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Summer Games Done Quick sets new record with US$2.1mil run

Annual video game completion race Summer Games Done Quick raised US$2.1mil (RM8.5mil) for charity through audience donation as expert players demonstrated their uncommon skill with games like Wacky Races, Castlevania, Super Mario Bros, and more.

In Togo, hi-tech orthopaedic care goes through crucial test

Only five to 15% of people in low income countries who need a prosthetic limb or orthopaedic brace get one.

I Was Raised on the Internet: art of the new millennium at MCA Chicago

How has the Internet changed the way we experience the world? That is the question a new exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art MCA Chicago sets out to answer.

Uganda imposes tax on social media use

Uganda's parliament has imposed a tax on the use of social media in a bid to raise revenue but opponents of the law say it aims to stifle criticism of President Yoweri Museveni, who has been in power since 1986.

London introduces contactless payments for buskers

London is introducing a contactless payment scheme for buskers in what organisers said would be a world first.

IWF: Children coerced into live streaming own sexual abuse, 98% under 13

Children are being groomed and coerced into livestreaming their own sexual abuse, says the Internet Watch Foundation.

‘Game-changer’ phone app aims to end child marriage in Bangladesh

A new phone app could be a “game-changer” in the fight against child marriage in Bangladesh, where more than half of all girls are married before they are 18, children’s charity Plan International said.

‘God of War’ prepares for PS4 launch, ‘Hellblade’ lands on Xbox

Action adventure God of War swaps Ancient Greece for mythological Scandinavia and gathers a horde of rave reviews ahead of an April 20 launch, as another Nordic action game, Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, swaps PS4 for Xbox One.

London murders leave UK asking if social media is to blame

The rows of flowers and candles grieving the stabbing of teenager Israel Ogunsola in the east London neighbourhood of Hackney lie four deep in a narrow alley.

China eyes ‘black tech’ to boost security as parliament meets

At a highway check point on the outskirts of Beijing, local police are this week testing out a new security tool: smart glasses that can pick up facial features and car registration plates, and match them in real-time with a database of suspects.

Life Inspired has a chic new look

2020 is all about change, and Life Inspired did just that with a fresh makeover!

This month, we speak to 3 female icons about empowerment and more - read it for FREE this week.