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Demand for e-books is growing rapidly during the pandemic, with public libraries catching on the trend and offering digital versions of its books, a survey finds.
Chinese lab says it made a breakthrough in 6G mobile technology as global standards-setting race heats up
Government-backed institute Purple Mountain Laboratories says it has made 6G speed breakthrough. Project’s breakthrough was achieved in collaboration with telecoms giant China Mobile and Fudan University.
The most basic everyday activities, from working to shopping and going to school, have completely transformed during the Covid-19 pandemic, and may never be the same again.
Trained robot monitored co-worker’s brain and muscle signals to predict needs, China Three Gorges University team says in domestic peer-reviewed paper. China is in dire need of more powerful robotic technology to address its problems of a shrinking workforce and rising labour costs.
Called Smart Dog Collar, it records and analyses the animal’s slightest movements and breathing, in order to warn its owner in case of an irregularity.
(Reuters) - U.S. telecom companies and airlines have been fighting for weeks over the potential impact of 5G wireless services on aircraft, in stark contrast to the rollout of new-generation services elsewhere, which has broadly gone ahead without airing new safety concerns.
Experts say governments have always spread disinformation to maintain power. But the rise of the Internet makes it much easier to influence public discussion and create confusion around issues.
A recent study found that Malaysian students who spent too much time online for both lessons and socialising were feeling increasingly burnt out, depressed and anxious.
US student Kayley Chan created an online course to teach younger students about cyber threats and how to be safe.