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Latvia aims to become one of the first countries to launch a smartphone app using a new toolkit created by US tech giants Apple and Alphabet's Google to help trace coronavirus infections.
After watching 50,000 episodes of Pac-Man being played, Nvidia's AI was able to recreate a convincing replica of the game from nothing.
Belgium’s railways are testing smart cameras with sensors to ensure its workers wear masks and maintain their distance to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Despite the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) to curb the Covid-19 pandemic which left many ‘stranded’ in the city, Malaysians managed to stay connected to keep the festive cheer alive – thanks to the smartphone.
It's a secret, almost. But Silicon Valley is buzzing over a new audio-chat social network which is struggling to keep people out even as it hits an eye-popping value.
For a preview of the future of office work, watch how the biggest tech companies are preparing for a post-pandemic world.
Scalpers make a killing as new safety law leaves China’s 300 million eScooter riders 200 million helmets short
The country is facing a shortfall of 200 million cheap helmets as a new law requires eScooter riders to don protective headgear. Most companies making low-priced helmets have a daily capacity of under 2,000 units, and it will be some time before they can meet the nationwide surge in demand.
As a kid in South Korea, Brian Kim grew up with the opposite of social distancing: Coming from a humble background, he had to share a room with seven family members. Those days are gone, and measures keeping people apart are now helping his fortune.
Beijing is accelerating its bid for global leadership in key technologies, planning to pump more than a trillion dollars into the economy through the rollout of everything from wireless networks to artificial intelligence.
Britain’s system for tracing those with the novel coronavirus was under fire on Thursday as it grappled with the development of a tracking app and health workers warned the government that unless there was clarity it could suffer a second deadly wave.