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With calls for police reform and protests across the United States, software engineer Bryant Young is hoping to use virtual reality (VR) to fight racism.
From the outside, the house is a typical upmarket residence in Niamey, but inside it looks like no other.
Myanmar’s wireless broadband Internet services were shut down on April 2 by order of the military, local providers said, as protesters continued to defy the threat of lethal violence to oppose the junta’s takeover.
A former US ambassador wants Google to do to Telegram what it did to Parler.
(Reuters) - Working in close quarters, surrounded by maps of the Middle East, a small team based in Israel’s foreign ministry are focusing their sights on the Arab world.
Twitch has joined the widening movement to deplatform Donald Trump from Internet services, following the rioting and violence by a pro-Trump horde on Jan 6 in Washington, D.C.
New York-based businesswoman Ruth Harrigan usually sells her honey and beeswax products in souvenir shops. But with Covid-19 pausing tourism, she’s been almost entirely dependent on Facebook ads to drive online sales.
Growing up, Naseem Badar heard stories from her parents, uncles and aunts of how they fled for their lives from their village in northern India amidst bloody riots during the Partition and made their way to the newly created country of Pakistan.
After the coronavirus outbreak hit Indonesia, charity worker Harry Machmud in May asked volunteers to map handwashing stations across the sprawling archipelago.
Bangladesh will lift Internet restrictions imposed on nearly a million Rohingya refugees, a senior official said on Monday, ahead of the third anniversary of their exodus from Myanmar.