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Shades of Ultraman and Godzilla and, perhaps, a chance to defend trapped corgi dogs, in a new title from the studio behind Bayonetta and Nier: Automata.
Thailand's prime minister and the army denied on Wednesday opposition accusations in parliament that the military targets political opponents and rights activists with online propaganda campaigns run from fake accounts on Facebook and Twitter.
Moscow is using facial recognition technology to ensure people ordered to remain at home or at their hotels under coronavirus quarantine do so, the mayor of the Russian capital said on Feb 21.
With schools remaining closed during coronavirus outbreak, China launches national remote learning platforms
A new national cloud learning platform will provide junior and senior high school students with study resources online. At the same time, educational content will be broadcast on national TV for primary school students.
Thailand's telecoms regulator raised 100.52 billion baht (RM13.35bil) in 5G spectrum auctions on Feb 16, with operators snapping up 48 licenses ahead of an expected commercial rollout later this year.
The Nintendo Playstation Super NES CD-ROM Prototype – believed to be the unit from the gaming companies' failed collaboration – is up for grabs, going for RM1.79mil on auction.
Cancel, delay or go ahead: the organisers of industry events are faced with a difficult choice as international gatherings of thousands or even of tens of thousands of people pose a risk of spreading the COVID-19 virus.
A new commercial from airline SAS challenging the authenticity of Scandinavian traditions has provoked furore in the form of cyberattacks, a wave of social media anger, and bomb threats against the ad agency behind it.
Hunkered down at the epicentre of China's virus epidemic and cut off from the world, the remaining foreigners in Wuhan are eking out a life in fear.
The British government said on Feb 12 that it plans to allow its broadcast regulator to police the Internet and issue substantial fines when social media giants fail to remove "online harm".