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The Japanese are never short of ideas when it comes to innovation. After unveiling a first prototype this spring, the University of Tokyo is now presenting a new version of its “poimo” concept (“POrtable and Inflatable MObility”), an inflatable electric scooter.
The Russian Embassy in Washington has refuted US claims of alleged Russian involvement in a major cyberattack targeting officials and various large-scale events, with an embassy representative telling Sputnik that Russia has no intention of engaging in destabilising operations.
Tyrita Franklin-Corbett knew she was risking her health delivering groceries during the coronavirus pandemic, but she didn’t expect to be laid up by a dog attack.
Struggling to get a phone signal at home on planet Earth? Perhaps you’ll have better luck on the moon.
When pressures from work and other responsibilities are too intense and start impeding on your personal life, especially in this time when working from home can add to stresses, the risk of mental exhaustion looms large. Fortunately, many online services and mobile applications exist to analyse the situation and offer tips to avoid a breakdown.
Apple may have only just unveiled its iPhone 12, out Oct 23, but you already risk being targeted by scams of the “Click here to win an iPhone 12” or “Get an iPhone 12 for US$1” variety.
US Attorney General William Barr and Representative David Cicilline are far from ideological soulmates. But in a one-two punch, they’re about to take on the country’s biggest technology platforms and could drive the most significant changes to antitrust law enforcement in decades.
Imagination Technologies on Oct 13 released new chip technology that it hopes will help it expand into the market for data centre chips.
Hampered by cautious investors and a rigid corporate culture, Japan has produced just a handful of major startups. But there are signs that could be changing, industry insiders say.