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The US Justice Department and the federal court system disclosed on Jan 6 that they were among the dozens of US government agencies and private businesses compromised by a massive cyberespionage campaign that US officials have linked to elite Russia hackers.
As a result of trying to explain why a simple yet enjoyable 2013 anime farming/adventure game is one of my favourites, I propose a new metric for understanding how fun a video game is to play: its engagement levels.
This year, with our eyes constantly glued to the screens, we sought escape in sound.
To accomplish New Year’s resolutions, it’s vital to set realistic and manageable goals but it doesn’t hurt to get a little help from apps and gadgets.
Answering a series of questions in a comprehensible way in a fast-paced WhatsApp chat can be tricky.
Russian lawmakers on Dec 23 moved a step closer to allowing regulators to block Internet platforms like Facebook and YouTube if they are deemed to have censored content produced by Russians.
Li Changming just purchased a new Huawei smartphone and the 70-year-old retiree is still a bit puzzled by a high-tech device that China policymakers hope will help unlock spending by millions of older Chinese.
Old people in China have suffered as services and facilities have digitised after the coronavirus outbreak, with some unable to work out how to leave home. Others, like Wang Yingru, have got the hang of mobile payments, but need help to book a taxi or medical appointment. You have to be willing to learn, she says.
Google-parent Alphabet on Dec 14 confirmed that it is delaying the return of workers to its offices until at least September 2021 and is testing “flexible work weeks” for the longer term.
US government agencies and private companies rushed Monday to secure their computer networks following the disclosure of a sophisticated and long-running cyber-espionage intrusion that experts said almost certainly was carried out by a foreign state.