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Mobile apps tracing new Covid-19 cases were touted as a key part of Europe’s plan to beat the coronavirus outbreak. Seven months into the pandemic, virus cases are surging again and the apps have not been widely adopted due to privacy concerns, technical problems and lack of interest from the public.
They're a far cry from the ancient Roman chariots immortalised in the 1959 classic movie Ben-Hur, but critics say they can be just as dangerous in the wrong hands.
Remember those colourful mountains of metal in China after its bike-sharing boom went bust in 2017?
If you’ve assumed that TikTok is only for sharing over-the-top dance challenges, you might want to give the platform a second look.
Unable to protest on the streets, some in Zimbabwe are calling themselves “keyboard warriors” as they take to graffiti and social media to pressure a government that promised reform but is now accused of gross human rights abuses.
Turkey’s coronavirus tracking app is facing fire from privacy advocates for adding a feature allowing users to report social distancing rule violations, with the option to send photos.
In 2017 Google discontinued its Maps app for the Apple Watch. But now the most popular maps platform is returning to Apple's smartwatch.
From Delhi to Seoul, authorities have introduced mobile apps, temperature-check kiosks and smart bus shelters to make public transit safer as offices and businesses open after lockdowns to control the novel coronavirus.
Live footage transferred from ambulance to hospital and medical records available anywhere in an instant: Health care researchers hope that 5G, the hotly anticipated next generation of wireless Internet, will be transformational when it comes to delivering medical help in rural areas.
Boris Johnson’s UK government is restarting trials of its much-delayed coronavirus-tracing app, after a previous effort was abandoned, with a focus on privacy and helping people to track their own movements.