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The Consumer Electronics Show opening Tuesday offers a chance to showcase the newest and shiniest gadgetry, looking past the turmoil engulfing the global technology industry.
The Hong Kong protesters formed a line, patiently waiting their turn to buy sweet milk and tea drinks from a store that advertised ardent support for their cause with a banner declaring, "If you set off a nuclear blast, we'll stick by you."
Gojek, the Indonesian all-purpose supper app provider, is nearing an agreement to buy 5% of top local taxi operator PT Blue Bird, according to people familiar with the matter.
It's not too late to vote! From Disco Elysium and Totally Accurate Battle Simulator to French-set We. The Revolution and Singaporean mystery Chinatown Detective Agency (whose Kickstarter begins January 2020), IndieDB has opened final voting for its 2019 Game of the Year award.
Two young Malaysians have the chance to attend the 2020 Space Camp Exchange Programme in US next year.
Motorola is relaunching its Razr flip phone with a foldable display and an eye-watering US$1,499 (RM6,233) price tag, and is expected to hit stores early next year.
Competition in Egypt's ride-hailing and tech-enabled transport market is heating up as rivals from global giant Uber to smaller local firms vie for a slice of the Middle East's largest market.
What drives a cat owner to invent a door that automatically closes when pets try to carry prey into the house?
Uber on Sept 26 unveiled a revamped version of its smartphone app that weaves together services from shared rides to public transit schedules while adding more security features.
The relationship between US President Donald Trump and the largest US technology companies has often been frosty but a common opponent – France’s plan to tax US tech giants – will bring the two sides together, at least temporarily.