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THE Honor MagicWatch 2 is the latest range of smartwatch that seeks to immediately impress, especially at its price range and specifications.
New research has found that those who suffer from headaches appear to be more likely to take pain medication if they also use a smartphone.
Hong Kong researchers join US tech startup to remotely monitor Covid-19 patients and quarantine cases in world’s first trial of its kind
Researchers at HKU join US tech startup to conduct a trial to remotely monitor Covid-19 patients and others in quarantine centres. Joint effort aims to engage a majority of confirmed Covid-19 patients and other increasingly larger group under quarantine orders.
Google’s massive travel advertising business could be hurt because the coronavirus outbreak is disrupting travel plans.
The lack of tech knowledge should not stop women from pursuing a career in cybersecurity, according to the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), the organisation tasked with pushing forward Malaysia’s digital economy.
Majority of respondents to questionnaire say they had no idea they were being photographed or filmed. Victims have little success in seeing their perpetrators prosecuted due to lack of laws.
Therapists, counselling hotlines and online wellness groups in China are struggling to cope with surging demand for emotional help as the coronavirus outbreak upends normal life.
US college seniors began making tearful goodbyes, not knowing if they'd return to see friends on campus. Some were heading to homes without Internet, leaving them to wonder if they could keep up with online classes. And some worried about finding a way to afford a flight on only a few days' notice.
When the novel coronavirus started spreading across Asia in January, forcing the world’s largest work-from-home experiment, not many knew what to expect, least of all Bloomberg’s 400-plus journalists in the region. Six weeks later (and counting), only now are some starting to return to the office.
US startup companies focused on transportation technology could be among the casualties of Covid-19, according to venture investors who say new funding and investment exits are drying up as the economic outlook darkens.