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Ancient Yunnan embraces facial recognition, social media to boost tourism industry

The Yunnan tourism app has attracted more than 23 million users.

Amazon is working on a device that can read human emotions

Amazon.com Inc is developing a voice-activated wearable device that can recognise human emotions.

Facebook goes global in courting creators, including YouTubers

Facebook is stepping up efforts to lure creators from all corners of the world to its Watch platform, dangling not only the promise of connecting with communities but making serious money from their content through ads.

Why your office is beginning to look like a forest

The modern office is starting to look more like a Rainforest Café than a place of business.

CES 2018 in seven numbers

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which runs Jan 9-12, 2018, in Las Vegas, is the world's largest tech and gadget show. Indeed, the figures speak for themselves ...

Race for ‘smart’ hits fever pitch at electronics show

Giving gadgets brains will be a hot theme at the Consumer Electronics Show set to open in Las Vegas, with device makers big and small touting hardware with “smarts.”

Study finds 80% of activity tracker users stick with gadgets for at least six months

Are activity trackers and smartwatches a sustainable solution for boosting motivation to exercise? Researchers in the USA studied user engagement levels with the digital devices, sales of which reached 19.7 million worldwide in 2016.

MaGIC: Startups shouldn’t just chase high valuations

To succeed in the long run, startups should focus on building sustainable and profitable businesses, according to MaGIC CEO Ashran Ghazi.

Jack Ma woos mom and pop shops in US jobs push

Most small US companies don't have the brand awareness in China to stand out among the millions of goods on Alibaba's websites.

How travel could evolve in 2017

The year 2017 will see the rise of “sanctustays,”' experiential travel and a return to the “human touch,” according to a new trends report on the state of travel for 2017.