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(Reuters) - World Rally Championship (WRC) organisers cancelled Argentina's postponed round on Thursday while announcing the season, halted by the COVID-19 pandemic, would re-start in Estonia in September.
Two youths confide in Thelma as they struggle with feelings of immense frustration, anxiety and anger at not being understood by their parents and at being deprived of their privacy.
Segway, which boldly claimed its two-wheeled personal transporter would revolutionise the way people get around, is ending production of its namesake vehicle.
SHANGHAI/HONGKONG: Chinese companies are putting off plans for U.S. listings as tensions between the world's top two economies rise, lawyers, bankers, accountants and regulators involved in what has been a major capital-raising route told Reuters.
PETALING JAYA: The move to allow publishers to be compensated for the use of their news content by tech giants is gaining momentum at a time when ad revenue is hammered down by the Covid-19 outbreak.
(Reuters) - It was a case of back to basics but live tennis returned on Friday with the opening matches at the Tennis Point Exhibition Series event staged near Koblenz in Germany.
(Reuters) - The ATP and WTA Tours remain on hold because of the COVID-19 pandemic but professional tennis resumes on Friday with the first in a televised series of exhibition events in Germany.
Tamara, one of Dubai’s many foreign residents, hasn’t been to a petrol station in years – a click on a smartphone app is all it takes to bring a mini tanker to her doorstep.
SINGAPORE/KUALA LUMPUR/JAKARTA/BANGKOK: Online video weekly minutes on mobile devices leaped by 60% in aggregate across in Southeast Asia, as the coronavirus pandemic sparked lockdowns and stay at home orders. According to a survey conducted by consultancy and research firm Media Partners Asia weekly consumption grew from 36.4 billion minutes in mid-January to 58 billion minutes per week by April 11.
LOS ANGELES: South Korean video streaming platform Wavve is to supply Korean content to NBC Universal, under a deal announced on Tuesday (April 14). Content Wavve is a consortium established last year involving the country's three terrestrial broadcasters, KBS, MBC and SBS, and local telecoms firm SK Telecom.