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On the final green of the tournament, Ha Ki-won carefully took his stance and addressed the ball. A gentle strike, and it rolled forward.
Hackers are targeting Premier League football clubs as they look for ways to cash in on cyberattacks against Britain’s multibillion-pound sports sector, according to a UK intelligence agency.
US president Donald Trump’s amplification of online fake news helped drive UK lawmakers’ urgent recommendation for social media regulation, according to a report published July 21.
Mike Seavers, chief technology officer of the company behind the League Of Legends video-game blockbuster, is leaving to become chief executive officer of a game-development startup.
Thanks to a collaboration between M.A.C. Cosmetics and Maxis, the Electronic Arts Inc studio responsible for the development of Sims 4, it will now be possible to create an infinite range of beauty looks to make your Sims more glamorous than ever before.
To track the health of basketball teams stationed in the NBA Bubble, The Athletic reports that each player will have the option of wearing a high-tech ring that can track their probability of having contracted Covid-19.
Hong Kong, already grappling with tightened policing to rein in widespread protests that followed last year's proposed extradition bill, is now bracing for the prospect of stricter digital controls.
The Covid-19 era has led to an explosion of innovation and rapid growth for dozens of smaller technology companies.
Fitness trackers aren’t that complicated: they count your steps, measure your pulse rate and record how long you’ve spent exercising. If they’re sports watches or smartwatches with GPS aboard they can also track your location.
Scalpers make a killing as new safety law leaves China’s 300 million eScooter riders 200 million helmets short
The country is facing a shortfall of 200 million cheap helmets as a new law requires eScooter riders to don protective headgear. Most companies making low-priced helmets have a daily capacity of under 2,000 units, and it will be some time before they can meet the nationwide surge in demand.