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Chip manufacturer Qualcomm is once again injecting some excitement into the smartwatch segment with a new processor promising to be significantly more efficient and faster than its predecessor.
China’s widely held advantage in AI is the huge amount of data generated by its more than 900 million Internet users, the world’s biggest online population. The country’s top lawmaking body has started reviewing a draft data security legislation that aims to protect individual privacy, while also promoting the relevant use of data.
India’s economy is struggling to overcome the adverse hit from the world’s biggest lockdown, a series of high-frequency indicators show.
Efforts by the United Arab Emirates to fight the coronavirus have renewed questions about mass surveillance in this US-allied federation of seven sheikhdoms.
Large Internet platforms should report acquisitions to the European Union, including tiny deals that normally escape merger reviews, a group of advisers said.
All you need to know about the top 5G flagship in 2020, the OPPO FindX2 Pro and why it is still the best choice in the premium smartphone market so far
The unprecedented global pandemic and the new ways of living have made many of us adapt to new situations, but through it all many of us have come to depend on our smartphones more than ever.
Germany is determined to expand its attempts to regulate online hate speech even as Facebook promises to do more to clean up its site after a global advertiser boycott, with politicians saying the issue is too important to leave to self-regulation.
Twitter Inc shares rose as much as 12% on July 8 amid speculation that the social media company is building a paid subscription-based service.
The virus has trapped US$111bil of luxury spending in China; shoppers turn to e-commerce, livestreaming
Jeff Meng, a 25-year-old watch lover from a well-heeled Guangdong family, had 160,000 yuan (RM97,483) burning a hole in his pocket. He could not find the Rolex Daytona watch he wanted, dubbed “panda” for its black-and-white face, anywhere in China.
Scientists in Singapore are hoping to perfect a new method of power generation driven largely by shadows, with the hope that it could one day help highly urbanised cities power themselves.