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While coronavirus fears curtail much of China's bustle, traders are getting back to business at the world's largest electronics market, buying and selling from bags and suitcases on the streets outside their shut premises.
It's not a stretch to say Universal's Cats and Paramount's Sonic The Hedgehog had two of the most polarising movie trailers in recent memory. Both caught fire online for all the wrong reasons after fans on social media torched the questionable CGI.
Straps to hold the wireless earbuds ‘felt like a very obvious idea’, co-founder says. Swedish startup Tapper’s straps and chains cost as much as 625 yuan (US$90).
Like their counterparts in Silicon Valley, China’s largest tech companies struggled to prove online groceries can be a viable business. Then the novel coronavirus struck.
Apple may not disclose itself how many Apple Watches it has sold, but according to a new report on the smartwatch market, the company is doing more than just keeping time with some of the world's best-known watchmakers.
Britain will ban the sale of new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars from 2035, five years earlier than planned, in an attempt to reduce air pollution.
Humble Bundle's Australia Fire Relief Bundle collects 29 PC games, from Hollow Knight and Crawl to Feather and Frog Detective 1.
True wireless earbuds are booming at the moment. An important consideration for potential buyers is whether they want noise cancelling ones or not.
The US Justice Department is organising meetings with large publishing companies to seek information about how Alphabet Inc’s Google operates in the digital advertising market, according to people familiar with the matter.
Shanghai introduces facial recognition drug collection terminals to combat abuse by patients and pharmacists
New terminals being trialled at 31 health care organisations require people buying controlled medicines to verify their identities through face scans. The system is expected to prevent potential abusers from obtaining prescription medicines and turning them into materials for illegal drugs.