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To mark International Women's Day, LifestyleTech talks to women who say that although entering the tech world has not been easy, they are making headway by working together.
DEMONSTRATORS from Thailand’s student-led pro-democracy movement held a peaceful protest outside Bangkok’s Criminal Court to bring public attention to the plight of several of their detained leaders.
(Reuters) - New Zealand police said on Thursday they have arrested two people following a threat made against the mosques that were the scene of mass murder by a white supremacist nearly two years ago.
TikTok owner ByteDance is working on a Clubhouse-like app for China, sources familiar with the matter said, as the global success of the US-based audio chat service inspires a rush of copycats in the country.
HO CHI MINH CITY (Vietnam News/ANN): Companies are expected to implement digital strategies to continue to reach customers, experts said while alluding to trends in the e-commerce market this year.
From WeChat to Clubhouse: Xiaomi turns messaging app into social audio platform after shutting it down
Chinese smartphone giant Xiaomi overhauled its defunct messaging app MiTalk, turning it into an invite-only audio chat platform for professionals. Since Clubhouse was banned in China, several similar apps have been vying to take its place, including Dizhua, Tiya and Two, backed by billionaire Justin Sun.
(Reuters) - When he heard soldiers had taken power in Myanmar again, Thar Lon Zaung Htet hurried to the office of his news agency in Yangon, grabbed a few essentials and carefully locked up.
China has this week imposed its tightest restrictions to date on the publication of original content online via short video and “self-media” accounts, in the latest escalation of its ongoing crackdown on public discourse.
SHANGHAI: Skincare and beauty company L’Oreal Group is working hard to carry out its “good consumption” pledge made during the China International Import Expo, with a torrent of new store openings and campaign launches targeting the Chinese market within a month.
Japanese policymakers must keep open the option of toughening regulations on technology giants if an e-commerce law introduced this month does not work as expected, said a lawmaker overseeing the ruling party’s deliberations on competition policy.