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Perhaps the biggest development in recent years has been the trend of companies giving away top-notch games that previously might have sold for US$60 (RM248), and then persuading players to spend big bucks on upgrades to enhance their enjoyment or provide a competitive edge.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has empowered a small staff at the US State Department to use Iranian social media to help craft US public diplomacy with Iranians.
I use Wikipedia a lot, and now and then they ask me for money. I have given them money, and that prompted a recent e-mail that asked for something a bit startling. They want me to put them in my will. The e-mail even included a link to a site where you could write your will online.
Skylar Armstrong, a 17-year-old high schooler from North Philadelphia, has been fielding a lot of attention from US police lately.
Do you remember playing Manhole on a Game & Watch? We invite you on a little gadget reverie.
The weeks-long closure of schools over virus fears across China and Hong Kong is testing kids – and their parents.
“If you don’t pay me US$10,000 (RM41,755), I’m going to cut up your son and make you listen to him scream.”
Originally created by a robot scientist and a neurosurgeon to help India's poor, a toaster-sized ventilator is offering hope in the country's fight against the coronavirus pandemic and demand is booming.
Despite having no ice on which to perform, more than 40 figure skaters from nine countries will take part in a fundraiser Friday to help healthcare workers on the front lines battling the new coronavirus.
From extravagant trips to the Amalfi Coast and sunset photoshoots on Dubai's beaches to an almost complete lockdown – the coronavirus has forced the Gulf's social media "influencers" indoors but hasn't lowered their glamour factor.