Don’t use rice for your device. Here’s how to dry out your smartphone

You were walking next to a swimming pool when you slipped and dropped your phone into the water. Or it slipped out of your hand when

MGM to host CHOCOL’ART’ pop-up with pastry master Angelo Musa

MGM has commissioned French pastry master Meilleur Ouvrier de France (MOF) Angelo Musa to Macau for the first time, to deliver a limited three-day ‘CHOCOL’ART’ pop-up series at MGM Cotai

Grand Coloane Resort launches dining program

Grand Coloane Resort has launched a 12-month membership, offering discounts at its dining outlets, as well as at Artyzen Grand Lapa. For MOP988, the membership includes

China has a quant quake because there’s no citadel

China is tightening the grip over quantitative trading after experiencing its own version of a “quant quake,” a reference to the summer of 2007 when a number of

Macy’s to close 150 stores as sales slip as it pivots to luxury at Bloomingdale’s and Blue Mercury

Macy's will close 150 stores over the next three years and 50 by the end of 2024, the department store said yesterday after posting a fourth

Galaxy holds study tours as part of student program

Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) co-organized the “Youth Science and Technology Village” program in a bid to provide three-year professional training for 100 Macau Form 4 students specializing in

MGM sponsors another edition of ‘Macau Outstanding Teenagers Award’

MGM has supported the “Macau Outstanding Teenagers Award,” organized by the Young Men’s Christian Association of Macau (YMCA of Macau) for the sixth consecutive edition. This

Japan’s Nikkei stock index breaks its 1989 record, surges to an all-time high

Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 index surged yesterday past the record it set in 1989 before its financial bubble burst, ushering in an era of faltering growth.

MGM brings first ‘Together with Ekin Cheng’ music show of 2024

Adding to a celebratory Easter weekend, MGM will team up with Ekin Cheng, the multi-talented star of film, television and music, to exclusively present the “Together with Ekin Cheng”

Japanese contemporary art exhibition opens at Sands Gallery

Macau’s first Japanese art extravaganza in 2024, the “Japanese Contemporary Art Exhibition,” is on display at Sands Gallery until March 30. The exhibition features over 90 artworks by

Boeing ousts head of 737 jetliner program weeks after panel blowout on a flight over Oregon

Boeing said that the head of its 737 jetliner program is leaving the company in an executive shake-up weeks after a door panel blew out on a flight

Ransomware group LockBit is disrupted by a global police operation

Law enforcement agencies have infiltrated and disrupted the prolific ransomware syndicate LockBit that has extracted $120 million from thousands of victims around the world, with two

Many small business owners see 2024 as a ‘make or break’ year, survey shows

About 40% of small business owners think 2024 will be a “make or break” year for their business, according to a survey by messaging service

Singapore Airshow features aerial displays and international debut of China’s C919

The Singapore Airshow – Asia’s largest – kicked off yesterday with an array of aerial displays including some by China’s COMAC C919 narrow-body airliner. It’s the

Albergue announces activities for moon lantern festival

As the 2024 Moon Festival approaches, CAC - Círculo dos Amigos da Cultura de Macau and Albergue SCM has announced activities for the the upcoming “Celebration of the

Sands China executives celebrate Year of the Dragon with team members

Sands China executives celebrated Chinese New Year with team members earlier this week at festivities at its properties, welcoming the Year of the Dragon together with various activities.

Founder of Japanese dollar-store chain Daiso dies at 80

Hirotake Yano, who founded the retail chain Daiso known for its 100-yen shops, Japan’s equivalent of the dollar store, has died. He was 80. Yano

Capital One to buy Discover for $35 billion in deal combining major US credit card companies

Capital One Financial said it will buy Discover Financial Services for $35 billion, in a deal that would bring together two of the nation’s credit card companies as

Dubai airport had 86.9 million passengers last year in a post-pandemic surge

The number of passengers flying through Dubai International Airport, the world’s busiest for international travel, surged last year beyond its total for 2019 — just before

Sands China strengthens responsible gaming promotions in 2023

  “As an integrated resort operator, it is our responsibility to raise awareness of the importance of responsible gaming among our team members and the community,” said

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