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TOKYO/LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bitcoin dropped on Monday, falling from a record high above $60,000 over the weekend, as investors digested a potential ban from India on cryptocurrencies.
A Hong Kong scientist has developed a method to use machine learning and artificial intelligence to scan retinas of children as young as six to detect early autism or the risk of autism and hopes to develop a commercial product this year.
SAN FRANCISCO/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Qualcomm Inc is struggling to keep up with demand for its processor chips used in smartphones and gadgets, as a chip shortage that first hit the auto industry spreads across the electronics business, industry sources told Reuters.
Bilibili: How a Chinese site dedicated to anime subculture grew up with its Gen Z users to become a mainstream success
The Chinese video streaming site is trying to maintain its unconventional appeal and sense of community, as it embraces a wider audience. Early users say Bilibili is losing its original charm, but some analysts say there are no obvious alternatives.
China denied on March 12 it was planning to hit e-commerce giant Alibaba with a fine of almost US$1bil (RM4.11bil) for allegedly flouting monopoly rules, as authorities put the screws on the firm as part of a crackdown on the technology sector.
Chinese President Xi Jinping raised the issue of video game addiction at the ‘two sessions’ political gathering in Beijing, reigniting debate. Proposed solutions from legislators range from facial recognition and real-name registration to banning celebrity endorsements.
(Reuters) - The Biden administration this week amended licenses for companies to sell to China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd , further restricting companies from supplying items that can be used with 5G devices, sources said.
Hong Kong police bust ‘compensated dating’ syndicate, arrest five over scam that conned 11 men out of HK$2.8mil
Victims were targeted on social media, then told they needed to make deposits before meeting women who would provide companionship or sex. Dubbed operation ‘Topshield’, the crackdown comes after police noticed a 12.7% jump in such cases in 2020.
Mail delivery phishing scammers cheat Hongkongers out of HK$2.2mil as demand for delivery during Covid-19 pandemic surges
Criminals sent victims fake messages or emails purportedly from Hongkong Post asking for credit card details to cover a mailing fee, police say. The information was then used to make online purchases, with one man cheated out of HK$75,000.
SHANGHAI/HONG KONG (Reuters) - Bitcoin mania has fuelled a surge in fundraising by Chinese companies seeking to expand their cryptocurrency operations or move into the red-hot sector.