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For almost as long as golf has been around, there’s been an industry pitching contraptions and hacks to conquer the often frustrating sport. The latest are pricey mobile applications claiming that data will unlock your swing.
Somehow, users on social media can relate to a giant container vessel being stuck at the Suez canal.
The Communist Party mouthpiece says online platforms should work with the government to eradicate fake clicks and views. China recently issued new rules banning the artificial inflation of Internet traffic, but experts say enforcement remains a challenge.
The box looked like an old VCR, the controller was comically large, and it was made by one of the most boring companies on earth. Somehow, the Xbox triumphed and gave Microsoft Corp the first-and last-successful video game console brand from an American company since Atari.
In the aftermath of the coronavirus, governments can reimagine capitalism by giving all of us a stake in the most valuable byproduct of our day-to-day living: data
US President Donald Trump has been the world’s biggest driver of Covid-19 misinformation during the pandemic, a study from Cornell University said on Oct 1.
‘It is critical that this country not use apps that are made in China,’ White House trade adviser Peter Navarro said in an interview. The Trump administration has previously issued orders banning transactions related to TikTok and WeChat, and ordering ByteDance to divest its US operations.
Did you receive an email from your bank requesting that you change your online password? It's best to check that you're not the target of a phishing attack before doing anything else. Here's how to tell.
China’s consumers are shopping online again. But their purchases are signaling that they plan to stay indoors for the foreseeable future, dashing hopes for a spending recovery as the nation contemplates its post-virus world.
China will continue to assert ‘prolific dominance’ in multiple areas this year, according to the Future Today Institute’s 2020 Tech Trends Report. Despite slowing growth in China’s economy, ‘it would be a mistake’ to assume the country has lost its influence, the report says.