You have searched for "parent"
Showing 41-50 of 10000
TOKYO: Softbank Group Corp told shareholders of WeWork that it could withdraw from an agreement to buy US$3bil of stock in the embattled co-working business, casting doubt on a deal that had been set to close in about two weeks.
MONTREAL: The global airline industry needs government aid and bailout measures totalling between US$150bil and US$200bil if it’s to survive the coronavirus crisis, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
Covid-19: Chinese tech firms offer access to information seen crucial in fight against global spread of coronavirus
Clinical experience from frontline medical workers will be shared with global medical institutions in the form of a digital handbook. Tech giants are also providing free online consultations for Chinese living overseas.
TikTok operator ByteDance Inc is unusual among China’s Internet giants for the popularity it has enjoyed in the US, but others are already following in its footsteps, led by a short-video-sharing app called Likee
Parents no longer have to worry only about whether their children are seeking out violent or harmful content on the Internet. Increasingly, the inappropriate content is finding the children, through features like auto-play videos and push alerts that coax users to spend more time glued to the screen.
KUALA LUMPUR: Genting Malaysia Bhd looks to be the biggest loser among gaming sector stocks as the movement restriction order shuts down all gaming facilities for 14 days.
Officials have compiled a list of more than 2,000 new technologies ranging from automatic temperature detection to diagnosis and hospital information systems.
China will continue to assert ‘prolific dominance’ in multiple areas this year, according to the Future Today Institute’s 2020 Tech Trends Report. Despite slowing growth in China’s economy, ‘it would be a mistake’ to assume the country has lost its influence, the report says.
Alphabet Inc began disclosing revenue for its YouTube video service this year after US securities regulators asked the Google parent to give more "quantitative and qualitative" data on the business, according to filings released March 16.