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France's much-heralded new phone app for tracking coronavirus cases has only alerted 14 people that they were at risk of infection since its launch three weeks ago, the digital affairs minister said June 23.
Japan's Fugaku supercomputer, built with government backing and used in the fight against coronavirus, is now ranked as the world's fastest, its developers announced June 22.
Nintendo Co is retreating from the US$77bil (RM329.40bil) mobile gaming arena after disappointing results deflated once-lofty ambitions, ending a multiyear effort just as the market goes through an unprecedented Covid-era boom.
Apple Inc will walk into its annual development conference facing one of the biggest backlashes from its giant community of creators since the App Store started almost 12 years ago.
Three months after the World Health Organisation recommended singing “Happy Birthday” twice during hand washing to fight the coronavirus, Japan's Fujitsu Ltd has developed an artificial intelligence monitor it says will ensure healthcare, hotel and food industry workers scrub properly.
Canada is partnering with Shopify Inc volunteers and BlackBerry Ltd on a contact tracing application for Covid-19 as cases in the country breached 100,000.
The global market for video games is forecast to reach US$159.3bil this year, with mobile games making up about half of that. Of all of its gaming moves, ByteDance’s decision to partner with Kaiser has created the most buzz.
Executives from Facebook Inc, Twitter Inc and Google told US lawmakers they are combating disinformation on a range of subjects including the 2020 election and have taken down videos, posts and messages deemed false and a risk to health and safety.
Facebook Inc acquired Swedish mapping technology company Mapillary, which collects images from tens of thousands of contributors to build immersive and up-to-date maps, the companies said.
Facebook has removed a campaign ad by US president Donald Trump and vice-president Mike Pence that featured an upside-down red triangle, a symbol once used by Nazis to designate political prisoners, communists and others in concentration camps.