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‘Seek medical attention,’ her Apple Watch said. Good thing she did.

Deanna Recktenwald remembers feeling slightly out of breath. But she chalked it up to being out of shape.


Facebook’s Sandberg outlines impact from user-privacy lapse

Facebook Inc chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg outlined the ways she’s responding to a data-privacy crisis, saying for the first time that some advertisers have curtailed spending and acknowledging her team has a long way to go to reassure wary customers.


Google has a diversity problem and a lawsuit problem (opinion)

On the face of it, the idea that Google is discriminating against white men is laugh-out-loud funny.


This remote Chinese school has just three students, but with live streaming technology, they share a classroom with hundreds

Chinese government funding technology initiatives aimed at narrowing the gap between the quality of education in rural and urban areas.


Computer shops embrace lucrative business: outfitting cryptocurrency miners

Some of the biggest electronics bazaars in Asia are being flooded with customers looking for the latest piece of technology: cryptocurrency mining rigs.


Apple just made US$88bil. It’s paying US$6mil for housing

When Steve Jobs unveiled plans for Apple's new Cupertino campus seven years ago, he touted its curved glass and futuristic "spaceship" look – and how 12,000 employees could finally occupy a single building. Missing from his presentation was where those employees would live.


Chipmakers need to start serving their robot overlords: Opinion

It's starting to look like smartphones are no longer the ever-reliable driver of global semiconductor demand.


A time for small firms to take tech’s stage

On any given day during the year, tech news is typically dominated by the Apples, Amazons, Facebooks and Googles of the world.


Wearables get smaller and smarter

First there were fitness wearables. Then the focus turned to fashionable wearables. The latest evolution, seen throughout this week's CES in Las Vegas: more functional, futuristic – and sometimes far-fetched – wearables.


Sony is planning a whole range of robots after its aibo dog

The verdict is still out on Sony Corp’s new pet dog 'aibo,’ but that’s not stopping the company from planning a deeper push into robotics.