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The cloud gaming service from Google now supports a range of handsets from Samsung, Razer, and ASUS, as well as Google's own Pixel devices.
The United States is deploying drones and other technology as it scours for potential rare-earths reserves at home and abroad to wean the nation off its dependence on Chinese imports.
Syria's government on Feb 1 started rationing subsidised food like rice and sugar with smart cards, in the latest measure to address an economic crisis in the war-torn country.
Taiwan's Wistron Corp plans to assemble printed circuit boards (PCBs) for iPhones at its new plant in southern India, two sources said, highlighting Apple Inc's push to expand manufacturing in the world's second-biggest smartphone market.
Presidents Emmanuel Macron and Donald Trump have agreed to extend negotiations on a dispute over a French tax on digital giants to the end of the year.
Netflix's first season of The Witcher has prompted a resurgence of interest in four-year-old video game adaptation The Witcher 3.
French Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire warned the United States on Jan 6 that any retaliation to France's new digital services tax could "deeply and durably" damage relations.
British prime minister Boris Johnson said he would press ahead with new taxes on US Internet giants like Facebook and Google.
Here is a guide to the digital tax debate between France and the United States.
Sub-Saharan Africa lags other regions such as Asia in moving away from cash to plastic money. One Nigerian company is aiming to close that gap by tapping into a growing appetite for smart cards across the continent.