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European Union lawmakers on Dec 2 voted in favour of a “right to disconnect” from the Internet and email, with around one third of people now working from home across the 27-nation bloc due in large part to coronavirus restrictions.
It's been decided: Your child is finally ready for a mobile phone. Great – but then there's a cascade of other questions: Should they get a brand-new phone? How do you ensure they can use it safely?
For months, Bui Van Thuan, a chemistry teacher turned crusading blogger in Vietnam, published one scathing Facebook post after another on a land dispute between villagers and the communist government.
Remember those colourful mountains of metal in China after its bike-sharing boom went bust in 2017?
Taking pictures is child's play. But if your child is showing signs of a passion for photography, a camera designed for kids might not be your best option, experts say.
A solid sound and decent battery might be the first things you look for in a Bluetooth speaker, but if you plan on using it when you're out and about, the most important factor might just be its durability.
Facebook Inc bowed to a US judge’s concerns and proposed increasing its settlement offer to US$650mil (RM2.77bil) to resolve claims by users that the company illegally gathered biometric data through a photo-tagging tool.
Apart from her laptop and notes for e-learning, student Rose Nawie Anjap also has to bring along a parang to hack away the shrubs and bushes to create a comfortable spot to study in the jungle.
The Internet was abuzz late Saturday night with speculation that Anonymous – the decentralised hacker collective – had successfully disabled the Minneapolis Police Department website, in retaliation for the murder of George Floyd.
Christine Riel stared at the shopping list on her cellphone the same way Lewis and Clark might have once studied their maps, searching for a clear path forward while hoping to avoid any unnecessary backtracking.