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TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo Olympics organisers are focusing on their new Games start date in 2021, they stressed on Friday -- even if the coronavirus outbreak complicates preparations for the remade extravaganza.
TOKYO (AP): As the coronavirus spreads in Japan, the chief executive of the Tokyo Games said Friday (April 10) he can’t guarantee the postponed Olympics will be staged next year - even with a 16-month delay.
A flurry of job cuts announced this week by Yelp Inc, Eventbrite Inc and Toast Inc serves as a stark reminder of the deepening toll that the global coronavirus pandemic is taking on parts of the technology industry dependent on the people-to-people interaction that’s now come to a standstill.
Across the United States, millions of consumers are turning to Fresh Direct, Instacart Inc, Amazon.com Inc, Peapod and other services to fill their fridges via online delivery rather than brave going to a supermarket.
Hong Kong government and schools in talks over Zoom security concerns after hackers invade online classes to spread explicit material
HK education officials and school leaders discuss security concerns associated with the video-conferencing app. Pupils from 40 city schools call for Zoom ban amid fears over data leaks and other suspected breaches.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia Bhd has accelerated the release of a new feature on its Bursa Anywhere mobile application (App) to help Central Depository Services (CDS) account holders.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Metropolitan Tokyo asked some businesses to close and the ancient capital of Kyoto warned tourists to stay away as Japan battles a fast-spreading outbreak of the new coronavirus, amid fears the government's measures are too little and too late.
(Reuters) - Formula One and IndyCar drivers champion Jacques Villeneuve, who has raced everything from NASCAR to Le Mans, will add to his resume when the Canadian announced on Thursday he will be joining the virtual 'Legends Trophy' series.
There has been concern for months in Silicon Valley that the eventual Democratic US presidential candidate would be someone who wanted to break up large technology companies. Bernie Sanders’s decision Wednesday to end his campaign effectively ends that scenario, leaving a presumptive nominee – former vice president Joe Biden – who is comparatively content with the way Silicon Valley does business.