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Samsung's elusive folding smartphone could finally see the light of day in summer 2017 in a handful of trial markets.
Sometimes you need a bunch of Davids to take on Goliath. In South Korea, where family-run conglomerates such as Samsung dominate just about every aspect of life, one startup thinks it’s found just such a formula to break their hold.
The British-based Bloodhound project has secured new funding and is looking to go supersonic next October.
Upwardly-mobile, tech-savvy young professionals across the globe are swapping their briefcases and brogues for backpacks and sneakers, setting themselves up as digital nomads who can operate from wherever their laptops can go.
In The Sinking City, Charles W Reed is a private investigator who often gets his feet wet – because the fictional 1920s city he investigates is semi-submerged.
Plans by the Indian government to assign digital identification numbers to plots of land could exclude rural and indigenous people who do not hold titles, and further marginalise those without Internet access, experts said.
A government plan to map residential areas in rural India and issue title deeds could benefit hundreds of millions of people, but exclude lower-caste communities and those traditionally denied land, human rights experts said on April 27.
A push to digitise land records in India to establish ownership and minimise conflicts has raised concerns over privacy for poorer communities and could make them more vulnerable to evictions, legal and technology experts said on March 9.