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Cancel, delay or go ahead: the organisers of industry events are faced with a difficult choice as international gatherings of thousands or even of tens of thousands of people pose a risk of spreading the COVID-19 virus.
In South Africa's Cape Town, an aerial photograph shows vast villas interspersed with lush greenery, blue swimming pools and the odd tennis court, while on the other side of the road, hundreds of tin-roof shacks tell a different story.
Advanced Micro Devices Inc said its new laptop processors will eclipse the performance of offerings from rival Intel Corp.
Abundance of talent, capital and stable infrastructure means city can continue to entice newly established international businesses.
Self-help groups for Hong Kong protesters sprout over Telegram app, offering jobs, homes, medical treatment and more
‘Find a good boss’ Telegram channel helps out-of-work protesters get new jobs. Individuals tap networks of contacts to serve varied needs in ongoing unrest.
Catching Pokemon is a good way of meeting people and getting to know Badalona, Spain better.
Apple Inc's new iPhones will use recycled rare earth elements in a key component, the company said.
Data can be a liability as well as an asset. It’s great for ad targeting or fraud detection; it’s problematic when the possessor is expected to police it.
When David Herrmann co-founded a private Facebook group last March for advertisers on the social network, he thought it might provide a place for people to share thoughts on the industry and discuss best practices.