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YouTuber Hamzy apologises for adding a thumbs-up to comments online about China claiming kimchi as its own, which Chinese Internet users took as an insult. The origin of the fermented cabbage dish is a hot-button issue between China and South Korea, as Chinese celebrity vlogger Li Ziqi found out last week.
The box looked like an old VCR, the controller was comically large, and it was made by one of the most boring companies on earth. Somehow, the Xbox triumphed and gave Microsoft Corp the first-and last-successful video game console brand from an American company since Atari.
(Reuters) - Twitter Inc Chief Executive Jack Dorsey appeared to stop following President Donald Trump on the social media platform this weekend, according to a Twitter account that follows the activity of tech leaders.
Amazon.com Inc is doling out hiring bonuses as high as US$3,000 (RM12,260) to make sure it has enough people to squeak through the busy holiday shopping season. That’s stoking resentment among existing workers who recently got coupons for Thanksgiving turkeys as a thank you for their hard work.
MCMC tells the public to watch out for parody accounts while PDRM highlights a new anti-scam system.
The latest round of the gaming console wars has officially begun. Following a protracted standoff between Microsoft Corp and Sony Corp over which company would share their plans first, Microsoft blinked first, revealing its Xbox launch details this week.
More than half a million users joined a new Facebook group created by a critic of the powerful Thai king after the social media company blocked its predecessor under pressure from the government.
Online armies of self-styled Saudi patriots riding a wave of state-led nationalism attack critics and what they call “traitors” of the kingdom – but their growing clout has left the government uneasy.
US President Donald Trump may be lagging in the polls, but his nickname for his opponent is finding traction on social media sites. "Sleepy Joe” even garnered more posts than the Super Bowl and the musical "Hamilton” so far this year, according to new research from Clemson University.
Chad says it has cut back the speed of the Internet to crimp the spread of messages "inciting hate" on social media.