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Chinese tech giant Tencent is creating a "smart city" that utilises technology to put people and the environment first.
When human contact needs to be kept to a minimum, robots can save lives and factories. But when the coronavirus crisis is over, will they amplify job losses?
Australia's prime minister said on June 19 that his country was under a broad cyberattack from a "state-based actor" targeting government, public services and businesses.
Will Hayes has grown accustomed to an awkward start to business meetings. On numerous occasions, venture capitalists would confuse Hayes, the head of software company Lucidworks Inc, with another man on his executive team. The investor would introduce himself, extend a handshake to the other guy and say, “Good to meet you, Will.” It’s strange because they don’t look alike. Also, Hayes is Black, and his deputy is white.
From Latin dance at home to truncated language lessons, complaints about extracurricular courses more than double in first five months of year. Some parents found themselves suddenly required to sit with their kindergarten children for the entirety of online sessions.
The electronics sector that fires Asia’s trade engines could be headed for a pretty good year.
Social commerce taking larger share of China’s online retail sales as coronavirus pandemic accelerates ‘shoppertainment’
Retail social commerce sales in China will reach US$242.41bil this year and the number of social buyers is expected to be 357 million, according to eMarketer. During a livestream on Thursday Ding Lei, founder and CEO of Chinese gaming giant NetEase, generated 72mil yuan (US$10.2mil) in sales of lifestyle products.
World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee said on June 11 the Covid-19 pandemic demonstrates "the gross inequality” of a world where almost half the population is unable to connect to the Internet.
The API might not be magical, but the things it can accomplish do seem to border on wizardry at times.
Industry studies have concluded that 5G can reduce the high cost of on-board equipment by shifting some computing power off vehicle. While the optimistic outlook sees large-scale adoption of autonomous cars by 2030, there is still no consensus on what the implementation will look like.