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China's local governments are ramping up surveillance efforts with new data collection campaigns to better trace residents' moves in public areas, seeking to curb the coronavirus outbreak but heightening privacy concerns.
Amazon wants to kill the supermarket checkout line.
Amazon.com Inc is taking aim at the urban grocery market with a larger version of its cashierless Go convenience store.
Before HQ Trivia ran out of money earlier this month and abruptly shut down, the once-promising startup appeared to be on the brink of a dramatic victory. It had an acquisition offer from a media company called Whistle. The deal would have given HQ the cash it desperately needed to keep the lights on.
SEOUL (Reuters) - As the new coronavirus spreads in South Korea, private software developers have set up websites and apps to help people track cases and shun places where infected people have been in the hope of avoiding the fast-spreading virus.
The coronavirus epidemic is exposing the dichotomy of the world’s second largest tech economy. Chinese businesses like Alibaba and Meituan with outsized footprints in the material world are rushing to contain the fallout while virtual denizens ByteDance Inc and Tencent Holdings Ltd ride a surge in social media and entertainment.
The Linc KL serves as a good example of sustainability right in the heart of the city.
Thwarting the sale of “illegal” Android boxes is paramount to rejuvenating the entertainment industry, and stemming the loss of billions of ringgit and thousands of jobs.
INVESTORS in the retail sector can’t get their fill of gas stations.
DAEGU, South Korea (Reuters) - Usually teeming with thousands of worshippers, the church at the centre of South Korea's largest coronavirus outbreak was shuttered and silent on Friday, surrounded by empty streets.