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Just before their first term in junior high or secondary school is the moment parents often choose to buy children their first smartphone.
Amazon.com Inc has begun making forays into everything from grocery delivery and insurance to drugs in India, setting up a monumental clash with Mukesh Ambani’s hard-charging Jio Platforms.
Formula One found the quickest route to an argument on Aug 18 by publishing a list of fastest drivers, produced by an algorithm.
Zee5, the streaming service set up by India’s biggest private television broadcaster, is starting a short-video platform as firms rush to capture space left vacant by the government’s ban on TikTok.
Studies around the world have, unsurprisingly, pointed to a surge in screen time among young children and adolescents during the pandemic. To reduce the risk of addiction, one digital media coach is calling on parents to draw up a screen-time "contract" with their children.
Rovio Entertainment, maker of the 10-year-old ‘Angry Birds’ mobile game series, on Friday reported a 160% jump in second-quarter adjusted operating profit, helped by increased player engagement amid COVID-19 lockdowns.
The jockeying by Microsoft Corp and possibly other US companies to buy TikTok’s US operations shines a harsh light on how American technology giants are falling behind on innovation in social media and other areas of opportunity.
Israel said on Aug 12 that it foiled a cyberattack targeting its defense industry by a shadowy group that the United States has linked to North Korea.
President Donald Trump’s bans on two popular Chinese social media apps – TikTok and WeChat – are the latest moves in an escalating US-China rift, and point to a future where technology and innovation are increasingly walled behind political barriers.
If Donald Trump wanted to shore up America’s national security with his Thursday night executive orders pinpointing two Chinese apps, he has certainly not achieved much.