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Growing up, Naseem Badar heard stories from her parents, uncles and aunts of how they fled for their lives from their village in northern India amidst bloody riots during the Partition and made their way to the newly created country of Pakistan.
As the US insurance industry increasingly relies on artificial intelligence, its state-based regulators are thinking about how to ensure that the technology treats policyholders fairly.
The finding is based on an online poll that the Communications and Multimedia Consumer Forum of Malaysia (CFM) conducted back in July to gather feedback from users about their Internet connectivity plan.
Zimbabwe's app aims to make the search for land easier and cheaper by letting farmers use their smartphones to find out everything they need to know about vacant plots around the country.
Apple’s App Store is a boon to users, a marvel of software innovation and an exemplar of cutthroat competitiveness. Is it also a standing violation of antitrust law?
Failure to comply with the instructions in the letter may result in action taken under Section 242 of the Communications and Multimedia Act 1988.
For many of us, the camera is the most important factor when buying a new smartphone. And yet with brands offering more and more lenses and software features, picking your next phone based on the camera is harder than ever.
Videoconference meetings have become the norm with everyone working from home, though it's not uncommon for participants to become fatigued with such communication methods. One expert explains why that is and shares ways to make virtual chats far less draining.
Last week, Bethesda and its parent company, ZeniMax Media Inc, agreed to be acquired by Microsoft Corp for US$7.5bil (RM31.28bil) in cash. The deal gives Microsoft new game titles as it prepares to launch the next generation of Xbox consoles. It gives, Altman, 73, and Bethesda’s founder, computer-science professor Christopher Weaver, 69, a huge payday.
Alphabet’s Google plans to pay US$1bil (RM4.17bil) to publishers globally for their content over the next three years, its CEO said on Oct 1, a move that could help it win over a powerful group amid heightened regulatory scrutiny worldwide.