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"Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Earthblood" lets you tackle environmental catastrophe in video game form, as a shapeshifting eco-warrior.
Instagram is currently the mobile application collecting the most personal data from its users. The social network has been found to share as much as 79% of the personal data provided by the user, compared to 57% for Facebook and 50% for LinkedIn and Uber Eats.
Netflix says it has a plan to hit net zero greenhouse gas emissions by the end of 2022, with a big part of the streaming giant’s efforts aimed at operating more eco-friendly film and TV productions.
The pandemic has made living without a computer harder than ever. Employees are working remotely, kids are going to school via laptop, and grandparents are visiting with their grandkids on screens. At the same time, the pandemic has made it harder to get broken devices fixed, as many big chain stores have ceased offering on-site repairs.
(Reuters) - Google's Maps app will start directing drivers along routes estimated to generate the lowest carbon emissions based on traffic, slopes and other factors, the company announced on Tuesday.
If organisers succeed in Bessemer, where nearly 6,000 people work, it could set off a chain reaction across Amazon’s operations nationwide, with thousands more workers rising up and demanding better working conditions.
Próspera is the first project to gain approval from Honduras to start a privately governed charter city, under a national programme started in 2013. It has its own constitution of sorts and a 3,500-page legal code with frameworks for political representation and the resolution of legal disputes, as well as minimum wage (higher than Honduras’s) and income taxes (lower in most cases).
Facebook has removed the Instagram accounts with which Welsh internationals Rabbi Matondo and Ben Cabango were racially abused following the 1-0 win over Mexico on Saturday.
Microsoft Corp’s latest takeover targets have baffled some analysts and investors who are well aware of the company’s spotty track record in consumer businesses and social media.
Microsoft Corp and Discord Inc hold a great deal of sway with video game fans. As they now hold talks for a potential US$10bil (RM41.27bil) acquisition, a deal would join two companies in pursuit of audiences far beyond gamers.