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Microsoft Corp began taking orders for its dual-screen Surface device in the US on Aug 12, an attempt to re-enter the mobile handset market with a product that blends the features of a tablet with those of a phone.
Whether it's handbags, watches or T-shirts, if you're shopping online, it can be tricky to figure out whether you're buying products that are real name-brand items, or rip-offs.
Ventilation is perhaps the most underappreciated challenge of reopening during the Covid-19 pandemic. As people increasingly return to indoor spaces such as office buildings, airports, schools and restaurants, they’ll need plenty of outside air, so they won’t walk into a cloud of coronavirus spray. But how can they trust building managers to ensure it’s safe to breathe?
Chinese AR startup Rokid eyes industrial applications after success with temperature-reading smart glasses
Shipments of Rokid Glass 1 soared between April and June, giving the company one of its biggest commercial successes since its foundation in 2014. In China, the AR and VR market is forecast to grow 66% year on year to US$4.09bil in 2020, according to IDC.
A Black girl overheard classmates say her suburban school was becoming “ghetto” because more students who look like her had enrolled. Asian students were mocked in the cafeteria for their ethnic meals and the shape of their eyes.
In India, a country where the gaps in access to education and the Internet were already vast, poor families are struggling to stay the course.
This year is likely to be remembered for the Covid-19 pandemic and for a significant presidential election, but there is a new contender for the most spectacularly newsworthy happening of 2020: the unveiling of GPT-3.
Facebook has started adding informational labels to all posts about voting by federal elected officials and candidates in the US, as it said it would do. But the move appears to be sowing confusion rather than dispelling it.
Browse through Arabic-language social media pages and you could walk away thinking Covid-19 is an American hoax, isn’t deadly and can be swiftly cured with a garlic clove.
Type a query into the Google search bar on a smartphone and there's a good chance the results will be dominated by advertising.