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Indian mobile operators are losing around RM1.4mil in revenue every hour they are forced to suspend Internet services on government orders to control protests against a new citizenship law.
Since the Indian Parliament approved the Citizenship Amendment Bill on Dec 11, hundreds of thousands of Indians are protesting against the controversial amendment.
Young people, particularly women, have been at the forefront of the ongoing wave of protests over the new law in India.
In remote Indian Kashmir people have been offline since August, queuing for hours to pay bills or using government 'Internet kiosks'.
As protests rage across Indian universities against a new citizenship law, students have taken to social media to wage battle online and teach people how to organise demonstrations.
Aaron Sorkin, who won a screenwriting Oscar for The Social Network, a fictionalised retelling of the early rise of Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook, has weighed in on the debate over the social giant's policy to accept all political advertising regardless of whether it's factual or not
Anthony Levandowski, who has hit the kind of paydays that give Silicon Valley its reputation for jackpot wealth and excess, is figuring out how to pay the lawyers he’s leaning on to keep him out of prison.
There isn’t a day that goes by without us hearing or reading about how the government is ramping up efforts to introduce 5G.
GSMA head of Asia Pacific Julian Gorman believes that Malaysia is showing promising signs in terms of accelerating 5G deployment.
A US federal judge has rejected a government recommendation that he impose a US$10mil (RM41.93mil) bail bond on a former Google engineer who is accused of stealing self-driving car technology before joining Uber's effort to build robotic taxis.