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Do 5G mobile telephones and networks pose health risks? Worries about the effect the technology has on humans and the environment have persisted as it has been deployed in various countries. What do scientists have to say about it?
Controversial private social app Clubhouse was again the target of criticism on Sept 28, after a conversation with hundreds of listeners devolved into a platform for what some saw as anti-Semitic comments.
One in four Britons use TikTok every month, with 17 million regulars spending just over an hour a day on the app, signaling the upstart social network has built a local following almost half as large as Facebook Inc’s in just three years.
Russia-based hackers are responsible for the majority of nation-state attacks on Microsoft customers, according to new data from company.
In a renewable energy experiment combining sun, water and ice, a Lithuanian power firm aims to install floating solar panels on a lake at a hydroelectric plant this year as part of a small but booming global market for "floatovoltaics”.
An Airbus SE high-altitude surveillance and communications drone broke up in flight after its launch in September 2019 because of unstable weather conditions, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) said on Sept 28.
Counterpoint Research reports that the average price of smartphones being sold was up 10%, with users turning to – and relying on – premium smartphones during the pandemic.
The government wants to align Airbnb and the hotel sector, and streamline e-hailing services in Sabah.
People with pacemakers have long been warned that smartphones can disrupt the workings of this vital device. One study has now shown that, most of the time, you don't need to worry.
Videoconference meetings have become the norm with everyone working from home, though it's not uncommon for participants to become fatigued with such communication methods. One expert explains why that is and shares ways to make virtual chats far less draining.