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India is buying drones and specialist equipment to monitor the movement of locusts and spray insecticides to ward off a new outbreak that could ravage crops, government officials said.
Coronavirus: Working from home a new, occasionally frustrating, experience for Hongkongers used to rhythms of office life
One civil servant is learning how to get the job done at the dining room table – when his kids aren’t commandeering the computer. Working remotely, flexible schedules already a reality at growing number of Hong Kong businesses.
In remote Indian Kashmir people have been offline since August, queuing for hours to pay bills or using government 'Internet kiosks'.
Recent data breaches, including one where details of HIV patients were leaked, won’t hold back Singapore’s efforts in testing and investing in the latest technology to build what it termed as a “Smart Nation”.
Launched in January, Xuexi Qiangguo tests Communist Party cadres on their knowledge of their leader, country and history. But many have already found ways to cheat the system and bag the bonuses.
For Dimitra Dionysopoulou, who lives in the shadow of the Acropolis, there is no mistaking the signs of the Airbnb takeover in her neighbourhood.
A propaganda app that puts China’s powerful President Xi Jinping in anyone’s pockets has become a hit in the country – with a helpful nudge from Communist Party officials.
Nepal’s government on Feb 20 tabled draft legislation that would impose harsh penalties for “improper” social media posts, igniting concerns it could be used to suppress freedom of speech and stifle dissent.
In April 2008, former Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez dispatched Justice Ministry officials to visit counterparts in the Chinese technology hub of Shenzhen. Their mission, according to a member of the Venezuela delegation, was to learn the workings of China's national identity card programme.
Facebook will allow French regulators to "embed" inside the company to examine how it combats online hate speech, the first time the wary tech giant has opened its doors in such a way, President Emmanuel Macron said.