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Like Internet personalities the world over, Kenyan TikTok comedian Mark Mwas was intrigued when Facebook announced a US$1bil (RM4.22bil) plan to pay content creators like him.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) -ASML, one of the biggest suppliers to semiconductor companies worldwide, reported on Wednesday a 38% jump in second-quarter net income to 1.03 billion euros ($1.22 billion), as sales continued to soar amid a global computer chip shortage.
An anti-doxxing law being discussed by Hong Kong lawmakers is cause for tech giants there, who says it could hurt their ability to provide services.
South Korea will create a space policy-oriented think tank, tentatively named the Korea Space Policy Research Center, to accelerate its role in the space race.
As Tokyo again prepares to host the Games this week, Japan is in a technological funk. Its heyday of setting the pace in televisions, recording devices and computers is far behind it.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bitcoin investment products and funds registered outflows for a second consecutive week, according to data from digital asset manager CoinShares released on Monday, highlighting investors' cautious sentiment on the cryptocurrency sector as prices continued to stall.
As war rages across the countryside, young Afghans are plugging in their earphones and logging into audio-based app Clubhouse to argue with the Taliban and pitch counter-offensive tactics.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan is beefing up its diplomatic efforts to regulate digital currencies globally, three officials told Reuters, a sign of the government's growing alarm that a proliferation of new forms of private money could upend the financial system.
For 21 years, the software company Kaseya laboured in relative obscurity – at least until cybercriminals exploited it in early July for a massive ransomware attack that snarled businesses around the world and escalated US-Russia diplomatic tensions.
Researchers and entrepreneurs are starting to ponder how artificial intelligence could create versions of people after their deaths – not only as static replicas for the benefit of their loved ones but as evolving digital entities that may steer companies or influence world events.