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German authorities said on Sept 17 that an apparently misdirected ransomware attack caused the failure of IT systems at a major hospital in Duesseldorf, and a woman who needed urgent admission died after she had to be taken to another city for treatment.
The combination of 30 million Americans out of work and tens of millions more working from home exploded the number of hours people have been glued to a screen.
Some US college students are doing the once-improbable: blowing the whistle on classmates who break rules aimed at stemming the spread of the coronavirus.
After the coronavirus outbreak hit Indonesia, charity worker Harry Machmud in May asked volunteers to map handwashing stations across the sprawling archipelago.
Ele.me to give customers option to wait longer for food deliveries after backlash over risky conditions for riders
Many food delivery riders in China risk their lives to meet deadlines even under extreme weather conditions, according to a report that has gone viral. Ele.me says a new function will allow customers to indicate their willingness to wait up to 10 minutes more for deliveries, to reduce the rush for couriers.
Auschwitz Memorial Museum calls TikTok trend of users pretending to be Holocaust victims ‘offensive’
Some videos also feature captions like “Get that Jew!” and users dressing up in concentration camp uniforms.
Independent British firm Tonic Games has delivered the latest feel-good gaming hit, Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, after Sony Corp offered it to subscribers and by tapping the power of streamers and social media.
Tens of thousands of Fortnite accounts are being sold online daily in a black market for stolen video game accounts that generates US$1bil (RM4.17bil) annually, according to a report from Night Lion Security, which helps companies identify vulnerabilities.
Repeated calls for armed vigilantes to travel to Kenosha, Wisconsin, to protect businesses following the police shooting of Jacob Blake spread across social media in the hours before two people were shot to death and a third was wounded during a third night of unrest in the city.
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who died in 2011, was a tough act to follow. But Tim Cook seems to be doing so well at it that his eventual successor may also have big shoes to fill.