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For a group of Filipino domestic helpers in Hong Kong, cricket is a chance to escape the difficulties of everyday life.
As European governments double down on restrictions, Greece has taken the additional step of moving all school and university tuition to remote classrooms to cope with an alarming rise of Covid-19 infections.
In a letter read at the opening ceremony of the 7th World Internet Conference in Wuzhen, Chinese president Xi Jinping emphasised the importance of digital technology amid the pandemic. China is ready to work with other countries to build a shared cyberspace community and ‘create an even better future for mankind’, he says.
The full extent of online cheating inspired by the pandemic – illicit Googling, friends texting answers to each other or sharing screen shots of exam questions in advance – can’t be measured, despite the new popularity of camera-monitoring, online proctoring and artificial intelligence to track students’ computer moves.
Every succeeding model of the BMW 3 Series is eagerly anticipated for leaps in design, performance and driving excitement.
BRUSSELS: EU antitrust enforcers face an uphill battle in tackling tech giants abusing their dominance because of the difficulty of finding remedies, the EU's budget watchdog said on Thursday in its first audit of the regulators.
eSports facilities providers have long been searching for the right business model – a feat made more challenging by Covid-19. Now one eSports company is following the likes of Netflix Inc and Amazon.com Inc into subscriptions.
THE Road Transport Department (JPJ) will be expanding its online services with additional payment kiosks in 50 strategic locations across the country.
A group of 165 companies and industry bodies have called on EU antitrust enforcers to take a tougher line against Google, saying the U.S. tech giant unfairly favours its own services on its web searches.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Charges against three News Corp