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For months, Bui Van Thuan, a chemistry teacher turned crusading blogger in Vietnam, published one scathing Facebook post after another on a land dispute between villagers and the communist government.
‘Robots don’t sneeze’: Hotels, hospitals, offices turning to delivery bots during coronavirus pandemic
The next time you order hotel room service, you may receive a buzz on your phone rather than a knock on your door.
Alibaba founder Jack Ma stepped down as chairman of the e-commerce giant a year ago, but the 56-year-old is still regarded as a leader in the Chinese business community. Jack Ma was face of Alibaba, the company he founded in his Hangzhou apartment in 1999 together with 17 others, for nearly two decades.
Europe’s top court on Sept 22 gave its backing to European cities cracking down on short-term rentals of private homes to solve a housing crunch, dealing a setback to homesharing site Airbnb.
Scientists believe they have found a way for city dwellers to let in fresh air while reducing the urban cacophony – and it is a bit like popping massive, noise-cancelling headphones onto your flat.
Vacuum cleaners are finally cutting the cable and joining other battery-powered household items like hair dryers, lamps and Bluetooth speakers. But the new cord-free convenience comes with trade-offs.
US President Donald Trump insists that any sale of the TikTok video app include a cut for the federal government, yet that demand has baffled policy experts and lawyers who say such a payment would stretch his authority under US law.
For Sergio Meruvia, a 15-year-old student in Bolivia, staying up to date with school means selling hand sanitiser on the street to help pay for the expensive Internet services his family now needs to continue his classes.
Struggling to make ends meet, Lorraine Imperio swapped a pair of Nike slip-on shoes for a whole dressed chicken on an online bartering site, one of dozens that have sprouted up during the Philippines’ virus lockdowns.
Nothing kills work-from-home motivation like slow Internet. It’s an issue some are facing for the first time as the Covid-19 pandemic sent them out of the office and into remote workspaces at home.