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Plenty argue about the pros and cons of screen time, and there’s not consensus among experts about just how dangerous it can be. But data shows an undeniable surge in usage, with a staggering number of families significantly increasing consumption.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. Defense Department canceled its $10 billion JEDI cloud-computing project on Tuesday, reversing the Trump-era award to Microsoft Corp and announcing a new contract expected to include its rival Amazon.com and possibly other cloud players.
(Reuters) -Cryptocurrency exchange Binance will temporarily suspend euro bank deposits from one of Europe's key payments networks, it said in an email sent to users on Tuesday.
Fintech company Wise Plc is going public on the London Stock Exchange in a novel way, potentially opening up dual-class share ownership, a practice more often seen in the US.
Nintendo Co announced a new Switch console for release Oct 8, a long-awaited US$350 (RM1,455) gadget likely to stimulate a wave of new software and holiday season sales.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Indonesian e-commerce firm Bukalapak is targeting raising more than $1 billion in its IPO, 25% more than previously planned, on indications of strong investor demand for the country's first tech unicorn listing, two sources familiar with the matter said.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Cryptocurrency exchange Binance plans on doubling its compliance team by year's and said it will "humbly welcome more capable talents" as it faces a blizzard of global regulatory probes.
Apple iPhones are well known for their stability and reliable software experience, but even iOS occasionally suffers from bugs that can somewhat impair the functionality of their pricey handsets.
(Reuters) - The U.S. Defense Department canceled its $10 billion JEDI cloud-computing project this week, reversing the Trump-era award to Microsoft Corp and announcing a new contract expected to include its rival Amazon.com Inc and possibly other cloud players.
“Zombie” devices linked to the Internet, and infected with malware that allow hackers to control them and launch cyberattacks, have tripled their numbers in Singapore amid the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the latest government findings.