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Limiting screen time for your kid? It’s harder than it looks

It is Saturday morning, and 10-year-old Henry Hailey is up at the crack of dawn. Still in his pyjamas, his microphone-equipped headphones glowing blue in the dim basement, he fixates on the popular online game Fortnite on a large screen.

As Facebook faces fire, heat turns up on No. 2 Sandberg

For the past decade, Sheryl Sandberg has been the poised, reliable second-in-command to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, helping steer Facebook’s rapid growth around the world, while also cultivating her brand in ways that hint at aspirations well beyond the social network.

Blinded in war, former Syrian fighter guides others with app

Years after losing his eyesight in battle, former Syrian rebel fighter Ahmad Talha hunches over his mobile phone in a bare classroom, listening to the robotic voice he helped translate.

Buying glasses online? Prices are low, but optometrists are wary

One pair of glasses was crushed. A second pair lost their shape and kept slipping off his nose.

Key to a happy HK family could be a mobile messaging group on WhatsApp or WeChat

University of Hong Kong study finds families using group messaging on mobile platforms were happier, but researchers warn of the importance of getting the elderly on board.

Washington embraces cash-free living – but at what cost?

As the US capital traded stifling summer heat for cool autumn breezes, signs began appearing at bus stops, asking Washington commuters: what do you think about buses going cash-free?

A changing New York neighbourhood wonders how Amazon would fit

It was the lunch-hour rush at the Court Square Diner in New York's Long Island City on Wednesday, and co-owner Nick Kanellos pointed to the elevated subway tracks that rattle overhead as he fretted over the news that Amazon may build a major outpost in the neighbourhood.

Facebook’s Cameroon problem: stop online hate stoking conflict

A video link posted on Facebook on June 20 showed a man cooking human body parts in a pot over a wood fire.

A tech billionaire and the case of the bumbling blackmailers

The Indian state of Uttar Pradesh has a reputation as a rough place, with one of the highest levels of crime in the country. In May, a dozen local politicians received WhatsApp messages that threatened harm to their families unless they paid US$14,000 (RM58,562).

Somalia summit talks tech and apps, not guns and bombs

Tech entrepreneurs in Somalia are holding a first ever summit in battle-scarred Mogadishu, attracting hundreds to talk about business and innovation in a city more used to conflict and suffering.