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Those making the switch from iPhone will now be able to keep their WhatsApp chats on their new Android smartphone of any brand, if it runs on the new Android 12 OS.
SELANGOR’s local authorities have been asked to penalise traders and customers at night and morning markets — which are now allowed to operate — for not adhering to the standard operating procedure.
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (Borneo Bulletin/Asia News Network): The Asean Business and Investment Summit (ABIS) 2021 on Monday (Oct 25) welcomed a launch of the Asean Digital Gateway and Travel Wallet project, aimed at facilitating a safer, seamless and standardised approach to resuming regional travel.
BANGKOK (The Nation/Asia News Network): The Bureau of the Royal Household announced on Tuesday (Oct 26) that it will open the Grand Palace and the Emerald Buddha Temple to visitors from Nov 1 onward.
BANGKOK (The Nation/Asia News Network):Officials from Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) on Monday visited Suvarnabhumi Airport to check its Covid-19 preventive measures before the province will reopen to vaccinated foreign visitors from Nov 1 onward.
A comparison of the total number of MySejahtera check-ins in the 10-day period after interstate travel was allowed with the 10-day period before the restriction was eased also revealed a drop in Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya, among others.
Fashion designer Alber Elbaz, who died from Covid-19 in April, was passionate about new technologies. The brand that he founded simply wanted to pay tribute to him in a fitting way.
Coronavirus: Hong Kong’s new ‘Leave Home Safe’ mandate could leave homeless, others lacking smartphones without access to key services, NGO warns
Hong Kong’s move to mandate the use of its Covid-19 contact-tracing app at government buildings will hit homeless residents and other vulnerable groups in need of services hard given that many lack smartphones, an NGO has warned.
THE Covid-19 pandemic has drastically changed the way we live. As we learn to adopt to the new normal by keeping ourselves safe, performing tasks that used to require our physical presence, such as banking, can now be swapped for a seamless online banking experience.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) -Melbourne residents flocked to the city's pubs, restaurants and hair salons in the early hours of Friday after the world's most locked-down city emerged from its latest spate of restrictions designed to combat the spread of COVID-19.