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TAIPEI (Reuters) - The European Union and Taiwan are democracies with shared values and are natural partners when it comes to semiconductors, a senior EU official said on Thursday, making a pitch for the island's key chip firms to invest in the bloc.
Police in several states monitor social media; participation in protests can also mean passports, jobs denied. It is an invasion of privacy, activists say.
Malaysia's Astronomy Month 2021 programme, in conjunction with the national-level Ma'al Hijrah, will be run online with activities lined up until Sept.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Walmart-owned Flipkart has asked India's Supreme Court to restrain the country's antitrust body after it asked sensitive questions in what the firm called an "invasive" investigation of its e-commerce operations.
The European Consumer Organisation announced Monday it had lodged a complaint with the European Commission against Facebook’s attempt to modify the terms of service for the WhatsApp messenging service.
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.
Cancelled last year as the pandemic gathered pace, MWC went ahead this year at Barcelona’s main conference centre, both in-person and online.
A scaled-back version of the world’s biggest mobile telecommunications fair got underway Monday in Spain under tight virus controls, with top firms avoiding an in-person presence after the pandemic derailed last year’s edition.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - The great and good of the mobile communications world have flocked to their annual jamboree in Barcelona, all armed with this year's must-have tech: a negative COVID-19 test, an FFP2 face mask and a digital badge for contact-tracing.