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The upcoming release of a ninth generation of games consoles by Sony and Microsoft is set to be a sales slam dunk with consumers seeking entertainment during pandemic confinement, but could it also be their swan song as the habits of gamers change?
Well-developed digital infrastructure has helped the Nordic economies weather the pandemic better than most of Europe.
Bringing shopping malls online could be the answer to a problem that’s gnawed at e-commerce for years, namely how to slash delivery costs for the “last mile” before a product reaches its buyer, according to the chief executive of Citycon Oyj.
Real estate agent Kilby Stenkamp sees moving vans on San Francisco streets where she used to see building cranes and tech company hipsters.
TikTok’s parent company ByteDance has chosen Oracle over Microsoft as a new American technology partner to help keep the popular video-sharing app operating in the United States
A work-from-home trend kicked into overdrive by the pandemic is disrupting a city long a mecca for tech talent.
Instagram's recipe of beauty, success and advertising has served it well for years, but more and more influencers are becoming reluctant to take cash to post about any and all products.
Microsoft will on Sept 15 launch its Xbox cloud gaming service priced at US$1 (RM4) for new users' first month, in a major drive to attract casual gamers with the promise of cutting ties to the living room and as competition with Sony heats up.
Facebook Inc will soon let college students create special profiles specifically for connecting with classmates and joining campus events and groups – a return of sorts to the company’s early days when Facebook was exclusive to college students after chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg founded the social network in his Harvard dorm.
TikTok, the app with an uncertain future owned by China’s ByteDance Ltd, has been building a vocal contingent of young supporters in the United States.