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The US$60 video game dates back to at least the 1990s. Rarely has a game exceeded that price threshold in the three decades since, even as inflation drove the dollar’s value to nearly half of what it was in the days of the Super Nintendo.
A Jeju Island woman, who recently caused a stir in Korean society after offering to sell her newborn baby for 200,000 won (US$175 or RM725) in an online secondhand marketplace, has deeply repented for her wrongdoing, local police said on Oct 19, Yonhap News Agency reported.
Case of soldier who revealed his service identity in online games is being used to educate forces on technological pitfalls. PLA training and state media reports urge greater individual discipline to protect China’s secrets.
Patients register their mobile number once admitted, and are taught how to check their own vital signs and input data, minimising contact with workers. Facility at exhibition centre near the airport has received nearly 600 coronavirus patients between the ages of 18 and 60.
Geoff Woolf gave his sons a love for literature. When he got sick with Covid-19, they turned to books to help him – and others.
A half year into a pandemic that’s killed almost 600,000 people, the international race for protection from the virus escalated to a treacherous new level with allegations that vaccine development has become a target of Russian cyberattacks.
As Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan struggle to resolve a long-running dispute over Addis Ababa’s mega-dam project on the Nile, some of their citizens are sparring online over their rights to the mighty waterway.
Dr Albert Hsiao and his colleagues at the UC San Diego health system in the United States had been working for 18 months on an artificial intelligence (AI) program designed to help doctors identify pneumonia on a chest X-ray. When the coronavirus hit the United States, they decided to see what it could do.
Thai hospitals are deploying "ninja robots" to measure fevers and protect the health of overburdened medical workers on the frontlines of the coronavirus outbreak.