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From the perspective of teens, TikTok is a major new outlet for self-expression, one proudly home to the silly, the loud and the weird.
Tencent teams up with ‘Sars hero’ Zhong Nanshan on AI, big data lab to combat coronavirus and predict outbreaks
The joint lab aims to combat the novel coronavirus and help prevent future epidemics. Tencent is the latest company to team up with top expert Zhong, who is also collaborating with Alibaba Cloud and Foxconn.
In an October post on TikTok, digital magician and video star Zach King walks up to the counter at Chipotle to receive a burrito bowl with chips. After he pays, he jumps and his clothes change in an instant into astronaut gear. Soon, everything in the store is floating in apparent zero gravity.
An Australian boy with dwarfism whose distress from bullying became a viral video will donate hundreds-of-thousands of dollars in donations to charity rather than a trip to Disneyland.
Authorities censor intellectuals who have criticised officials’ handling of the outbreak. Posts calling for freedom of speech after the death of Li Wenliang, the doctor punished for alerting people about the virus, are removed.
As with the Resident Evil 2 remake, release plans for April 2020's Resident Evil 3 remaster include a playable demo.
Before HQ Trivia ran out of money earlier this month and abruptly shut down, the once-promising startup appeared to be on the brink of a dramatic victory. It had an acquisition offer from a media company called Whistle. The deal would have given HQ the cash it desperately needed to keep the lights on.
Hours after Susan Fowler received her company laptop at Uber, a chat message popped up from her boss. He wasn't offering her a friendly welcome to the new engineering team she'd just spent the last couple of weeks training to join, or suggesting the best place to grab a sandwich in the neighbourhood.
Social media users’ claims that bullied Australian boy Quaden Bayles, 9, faked his age have since been debunked
Some social media users have claimed that nine-year-old Quaden Bayles, who received widespread support and encouragement after his mother Yarakka posted a video of him crying for being bullied in school last week, is actually an 18-year-old actor. The claims have since been debunked by multiple news sources.
Devastated after again being targeted at school for his dwarfism, a sobbing Quaden Bayles repeatedly told his mother that he wanted to die.