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The idea that animals can experience love was once anathema to the psychologists who studied them, seen as a case of putting sentimentality before scientific rigor.
Hunkered down at the epicentre of China's virus epidemic and cut off from the world, the remaining foreigners in Wuhan are eking out a life in fear.
As coronavirus fear grips the globe, the Chinese capital and its more than 20 million residents have practically come to a standstill.
Ahead of the year's first Grand Slam, AO Tennis 2 is out, offering a ton of customisation and a personalised career path on top of improved set-to-set play.
Just months after Twitter Inc and Facebook Inc said they had removed hundreds of accounts used to undermine Hong Kong’s protest movement, the social media trolls are back.
Beijing recommends right to control Internet and tech for ‘social stability’, and make cyberspace a branch of sovereignty. Growing influence could help it shape international cybersecurity rules alongside countries that favour free, open cyberspace.
Visitors to Australia's bush capital Canberra over the next six months will be able to dabble in some 80 classic videogames, from Pac-Man and Donkey Kong to Angry Birds and Minecraft.
In the new Paris Opera version of Giuseppe Verdi's masterpiece, the heroine Violetta is an Internet celebrity like Paris Hilton or Kim Kardashian
Beijing’s propaganda drive is facing increased scrutiny after recent crackdown by social media giants. Accounts show that China’s Internet regulator agreed a contract worth almost US$1mil with People’s Daily while hundreds of state media ads are running on Facebook.
Hacked by suspected Chinese cyber spies five times from 2014 to 2017, security staff at Swedish telecoms equipment giant Ericsson had taken to naming their response efforts after different types of wine.