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Thai hospitals are deploying "ninja robots" to measure fevers and protect the health of overburdened medical workers on the frontlines of the coronavirus outbreak.
A top Singapore official rebuffed Facebook Inc’s criticism of the country’s fake news law as an "allergic reaction” to getting regulated, arguing the spread of misinformation about the coronavirus pandemic reinforces the need to police the Internet.
Airbnb Inc is making adjustments to its refund policy in an attempt to balance the needs of hosts and guests on its home-sharing site amid the global coronavirus outbreak that has severely reduced travel demand.
Authorities in Indian-administered Kashmir restored access to the Internet and social media on March 4, nearly seven months after New Delhi imposed limits when it revoked the semi-autonomous status of the disputed region.
Uber Technologies Inc's ride-hailing business will take a small hit due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, while its food delivery business will likely benefit from the epidemic.
As the coronavirus continues to spread, upending the tech industry and causing tremors in the business sector, consumers and companies alike are wary of flying and booking hotel stays.
Hundreds of Australians paid to watch livestreaming of child sexual abuse from the Philippines, a government crime research agency said in a study released on Feb 19.
According to an international listing established by Farawayfurniture.com, the Cinque Terre is the most Instagrammed village destination in the world.
Malaysians look to upgrade their Internet skills in the wake of Covid-19, while Singapore and a conference fall victim to fears over the spread of the virus.
Since its inception in 2016, the location-based AR mobile game Pokemon Go is estimated to have attracted 603 million gamers globally, according to Statista.