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Cryptocurrency tokens are being used to solve a perennial problem for digital collectibles, including art and animation – proof of ownership for mediums that are easily copied.
Going Viral is a digital initiative launched during the spring lockdown to "to investigate and record the increase of social media use by Londoners to communicate shared experiences" of the pandemic.
Online class debate rages in China over high-achieving ‘left-behind child’ who chooses to study archaeology at university
Online critics say Zhong Fangrong should ignore her dreams and instead choose a more lucrative field to help her climb the social ladder. Daughter of migrant workers was inspired by esteemed Chinese archaeologist Fan Jinshi who has, in turn, encouraged the young student.
CSM Malaysian Computer Emergency Response Team scores first place, beating security experts from 10 Asean nations.
Going cashless may be all the rage in mainland China and places chasing “smart nation” targets, but for now at least, hard cash still rules in Hong Kong.
Criminals are turning to videogame mega-hit Fortnite and its 200 million players as an easy way to launder cash from stolen credit cards, according to cyber intelligence firm SixGill.
The game trailer opens to the sound of birds chirping as a red-banded warrior takes a step backward in a polygonal forest. Tall grass flattens beneath his bare feet as three rock monsters approach our hero.
Holidaying with monsters, battling for relics and running a busy kitchen – these are a few of the new games for PCs and consoles.
Egypt is hard at work to win back tourists, taking major steps this year to develop and open cultural sites to make the country more attractive to visitors.
Before famed British broadcaster Sir David Attenborough ventured across the Atlantic to star in his first virtual reality film last year, an advance team took the trip with a key prop: a handful of Attenborough’s signature pale blue shirts.