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A smart toilet could offer a mini health check every time you take a seat, scientists said on Tuesday, but privacy campaigners and potential users said the idea sat uncomfortably with them.
A week after Malaysia ordered a partial lockdown to slow the spread of the coronavirus, construction supervisor Hafi Nazhan saw residents in his affluent Kuala Lumpur neighbourhood jogging outside.
Internet users have seen a surge in Covid-related cyberattacks and fraud schemes which could add to the misery of the pandemic, even as some hackers have called for dialing back their criminal efforts.
From a WhatsApp chatbot to a self-diagnosis tool, Africans are devising mobile tech solutions to contain the spread of the coronavirus amid fears it could have disastrous effects for the continent's most vulnerable.
The announcement arrived on the same day the Montreux Jazz Festival was due to unveil the lineup for its 54th edition, which is still scheduled to take place between July 3 and 18.
Demand for "safe phones" given to Australian women facing domestic violence under a government-funded scheme has surged as coronavirus lockdown measures sparked concern that women are trapped with their abusers.
Slavery survivors in India are using WhatsApp groups to raise awareness about coronavirus among their peers in villages where many former bonded labourers are unaware of the pandemic.
Cybersex traffickers are likely to exploit the coronavirus pandemic to target more children across South-East Asia for online sexual abuse, child rights activists said on March 26.
A decision on the sale of the.org Internet domain to a private company should be postponed, rights groups said, warning it could impact charities grappling with coronavirus.
Disinfecting drones. Talking robots. Artificial intelligence that can scan thousands of medical images in a flash. These are just some of the technologies rolled out by Asian countries including Singapore and China to contain the coronavirus pandemic that has killed more than 6,500 people worldwide.