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There’s a no shortage of what US President Donald Trump might call fake news about the coronavirus floating around social media, with plenty of it coming from his own Twitter account. That’s a problem for a growing number of US doctors.
Technology, which so many children love, has become a town crier blasting out their pain.
A man in Singapore has been sentenced to 19 weeks in jail after pleading guilty to a harassment charge where he sent threatening messages to a woman through WhatsApp.
Lisa Marsh’s job shopping and delivering groceries for Instacart during the past three years has been unforgiving. Company tipping policies cut into earnings while boycotts and other labour strife created confusion, she said.
A reaction video by Malaysian stand-up comedian Nigel Ng towards a BBC Food video about how to cook egg fried rice has Internet users aghast at the recipe’s questionable instructions.
Ecuador’s indigenous groups in the Amazon have launched an information dashboard to monitor the coronavirus and identify contagion hotspots as the disease spreads through the rainforest and threatens ancient cultures, a leading rights group said on July 21.
An American woman who helped turn a Donald Trump rally into a fiasco has been hired by a grassroots organisation campaigning for the election of presidential challenger Joe Biden.
Did teens, TikTok users and fans of Korean pop music troll the president of the United States?
Queen Elizabeth II has kept up with technology throughout her reign, and on June 11 made her debut on a digital platform that has become ubiquitous during the coronavirus outbreak – the video conference call.
Under the movement control order, video calls to loved ones, paying zakat fitrah digitally and online bazaars are the new normal for Malaysians during Ramadan.