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French children, parents and teachers are battling with Internet connection problems across the country after an abrupt nationwide switch to online learning saturated networks and embarrassed the government.
The Cerdik initiative, which aims to equip students with laptops, tablets and Internet access for e-learning, would start rolling out this February.
A national school in Johor was the only school in Asia to receive the international award for its efforts to push digital education.
From racially biased platforms to products that caught fire, we look back at the major missteps in the tech industry.
Russian student Alexei Dudoladov has to climb a birch tree in his remote Siberian village every time he needs an Internet connection.
E-learning: Underprivileged students in Malaysia turn to online initiatives to secure secondhand laptops
As e-learning becomes the new norm during the pandemic, underprivileged students turn to online initiatives to secure a secondhand laptop.
India’s latest ban of Chinese games like PUBG Mobile opens door to home-grown alternatives, experts say
Almost a third of the Chinese mobile apps affected by India’s latest ban were games, such as PUBG Mobile and Arena of Valor. This will open up opportunities for Western or Indian home-grown apps to fill the void, analysts say.
From bulky behemoths to slim devices: How computers evolved into the powerful gadgets that we can scarcely live without today
Today’s slim laptops and powerful desktops owe their existence to a personal computer that sparked a revolution 39 years ago.
Online armies of self-styled Saudi patriots riding a wave of state-led nationalism attack critics and what they call “traitors” of the kingdom – but their growing clout has left the government uneasy.
Coronavirus: China tweaks graduate employment rate to include students who find ‘work’ as gamers, bloggers
Graduates who find ‘work’ as competitive gamers and bloggers after finishing university will now be classified as employed in China. Change in criteria has fanned speculation Beijing is trying to inflate employment figures for young graduates amid a worsening jobs market.