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As a third lockdown traps millions of British schoolchildren at home, free tablets and televised lessons are being touted as alternative ways to learn in a lockdown.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - In April 2019, Mexican police arrested suspected human trafficker Ignacio Santoyo in a plush area of the Caribbean resort of Playa del Carmen after linking him to a prostitution racket extending across Latin America.
The United States on Nov 30 imposed sanctions on a major Chinese electronics and engineering company for assisting Venezuela in curbing dissent on the Internet.
Armed with tablets, dozens of indigenous and Venezuelan migrant children in Colombia’s northern desert region are learning at home while the coronavirus pandemic keeps schools shut.
Singapore, Helsinki and Zurich are the world’s smartest cities, according to an index published on Sept 17 amid a growing debate on the future of urban design for a post-Covid era.
Formula One found the quickest route to an argument on Aug 18 by publishing a list of fastest drivers, produced by an algorithm.
Police in the United States discovered a limbless body with head removed next to an electric saw, believed to be the remains of tech entrepeneur Fahim Saleh, according to New York Daily News.
As more governments turn to tracing apps in the fight against the coronavirus, a deep-rooted tension between the need for public health information and privacy rights has been thrust into the spotlight.
It is not a bird, a plane or Superman: the aircraft humming in the skies above Colombia's capital Bogota are instead police drones that are meant to detect people with high temperatures or those violating the country's coronavirus quarantine.
Colombia’s commerce regulator said on May 12 it would look into whether Chinese-owned social media app TikTok complies with laws on the collection and treatment of children’s and adolescents’ personal data.