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Scientists believe they have found a way for city dwellers to let in fresh air while reducing the urban cacophony – and it is a bit like popping massive, noise-cancelling headphones onto your flat.
Managers at electric carmaker Tesla Inc on Sept 10 demonstrated new supercharger equipment on a Berlin research campus, saying they were looking at more target cities to attract potential buyers worried about access to charging.
While mobile carriers claim they cover close to the entire country, users in Germany often report little or no signal inside buildings or outside large towns.
The future of China’s largest artificial intelligence company was thrown into question last year when it was blacklisted by the Trump administration. Today, SenseTime is thriving with growing demand for its facial recognition software.
Offering sunny beaches, cheap living and low infection rates, countries are competing for a new generation of remote workers in a bid to ride out the pandemic and make up for lost visitors.
An industry that seemed existentially threatened at the start of the pandemic is showing signs of life.
Residents in South-East Asia’s bustling cities who face the dilemma of leaving windows open for fresh air but enduring traffic sounds, could find quiet with new noise-cancelling technology developed by researchers in Singapore.
Efforts by the United Arab Emirates to fight the coronavirus have renewed questions about mass surveillance in this US-allied federation of seven sheikhdoms.
Volunteer group MACO wants your old computers so they can be refurbished and loaned to students who need them for online classes during RMCO.
ON July 1,2016, Bangladesh was thrown into a state of lockdown following a terrorist attack at the Holey Artisan restaurant in Dhaka. On April 21,2019, on Easter Sunday, Colombo city was rocked by bomb attacks in three prominent hotels and three churches, which led to a national emergency lockdown.