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Engineers, computer programmers and children tinker with self-made radio-controlled toy cars and robotic arms in China’s southern city of Shenzhen, home to “makers” who belie the country’s reputation as a hub for technology copycats.
Google Malaysia shows that it is never too late to embrace technology.
MINSK: Sergei Galtsev, a Soviet army captain at the time, lost his right arm in an explosion on a military firing range when his son, Oleg, was four years old.
One of the very first games CHEE YIH YANG ever heard of, was a certain miniatures-driven boardgame named Space Hulk. He’d only glimpsed its awesomeness in a magazine called White Dwarf, back in the late 1980s. This week, he explores the “beginnings” of the non-miniature universe of that very cool universe known as Warhammer 40K.
How do you teach tech-savvy kids to safely navigate the digital world? In Germany, you bring in the teenagers.
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Christmas is over, but the holiday spirit is still alive and well in a variety of videogames. Here’s how some of them are celebrating the season.
Building drones could spark an interest in STEM subjects, and lead to a high-flying career.
At a Catcher Technology Co manufacturing complex in the Chinese industrial city of Suqian, about six hours’ drive from Shanghai, workers stand for up to 10 hours a day in hot workshops slicing and blasting iPhone casings for Apple Inc, handling noxious chemicals sometimes without proper gloves or masks.