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Motorola is relaunching its Razr flip phone with a foldable display and an eye-watering US$1,499 (RM6,233) price tag, and is expected to hit stores early next year.
From tagging photos on Facebook to driving with Google Maps, people should join forces in "data unions" to demand payment for letting online tools collect their data, according to an economist advocating for radical reforms to improve society.
Your mother probably told you never to get in a car with a stranger. The multibillion-dollar global ride-hailing industry depends on your ignoring her. If they want to earn that trust, though, companies need to rethink the tradeoff they’ve long made between safety and cost.
China’s record Singles’ Day offers glimpse of future shopping trends as buyers embrace livestreaming
‘Live streaming is popular as it plays on the long-popular theme of TV shopping, but in a much more interactive and entertaining way,’ analyst says.
'OK boomer' is the new rallying cry for Generation Z, and the meme-friendly putdown is suddenly everywhere.
Disney will sprinkle its pixie dust on the streaming arena on Nov 12, as its Disney Plus service debuts with an arsenal of marquee franchises including Marvel and Star Wars, original series with a built-in fan base and a cheap price to boot.
Apple AirPods craze spreads to China, becoming music to the ears of wireless-headset stock investors
AirPods supplier Luxshare Precision Industry is up more than 200% this year. Wireless headset sector is seen as a huge new market.
All major Chinese smartphone brands reported stellar sales figures in the first hours of this year’s Nov 11 Singles’ Day shopping spree.
While Hollywood and Wall Street have been bracing for more than two years for a slew of competing streaming services, a new survey has some revelations about the marketplace these platforms will soon enterWhile Hollywood and Wall Street have been bracing for more than two years for a slew of competing streaming services, a new survey has some revelations about the marketplace these platforms will soon enter.
China cracks down on speculative trading in limited edition shoes, but ‘sneakerheads’ continue to fuel phenomenon
People’s Bank of China has said that speculative buying of limited edition trainers had become a problem and warned speculators against using more than a dozen online platforms. Growing popularity of sneaker trading has seen Sneaker Con launch its first event in Shanghai and US-based marketplace GOAT launch a China-specific app.