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There is one addiction, previously seen as a harmless bit of fun, that is becoming a serious issue among professional footballers, of all levels – a compulsion to play computer games.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - BMW warned a chip shortage that has plagued the car industry may lead to further lost production, saying on Friday it showed no signs of abating and supply would remain tight in the second half of the year.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Its biggest act may have been beamed in on a screen, but a smaller, quieter 'hybrid' Mobile World Congress (MWC) has given others hope that in-person events can succeed in a pandemic.
PARIS (Reuters) -Orange boss Stephane Richard came under political pressure on Thursday after a network outage at France's biggest telecoms firm prevented emergency calls for several hours.
A simple birthday party turned into a TikTok event that drew thousands to the beach. When it was over, more than 175 people were arrested.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan sees a limited impact on its economy and its key semiconductor industry from its COVID-19 outbreak and is well prepared to ensure chip fabs can operate as normal, officials said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) -The Indian government asked social media platform Twitter to take down dozens of tweets, including some by local lawmakers, that were critical of India's handling of the coronavirus outbreak, as cases of COVID-19 again hit a world record.
AKPK, which also offers counselling, was set up by Bank Negara to help people take control of their finances.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea said on Thursday it will issue so-called COVID-19 vaccine passports to immunized citizens, joining other nations introducing such certificates to revive cross-border travel while keeping infection risks under control.
Misinformation threatens to scuttle Papua New Guinea's already faltering efforts to bring a severe Covid-19 outbreak under control, with a survey showing one-in-four health workers are reluctant to get vaccinated.