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A self-driving car being tested on Singapore public roads collided with a lorry on Tuesday, the city-state's transport regulator said, adding that no one was hurt.
The new normal: How Sugu Pavithra and other Malaysians adapted and thrived with digital tools during Covid-19 pandemic
Local businesses and content creators turn to digital tools on the Internet to survive the Covid-19 pandemic.
Pulling on makeshift roped hooks along a sun-drenched bank of the Seine River in Paris, Youva Hadjali and Edison Gompo fish out two electric scooters – not the most ecological fate for devices billed as a carbon-free fix for strained urban transport systems.
MaGIC: An estimated 40% of local tech startups will not survive if the Covid-19 crisis continues after May
Though some startups have been quick to adapt to the movement control order, others are in urgent need of capital injection to stay afloat.
Singapore's government has used a controversial online misinformation law to order an opposition party to correct a social media post, days after campaigning got underway for an election next week.
(Reuters) - British transport software firm Microlise saw annual core earnings jump by more than a third as a shortage of truck drivers and cost pressures forced the industry to try to become more efficient.
The British government is searching for ways to stop electric scooters being used for crime.
OSLO (Reuters) - The world's first fully electric and self-steering container ship, owned by fertiliser maker Yara, is preparing to navigate Norway's southern coast and play its part in the country's plans to clean-up its industry.
Stuck between an endless waitlist for a government job and a frail private sector, Iraqi entrepreneurs are taking on staggering unemployment by establishing their own startups.