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The United States on Aug 10 announced that a chunk of bandwidth long reserved for the military will be auctioned off to telecommunications firms for use in ultra-speedy 5G networks.
The coronavirus has forced Japan's notoriously fussy food shoppers to abandon doubts about online grocery stores, sending retailers such as Aeon Co scrambling to meet a surge in delivery demand.
As suggested, Fortnite will indeed show Christopher Nolan's 2010 feature Inception on June 26 in the lead up to the release of his 2020 film Tenet, though some territories will see Batman Begins or The Prestige instead.
Since Myanmar shut off the internet in two states a year ago, lawyer Oo Twan Hla, who was once able to check online when his cases were scheduled, said he must now travel through a war zone to read a signboard.
Canada is partnering with Shopify Inc volunteers and BlackBerry Ltd on a contact tracing application for Covid-19 as cases in the country breached 100,000.
Germany launched a coronavirus tracing app on June 16 that officials say is so secure even government ministers can use it, though developers acknowledge it isn't perfect yet.
Contact-tracing apps rolled out by Bahrain, Kuwait and Norway to track the spread of the coronavirus have endangered the privacy and security of hundreds of thousands of people by marking users’ locations in real time, human rights group Amnesty International said.
When giant cruise ships set sail again, with up to some 8,880 passengers and crew on board, they’ll be on the cutting edge of post-pandemic technology. They’ll have to be.
As more governments turn to tracing apps in the fight against the coronavirus, a deep-rooted tension between the need for public health information and privacy rights has been thrust into the spotlight.
Norwegian tech experts said on May 20 that a government app released to help trace the spread of the new coronavirus in the country, did not sufficiently protect personal “privacy”.