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Jordan on April 5 started to deploy drones to fight the coronavirus pandemic,
Cindy Holland, vice-president for original content at Netflix, kicked off the INTV Conference on March 11 where she was playfully quizzed by Keshet CEO Avi Nir about ratings, statistics and strategy.
Facebook Inc's WhatsApp messaging platform on July 10 published advertisements in key Indian newspapers to tackle the spread of misinformation, its first such effort to combat a flurry of fake messages that prompted mob lynchings.
The free, mobile version of hugely popular last-person-standing game PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is inching towards international availability after being made available in Canada following its Chinese launch in February.
Among the billboards for jewellers, stylish sedans and vacation destinations plastered across this commercial hub, two new American imports now beckon India's aspirational class.
An unlikely royal intervention into Britain's European referendum debate was among the April Fools' stories foxing the world's newspaper readers on April 1 – but for US internet giant Google, the joke was on them.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd has agreed on a US$266mil (RM1.14bil) deal to acquire the South China Morning Post and other media assets of SCMP Group Ltd, a deal that has raised a question over the outlook for its editorial independence.
Australian researchers unveiled on Tuesday a Twitter tool to map moods around the world in real-time to help improve the allocation of mental health services.
Online video streaming service Netflix has refused to turn over subscriber data to the Canada's broadcast regulator, a spokesman for the agency told AFP Tuesday.
"Twerking", "hashtag" and "facetime" are among 6,500 brash new entries in the Scrabble "Bible" that reflect the Internet age but have left traditionalists squirming.