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Australia on Feb 25 passed a world-first law aimed at forcing Google and Facebook Inc to pay for news. But after a forceful intervention from the world’s biggest social network, the reality is Silicon Valley’s titans are paying a small price for cementing their influence over the media industry.
(Reuters) - The UK government on Wednesday welcomed new measures introduced by Instagram to tackle online abuse in the wake of racist messages aimed at soccer players, but called for more action to be taken to stamp out the problem.
Having a coach for an eSports teams is becoming the norm in the highly competitive environment with payouts in the millions of dollars.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - At least three recruiters approach Singapore-based software engineer Xiao Yuguang every day with job offers.
Bars and restaurants rely on myriad tools of the trade, from cocktail shakers to chef’s knives. And then there’s the kitchen instrument the pandemic has made all the more essential: Instagram.
BEIJING, Jan. 26 (Xinhua) -- Chinese scientists have fostered innovation in the protection and utilization of livestock and poultry breeds during the 13th Five-Year Plan period (2016-2020), supporting the country's high-quality development of the animal husbandry industry, the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) said Tuesday.
The American far right is angry: Angry at Joe Biden, angry at Donald Trump, angry at the enigmatic “Q” and angry with themselves.
Once a leader, Xiami saw its monthly active users (MAUs) fall to 22.4 million by October 2020, a tiny fraction of the 450 million for Tencent’s three music apps. Founder Wang Hao’s laid back style was reflected in Xiami’s philosophy of focusing on the music first but it may have also contributed to the decline.
LONDON (Reuters) - Daimler AG's unveiled a new display screen on Thursday that will cover almost the entire dashboard of its luxury Mercedes-Benz models, in a bid to outdo Tesla Inc's hallmark touchscreen infotainment system.
Elderly influencers are trending in China’s youth-led social media but will fashionable grandmas live on?
In China there is a growing audience, and pool of talent, for content that caters for the country’s elderly generation. The number of products aimed at the elderly increased by 78% in 2019 versus 2017 and the number of brands almost doubled.