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The British government on Sept 24 finally launches its troubled smartphone app to help track the coronavirus in England and Wales – four months behind schedule and with cases once again surging.
Reality finally set in for Rony Abovitz in May. The augmented reality headset that had been under development for nine years inside his company, Magic Leap Inc, had been a colossal flop.
Michigan Democrats Rashida Tlaib and Debbie Dingell made a surprise visit earlier this month to an Amazon warehouse in Romulus, Michigan.
The Seoul city government said on Sept 21 it has decided to adopt the design of hanok, or traditional Korean houses, for high-tech bus stops in the capital, Yonhap news agency reported.
If not for the incident that went viral involving Universiti Malaysia Sabah student Veveonah Mosibin, who was forced to climb a tree to get an Internet connection to sit for an online examination, most people would have remained blissfully unaware that not all Malaysians enjoy high-speed Internet access.
As future-of-work discussions shift from theoretical to practical, one much-maligned company that could be a solution to a world of hybrid work is WeWork.
Nvidia Corp’s record deal to buy Arm Ltd will encounter major hurdles from regulators in countries sparring over trade and customers concerned that the transaction will limit competition and unfairly favour Arm’s future owner.
It still surprises many people that professional video-game tournaments fill 50,000-seat arenas and that millions of fans watch from their bedrooms, aspiring to compete themselves one day.
Alphabet Inc's Google aims to power its data centres and offices 24-7 using solely carbon-free electricity by 2030, building on its previous goal of matching its energy use with 100% renewable energy.
Deutsche Telekom and France's OVHcloud plan to build a new cloud computing offer for European companies and public sector entities deemed of strategic importance, the two companies said on Sept 14.