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Four decades after R2-D2 delivered a vital message from Princess Leia in the hit movie 'Star Wars', a French supermarket group plans to use robots inspired by the drum-shaped droid to transport food to customers in Paris.
What changes will you be seeing after last week's round of social media platform updates? New ways to express yourself on LinkedIn, limited Twitter daily follows, and improved performance on Snapchat's Android app.
Nearly 100 academics worldwide have expressed concern over Singapore’s proposed law against “fake news”, warning it could threaten academic freedom and hurt the city-state’s ambition to become a global education hub.
An Indian court's call for a ban on the popular video app TikTok will hurt free speech rights, China's Bytedance Technology Co has said in a request for the Supreme Court to quash the directive.
Technology has the power to unlock learning for kids of all ages and stages. And sometimes exploring and learning on a device first is less intimidating than trying out new skills with real people.
One of the issues that some individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) face is that they are unable to communicate their wants, needs, and thoughts verbally.
In recent years, the availability of assistive tech and devices has given individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder who are non-verbal more communication tools. But it's not a magical panacea.
“It’s not because you don’t have the means that you don’t dream,” says Guy-Serge Namane, a director at the second Bushman Film Festival, a cornucopia of global smartphone cinema.