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Social gaming giant Zynga on Sept 23 kicked off its global launch of a free puzzle game based on the beloved wizarding world of Harry Potter.
For weeks, smoke has blanketed the United States west coast. For many, the only way to confront the smoke- and ash-filled days was with the help of Air Quality Index apps.
The TikTok video-sharing app was already under US scrutiny when users pranked President Donald Trump’s campaign by pretending to reserve thousands of tickets to a June re-election rally in Oklahoma.
Apple is expected to spotlight its smartwatch, iPad, and subscription services on Sept 15 as it strives to reignite growth with a must-have holiday line-up.
Can you use a brick to charge your laptop? Researchers are one step closer to creating electric walls
Washington University scientists have figured out how to transform a simple red brick into a power source for electronic devices.
The ultimate out-of-office email is the one that balance's your workplace's culture, combining the right amount of formality, humour and, above all, information about your absence.
India banned over a hundred Chinese apps, including versions of Tencent Holdings Ltd’s popular game PUBG Mobile and online payments giant Ant Group Co’s Alipay, as tensions escalated on the nations’ disputed border.
With coronavirus sweeping through their rural district, the children of Francis Marion School in Perry County, Alabama, started school online this week. But for many, logging on for class was out of the question.
Futurist entrepreneur Elon Musk late on Aug 28 demonstrated progress made by his Neuralink startup in meshing brains with computers, saying the work is essential to the future of humanity.
WHEN it comes to choosing a sophisticated smartphone that not only looks cutting-edge, but also integrates emerging new technologies into its products framework, Samsung is undeniably a contending brand.