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China gave tech giant Tencent Holdings the green light on Aug 6 to publish Nintendo Switch Ring Fit Adventure and shooter game Call Of Duty Mobile, strengthening the country’s biggest social media and video games company.
Growing concern over health standards in eSports has prompted a new federation to pledge to address the problem, as players fall victim to conditions ranging from wrist injuries to obesity, stress and diabetes.
Fitbit and other wearable devices typically linked to exercise are being studied as ways to identify people who are potentially infected with COVID-19 before symptoms appear, when they can unknowingly spread the disease.
Drinking alcohol will kill the coronavirus. It is OK to share face masks. Africans cannot get Covid-19. The pandemic is not even real. These are some of the coronavirus myths that a team of 20 Zimbabwean youth have been busting online since the country’s lockdown began in late March.
Online sales may be a saving grace for pandemic-battered retailers with fewer shoppers in their stores. But many retailers, from department store chain Macy's Inc to essential retailer Target Corp, are grappling with higher expenses related to e-commerce.
A new fitness game's unique control system makes us think about the different ways we click, tap, swipe, scroll, press buttons, and twiddle joysticks to interact with software.
Civil rights organisations criticised Facebook Inc following a meeting with the company’s top executives on July 7, claiming the company hasn’t taken seriously demands to better police its service from hate speech and misinformation.
Every week, ETX Studio aims to brighten your day with news of a newly available free offer, which is this week the launch of Jump Rope Challenge for the Nintendo Switch games console.
Amidst the Covid-19 threat, the first phase of implementation for the Malaysian Population and Housing Census 2020 (Census 2020) exercise will be conducted online via the technology-friendly e-Census method, starting tomorrow (July 7) until Sept 30, in line with the country's ongoing pandemic situation.
Google is served with the vast majority of "geofence" search warrants because it stores information from millions of devices in a massive database.