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In November, Paula Mont did something new: The 86-year-old, who hasn’t left her New Jersey senior living community in nearly a year, went shopping – online.
(Reuters) - Facebook took down the pages of Myanmar's state-run television on Monday, a day after the channel had warned anti-coup protesters against taking action and said that confrontation could put lives at risk.
(Reuters) - Facebook on Sunday deleted the main page of the Myanmar military under it standards prohibiting the incitement of violence, the company said, a day after two protesters were killed when police opened fire at a demonstration against the Feb 1 coup.
A big wedding, your dream holiday or a legendary party: If you own a decent smartphone or camera, you’ll likely come out of many social events with endless footage. How hard can it be to edit it all together? Not very.
Apple Inc. is shopping for lidar car sensors for its self driving cars, an indicator that the finished product could be several years away still.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Apple Inc is angling to participate in a new scheme to boost India's exports of computer products, part of what government and industry sources say are plans to bring iPad tablet manufacturing to the South Asian country.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Facebook faced backlash from publishers and politicians on Thursday after blocking news feeds in Australia in a surprise escalation of a dispute with the government over a law to require it to share revenue from news.
THE rise of contactless payments has the media talking about the fast-encroaching cashless society. Especially since the Covid-19 outbreak, contactless payment has become part of the new normal.
(Reuters) - Facebook said on Friday it would reduce the distribution of all content and profiles run by Myanmar’s military, saying they have “continued to spread misinformation” after the army seized power and detained civilian leaders in a coup on Feb. 1.
HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN): Vietnam’s effective control over the Covid-19 pandemic along with it signing a host of new free trade agreements has resulted in many global tech giants shifting their investment to the country.