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Humans discarded more than 50 million tonnes of electronic waste last year – an increase of 20% in just five years – making tech refuse the world’s fastest growing waste problem, the United Nations said on July 2.
Electronic Arts is bringing more games to PC platform Steam.
EA has officially released the trailer for Star Wars: Squadrons, a new video game set in a galaxy far, far away. The company announced the title and dropped the official trailer date on June 12, just hours after the upcoming video game was briefly leaked on the Xbox website.
Watching Ghost In The Shell: SAC_2045 reminded me that a good sci-fi story has to be more than just sexy cyborgs and giant robot spider tanks shooting at each other.
When giant cruise ships set sail again, with up to some 8,880 passengers and crew on board, they’ll be on the cutting edge of post-pandemic technology. They’ll have to be.
Many business owners are changing the way they make money as they attempt to recoup revenue lost to the coronavirus outbreak.
As a kid in South Korea, Brian Kim grew up with the opposite of social distancing: Coming from a humble background, he had to share a room with seven family members. Those days are gone, and measures keeping people apart are now helping his fortune.
The Indian civil aviation ministry's website crashed on Wednesday as panicked citizens abroad rushed to register for a mass repatriation of almost 15,000 nationals from 12 countries on planes and naval ships.
SAS Institute has recorded a profit every year since it was founded in 1976. The coronavirus will probably end that streak, but the software company’s billionaire owner said he isn’t too concerned.