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Case of soldier who revealed his service identity in online games is being used to educate forces on technological pitfalls. PLA training and state media reports urge greater individual discipline to protect China’s secrets.
Gambling was outlawed in mainland China by the Communist Party when it took over in 1949, but is making a comeback via websites and apps aimed at Chinese customers and based offshore.
An Indian firm is set to launch a battle royale mobile videogame in partnership with Bollywood star Akshay Kumar, capitalising on the void left by a ban on Chinese tech firm Tencent’s popular PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG).
Young men and boys are being radicalised into hating women, the British author behind the Everyday Sexism Project has warned, saying online groups are targeting boys as young as 11.
Chad says it has cut back the speed of the Internet to crimp the spread of messages "inciting hate" on social media.
There is a time for taking in the scenery, there is a time for taking out an anti-aircraft installation.
Twitter’s decision to crack down on the conspiracy-theory mongering of QAnon underscores the loose-knit group’s increasing reach into the mainstream of US politics.
In the middle of a seven day long Xbox game demo festival, an Xbox Games Showcase will highlight some of the console family's upcoming attractions. Here's how and when to watch.
As Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan struggle to resolve a long-running dispute over Addis Ababa’s mega-dam project on the Nile, some of their citizens are sparring online over their rights to the mighty waterway.
European countries cautiously emerging from the onslaught of the coronavirus pandemic are looking to a second generation of contact tracing apps to help contain further outbreaks.