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Some products from Apple Inc, Facebook Inc and HP Inc are in short supply in a possible sign of the coronavirus outbreak’s effect on the global manufacturing system.
In the three years since becoming an agent for mobile e-commerce company Copia Global Inc, Samuel Kihara has boosted revenue at his general store fivefold, opened a second shop, bought land and a truck and moved his children to private school.
Beijing rolls out colour-coded QR system for coronavirus tracking despite concerns over privacy, inaccurate ratings
Beijing residents will be assigned coloured QR codes, with only those with green codes being able to move around the city freely. The system, which has been rolled out in more than 100 cities across the country, has been criticised for a lack of transparency and potential mislabelling.
Social platforms are scrambling to cope with the onslaught of political messages involving celebrity endorsements, bots and manipulated videos as the US election campaign is shaken up by Democratic candidate Michael Bloomberg's deep-pocketed efforts.
Consumers could be forgiven for assuming that shopping online has a lower carbon footprint than buying in-store. For many, the online option saves them a trip in the car, and it stands to reason that logistics companies would be good at generating efficient delivery routes.
The next-gen PlayStation 5's Dualshock controller attachment may include "biofeedback" sensors to track the player's heart rate and sweat in real-time.
When you get a new phone, links always tend to open on some strange browser preinstalled by the smartphone manufacturer. Or maybe it's videos or other files that open with the wrong app.
Older men in Silicon Valley are reportedly feeling the effects of ageism – so much so that it's driving some of them to get cosmetic procedures, according to news website CBS SF Bay Area.
Vatican officials on Feb 28 planned to release principles promoting the ethical use of artificial intelligence, with the backing of Microsoft Corp and International Business Machines Corp as the first two technology industry sponsors.
In the suburbs of Dublin on a windy, overcast day in January, several alumni of Airbus and the UK’s Royal Air Force watched as a flying object, shaped a bit like a crouching frog, hovered about 10 meters (33 feet) up in the air.