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Iran’s millions-strong legion of gamers revel in online worlds, but they have to fight daily real-life obstacles imposed by US sanctions in their quest to level up and keep playing.
RM140,000 in prizes to be won in the gaming series with final in March.
Consumers around the world boosted spending on electronics last year as the pandemic sparked higher sales of computers, tablets and games consoles, a research report showed on Feb 3.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Europe needs to stump up cash to boost its chip industry, a board member of the continent's largest carmaker Volkswagen said, pointing to a global semiconductor shortage that has highlighted dependence on foreign players.
One day before he was named the next chief executive officer of Amazon.com Inc, Andy Jassy reaffirmed his commitment to making video games while acknowledging the stark challenges the team has faced, according to an email to staff reviewed by Bloomberg.
With millions forced to work and learn from home, Covid-19 has laid bare the digital divide across the country, with technological inequality disproportionately affecting poor and minority communities.
For a company that dominates countless areas of retail, consumer electronics and enterprise computing, the multiple failures in gaming show one realm that may be impervious to Amazon.com Inc’s distinctive business philosophy. It tried to make games the Amazon way, instead of simply making games people would want to play.
Techies flock to Silicon Valley for jobs, weather, great food, art and nightlife, but for some one thing is missing: a home they can afford.
The Cerdik initiative, which aims to equip students with laptops, tablets and Internet access for e-learning, would start rolling out this February.
The government of Africa’s most populous country has ordered telecom operators to block the SIM cards of anyone who fails to register for a National Identity Number (NIN) by Feb 9.