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KARACHI, Pakistan (Reuters) - A 19-year-old Pakistani student who shot to fame after her five-second video went viral on social media across the subcontinent, hopes numerous renditions of her monologue will translate into more dialogue between rival neighbours India and Pakistan.
BEIJING/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - China on Tuesday rejected an allegation by a cyber intelligence firm that a state-backed hacking group targeted the IT systems of two Indian coronavirus vaccine makers.
Elon Musk is eyeing a name change for Boca Chica, Texas, the Gulf Coast community where his Space Exploration Technologies Corp is building its futuristic deep-space rocket.
A nonpartisan academic report released this past week said most false narratives in the Spanish-language community “were translated from English and circulated via prominent platforms like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, as well as in closed group chat platforms like WhatsApp, and efforts often appeared coordinated across platforms”.
TikTok/Douyin overtook Telegram to become the world’s most downloaded app in February, with over 56 million installs. The Chinese owned video platform was also the highest earning app worldwide in the same month, with user spending reaching over US$110mil.
Daily life in China follows a rhythm of digital check-ins, with the QR code – at offices, malls and transport hubs – an integral defence against Covid-19 that helps to track, trace and isolate patients.
Chinese social media users declare war on cute South Korean cartoon Super Wings for allegedly disrespecting China
Preschool educational series Super Wings can no longer be found online after backlash. Complaints included that the show used incorrect maps of China and was misleading about the origins of a traditional festival.
(Reuters) - The U.S. government is working to help American miners and battery makers expand into Canada, part of a strategy to boost regional production of minerals used to make electric vehicles and counter Chinese competitors.
Canadian police's failure to preserve emails of key witness was 'negligence,' Huawei CFO lawyers say
VANCOUVER (Reuters) - Canadian police were negligent when they failed to preserve the texts and emails of a retired officer who later refused to testify at Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou's U.S. extradition hearings, Meng’s defence argued in court on Monday.
New research findings say that TikTok does not display “overtly malicious behaviour” and is not a threat to US national security. Researchers find no evidence of censorship in TikTok but its sister app Douyin restricts some politically sensitive keywords.