This fintech startup is helping Chinese people move their money abroad

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Photo credit: f11photo / 123RF. Every year, hundreds of thousands of Chinese students leave their country to study abroad. While overseas, they pay tuition, buy

Rakuten and Blackstorm launch HTML5-based mobile games platform

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Some of the titles available on R Games at launch. Photo credit: Rakuten Games. Rakuten, the Japanese tech company that made headlines last year when

10 sales & biz dev job openings this week!

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Looking for sales and business development opportunities? We have handpicked 10 jobs for you this week. Click on the links below and apply away! Recruiting

Secrets to app store success: How to outrank your competitors

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Mobile apps are almost an integral part of our lives. They cater for almost every aspect of our life – food, travel, games, education, news,

Here’s Why the SpaceX Launch Means We’ve Entered a New Era of Spaceflight

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SpaceX made history last week, launching a pre-flown booster into space for the first time ever – arguably the strongest milestone yet in the company’s

Astronomers Have Officially Found a Candidate for Planet Nine

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An intense three-day crowdsourced search for an undiscovered planet in our solar system has produced four possible candidates. The hunt for Planet Nine was part

Neil deGrasse Tyson Just Revealed When He Thinks We’ll Find Aliens

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This past weekend, Neil deGrasse Tyson did a reddit AMA: “I am Neil deGrasse Tyson, your personal Astrophysicist.” Naturally, with this irresistible prompt, he got numerous

This German Retiree Solved One of World’s Most Complex Maths Problems – and No One Noticed

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It’s a problem that the world’s most experienced mathematicians have spent decades trying to solve, and the solution had eluded them at every turn –

Scientists Have Invented a Graphene-Based Sieve That Turns Seawater Into Drinking Water

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Researchers have achieved a major turning point in the quest for efficient desalination by announcing the invention of a graphene-oxide membrane that sieves salt right

Medieval Villagers Warded Off ‘Zombies’ by Mutilating Human Remains, Study Finds

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Broken, mutilated, and burnt bones in an English burial pit dating back to medieval times reveal how superstitious villagers sought to prevent corpses rising from