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(Reuters) - Several U.S. banks have started deploying camera software that can analyze customer preferences, monitor workers and spot people sleeping near ATMs, even as they remain wary about possible backlash over increased surveillance, more than a dozen banking and technology sources told Reuters.
Digital generation gap: China tells companies to make their sites and apps more ‘elderly friendly’ as online population balloons
New guidelines for elderly users are part of an initial campaign targeting 43 apps and 115 websites, including WeChat and e-commerce sites Taobao and JD.com. The moves are also seen as helping party-building, as people aged 61 or older account for about one-third of Communist Party membership.
YANGON, April 12 (BLOOMBERG): With a tea shop right next to key protest zones in Myanmar's biggest city, Mr Soe is never quite sure whether he should keep the business open.
Banking customers in Singapore can now use facial recognition at ATMs to check their account balance, with the feature possibly replacing ATM cards in future.
(Reuters) - A new feature has appeared at smoke shops in Montana, gas stations in the Carolinas and delis in far-flung corners of New York City: a brightly-lit bitcoin ATM, where customers can buy or sell digital currency, and sometimes extract hard cash.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Discontent is brewing in the ranks of Lebanon's security forces over a currency crash wiping out most of the value of their salaries as unrest and crime surge.
The past few decades have seen a number of horrific crimes against women in Malaysia. Groups are pressing for crucial laws and SOP on public safety, saying that we should not have to wait for tragedy to occur.
Technology giants Facebook Inc, Amazon.com Inc and Google and credit-card providers Visa Inc and Mastercard Inc are among those vying for unprecedented access to India’s burgeoning digital retail payments market.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Monday (March 1) .
YANGON (Bloomberg): The Central Bank of Myanmar is limiting cash withdrawals from banks and automated teller machines a month after the country's military coup.