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SEOUL: Hwang Seungwon points a remote control toward a huge NASA-like overhead screen stretching across one of the walls. The machine - a colourful array of pie charts, graphs and maps reveals the search habits of thousands of South Korean senior citizens being monitored.
Be it an important online lecture from your professor or a Zoom meeting with your lawyer, some video chats are worth saving for later.
Fitness trackers aren’t that complicated: they count your steps, measure your pulse rate and record how long you’ve spent exercising. If they’re sports watches or smartwatches with GPS aboard they can also track your location.
As countries emerge from lockdowns imposed to blunt the coronavirus pandemic, dozens have rolled out phone apps to track a person's movements and who they come into contact with, giving officials a vital tool for limiting contagion risks.
To charge a small device like a pair of wireless earbuds or a fitness tracker, you normally need to plug in some kind of cable like on your smartphone. But in future, you'll likely be able to charge them wirelessly from your smartphone using NFC.
THESE days, you don’t need sophisticated camera equipment anymore when you have smartphones that can offer you the same quality and level of experience.
Some call it the foundation of the open Internet and online free speech. Others say it allows big platforms to avoid responsibility for harmful content they host.
Business premises in Kuala Lumpur can now use a new app called KLStep to record customers’ details, thanks to Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL).
Alphabet Inc’s Google is considering acquiring a stake in Vodafone Group Plc’s struggling Indian business, the Financial Times reported, joining Facebook Inc in investing in the world’s fastest-growing mobile arena.