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The closing of classrooms and the switch to remote learning because of the coronavirus have left students in this school district on the sparsely populated fringe of the Navajo Nation in New Mexico profoundly isolated.
As every last Saturday of the month is slated to become national e-waste collection day in Malaysia, here's how you can play your part by properly disposing of unwanted electronic items.
Singles’ Day: Livestreaming e-commerce draws in viewers using giant pancakes, VR gaming and other gimmicks
Sellers use livestreaming to sell everything from bags of sweet potatoes to Cartier jewellery during annual Chinese shopping festival, the largest of its kind. Livestreaming e-commerce sees a burst of activity this year after getting a boost from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Nylon is a plastic material from the polyamide family that is used in all kinds of day-to-day accessories, like stockings, sports apparel and even certain toothbrushes.
Deciphering codes, climbing trees, reading signs: Geocaching requires participants to fully immerse themselves. For more than two decades, people have been searching for hidden spots all over the world, and the pandemic has barely slowed the activity's growing popularity.
In collaboration with Microsoft, researchers at several universities in the United States and China have developed an interactive smart fabric. Dubbed Capacitivo, it can recognise certain devices or even foods placed on its surface, thanks to inbuilt electrodes. It has a variety of potential uses.
Ozioma Egemasi says Nigerian police slapped, whipped and struck him with the butt of a pistol when he refused to pay them a bribe. Then he heard them discuss whether to kill him.
MCMC tells the public to watch out for parody accounts while PDRM highlights a new anti-scam system.
Singapore’s Ebb & Flow Group took an unusual route to creating one of its most popular food items: analysing more than 200,000 data points to predict customer preference and potential demand.
The new coronavirus may remain infectious for weeks on banknotes, glass and other common surfaces, according to research by Australia’s top biosecurity laboratory that highlights risks from paper currency, touchscreen devices and grab handles and rails.