I use a simple pour-over cone and paper filters, and (in what is perhaps my most tedious Seattleite affectation), I grind the beans by hand. I like the manual aspect of it all. Which is why this robotic pour-over machine is to me so perverse... and so tempting.