Avnet debuts vibrating wearables that let concertgoers ‘feel’ music
A recently-announced partnership between Avnet and Not Impossible Labs has yielded a new type of wearable — a “Vibrotextile” vest with wrist and ankle bands that pulse in sync with live musical performances, enabling wearers to feel the music. The new wearables publicly debuted in a bundle the companies are calling Music: Not Impossible, designed […]
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 18): The government remains committed to meet the socioeconomic needs of the rakyat through the undertaking of select high-impact projects, according to the Mid-term Review of the 11th Malaysia Plan 2016-2020.
The government will still have some 4,000 projects in the pipeline involving schools and hospitals, among others.
“In addition, public school projects across the nation, as well as rural water and electricity supply projects in Sabah and Sarawak will further enhance the wellbeing of the rakyat,” it added.
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 18): The FBM KLCI fell 0.15% today in tandem with the day's general negative performance across the region.
The benchmark index closed at 1,738.01, down 2.58 points from yesterday.
Malacca Securities Sdn Bhd senior analyst Kenneth Leong said the decline reflected regional sentiments.
"This is mainly due to concerns on rising interest rates. We also saw the China stock market tumble, as the Chinese yuan depreciated against the dollar by about 0.2%.
"In Malaysia, there were some extended profit-taking as well," Leong told theedgemarkets.com.