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Russia’s coordinated effort to nudge Americans toward voting for Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election caught social media companies flat-footed and remains a stain on the reputation of Facebook in particular.
As Malaysia moves to get the country connected under the Jendela initiative, 3G will be phased out in favour of 4G.
For months, Bui Van Thuan, a chemistry teacher turned crusading blogger in Vietnam, published one scathing Facebook post after another on a land dispute between villagers and the communist government.
This year has taught us a lot of things, but here is one major 2020 lesson: Tech skills are a virtual necessity.
There’s a no shortage of what US President Donald Trump might call fake news about the coronavirus floating around social media, with plenty of it coming from his own Twitter account. That’s a problem for a growing number of US doctors.
From monitoring vital signs to filtering filthy air and even translating speech into other languages, the coronavirus-fuelled boom in mask-wearing has spawned an unusual range of high-tech face coverings.
The Russian Embassy in Washington has refuted US claims of alleged Russian involvement in a major cyberattack targeting officials and various large-scale events, with an embassy representative telling Sputnik that Russia has no intention of engaging in destabilising operations.
After 10 years, Envisics says it has cracked the code on head-up holography.
Needing to redraw North Carolina’s legislative districts under a court order, US lawmakers last year employed a state lottery machine to select a new map at random.
The founder of the #MeToo movement marked its third anniversary on Oct 15 by launching an online platform to fight sexual violence, hoping to expand the reach of the campaign against harassment and assault.