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On Oct 12 the number of concurrent players on Party Animals was more than twice the number playing Fall Guys. Niko Partners estimates there are about 720 million game players in China.
Wondering what to do online during CMCO? Here are five possible things.
In South Korea, some of the world’s biggest food delivery firms are scrambling to surf an estimated $4 billion wave of new orders, contracting thousands of new riders in a boom triggered by the scourge of the global economy - the coronavirus pandemic.
A much-hyped network upgrade called “5G” means different things to different people.
WeChat has reportedly begun testing livestreaming on its short video feature Channels with a select group of content creators. Tencent’s do-everything app has a huge user base in China, but it is a relatively late entrant to short video and livestreaming e-commerce.
Heung Yee Kuk, the HK government-recognised panel of rural representatives, prepares a ‘smart countryside’ report to improve the living conditions of villagers. Among its proposals are smart traffic lights to avoid congestion and reduce accidents, a hill fire detection and monitoring system, and online doctor consultation.
In light of the global pandemic, eSports have gone back to their online roots, enabling teams to keep playing tournaments while still growing a fanbase, though some think it lacks some of the charms of offline play.
A surge in child trafficking misinformation pushed by QAnon conspiracy theorists is stirring public panic, generating violence and interfering with official efforts to protect minors, experts warn.
In Jordan, Sandvine Inc’s equipment was used to censor an LGBTQ website. Egypt’s government relied on Sandvine equipment to block access to independent news sites. In Azerbaijan, it was deployed for a social media blackout, current and former employees say.
From crashing supermarket tills to messing with radiation readouts, Ukraine is hoping to tackle an ever-growing list of cyber attacks with a new law that rights experts warn could give authorities excessive powers to pry into the lives of citizens.