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A team of Zanzibari data collectors armed with tablets have gathered enough information from hundreds of people on the Tanzanian archipelago to issue each of them a deed to their land in 20 minutes – a process that typically takes up to five years.
In recent years, the appetite for buying and selling refurbished smartphones has grown considerably. But the number of handsets lying dormant in our closets and drawers is dizzying.
Armed with tablets, dozens of indigenous and Venezuelan migrant children in Colombia’s northern desert region are learning at home while the coronavirus pandemic keeps schools shut.
The upcoming release of a ninth generation of video game consoles by Sony and Microsoft is set to be a sales slam dunk with consumers seeking entertainment during pandemic confinement, but could it also be their swansong as the habits of gamers change?
Although screens aren't the only cause of visual fatigue and dry eye syndrome, they're increasingly contributing to the ailment, which affects millions of people worldwide.
Smartphone tech spills over into notebook territory with blazing results.
In Singapore, online government services can now be accessed by facial recognition – a world first.
The vast majority of smartphones have some kind of social media app installed, be it Facebook, TikTok, Twitter or a combination of all. And yet these apps are known to spy on our activity while draining the phone's battery. The alternative is something call a 'wrapper'.
First there were no new consoles for years – and now the new Xbox and PlayStation 5 appear almost simultaneously with very similar technology. If you're faced with picking between the two, then you need to know where the big differences are.
Mobile games are thriving as players turn to them for fun and friendship during the pandemic, with increasing numbers of women joining the trend.