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The upcoming release of a ninth generation of games consoles by Sony and Microsoft is set to be a sales slam dunk with consumers seeking entertainment during pandemic confinement, but could it also be their swan song as the habits of gamers change?
Not all that long ago, managing your home network’s security didn’t involve much more than installing an antivirus program on your PC. If only it were still so simple.
Some pupils have to share their parents’ mobile phones with their siblings to take online classes, Alliance for Children Development Rights finds. About 18% of the parents say they do not have WiFi at home.
According to the most recent report by the Global E-waste Monitor, which was drafted in partnership with the United Nations University, the average European generates 16.2 kilogrammes of e-waste (discarded electronics and electrical items) per year.
Telehealth is a bit of American ingenuity that seems to have paid off in the coronavirus pandemic. Medicare temporarily waived restrictions predating the smartphone era and now there’s a push to make telemedicine widely available in the future.
As so-called contactless payments rise in popularity during the pandemic, a Pasadena company called PopID is rolling out the United States' first payment system based on facial recognition at a smattering of restaurants near its headquarters, including mom-and-pop operations such as Daddy's Chicken Shack and regional chains such as Lemonade.
Apple on Aug 19 became the first US company to reach US$2 trillion (RM8.35 trillion) in market value in the latest demonstration of how tech giants have benefitted from the upheaval of the coronavirus.
Apple Inc spent years building China into a US$44bil (RM184.25bil) growth driver. Then the US president last week cast all that in doubt.
A Texas court has ordered Apple to pay more than US$500mil (RM2.1bil) in damages and interest for 4G patent infringements held by intellectual property company PanOptis.
Alphabet Inc’s Google’s Android phones on Aug 11 started detecting earthquakes around the world to provide data that could eventually give billions of users precious seconds of warning of a tremor nearby, with an alerting feature first rolling out in California.