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While coronavirus fears curtail much of China's bustle, traders are getting back to business at the world's largest electronics market, buying and selling from bags and suitcases on the streets outside their shut premises.
When dating apps and websites fail, Silicon Valley ‘tech elites’ turn to an old-school resource to find love – human matchmakers
Most Silicon Valley outsourcing is done out in the open. But there's one service hardly anyone will admit they're paying for, even as it empties their pockets, shapes the way they dress and perhaps even who they marry: high-end matchmaking.
Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare is to launch a Battle Royale mode called Warzone, with early leaks suggesting it will support up to 200 players.
Thieves in Japan have made off with some 6,000 surgical masks from a hospital, with the country facing a mass shortage and a huge price hike online due to the coronavirus.
For the second time in as many years, Apple Inc has had to temper its sales outlook because of unexpected shifts in China, the country that’s served as the engine of its growth and success.
School is out and your kids hop on the couch and settle in for an epic Fortnite battle on Xbox with their cyber friends. But do you really know who they're playing with or who they're giving their names and pictures to?
Alarming data from the US Crimes Against Children Research Center may make parents stand up and take notice.
San Francisco and New York have created thousands of lucrative jobs in technology, but despite efforts to increase diversity in the industry, women are still being left behind.
Coronavirus: Chinese find ways to help, from free haircuts for police to an open-air virtual classroom
With all the salons still closed in his county, one hairstylist in southwest China is offering his services for those in need of a trim. And a teacher trapped in her parents’ remote village is delivering lessons online after she rigged up her own signal booster.
With the coronavirus outbreak in China continuing to spread, McDonald's Corp, Starbucks Corp and other fast-food companies are ramping up "contactless" pickup and delivery services to keep their workers and customers safe, the companies said.