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Nothing kills work-from-home motivation like slow Internet. It’s an issue some are facing for the first time as the Covid-19 pandemic sent them out of the office and into remote workspaces at home.
Just before their first term in junior high or secondary school is the moment parents often choose to buy children their first smartphone.
Social apps and mobile phones let people stay connected by video or text at all hours of the day. And yet in the information age, loneliness only seems to have gotten worse; somehow, simply facilitating human contact isn’t enough to make people build solid relationships.
Polish gaming studio CD Projekt SA soared to a record on plans to release a Pokemon-style augmented-reality game for mobile phones based on the Witcher medieval fantasy series.
Volkswagen AG plans to roll out its first fleet of self-driving test cars in Hefei, an eastern Chinese city that’s emerging as a hot spot for the nation’s electric vehicle ambitions.
Taking pictures is child's play. But if your child is showing signs of a passion for photography, a camera designed for kids might not be your best option, experts say.
Smartphones, key fobs and PIN pads are becoming increasingly common ways to open your front door – even when you're not standing in front of it.
Enthusiasts passionate about smartphone photography reveal what it takes to capture photos worth remembering.
At a factory south of Japan’s Toyota City, robots have started sharing the work of quality-control inspectors, as the pandemic accelerates a shift from Toyota’s vaunted “go and see” system which helped revolutionise mass production in the 20th century.
Apple Inc has asked suppliers to build at least 75 million 5G iPhones for later this year, roughly in line with last year’s launch, in a sign that demand for the company’s most important product is holding up in the midst of the global pandemic and recession.