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Reality finally set in for Rony Abovitz in May. The augmented reality headset that had been under development for nine years inside his company, Magic Leap Inc, had been a colossal flop.
If not for the incident that went viral involving Universiti Malaysia Sabah student Veveonah Mosibin, who was forced to climb a tree to get an Internet connection to sit for an online examination, most people would have remained blissfully unaware that not all Malaysians enjoy high-speed Internet access.
A minivan with a WiFi router attached to the dashboard and a satellite antenna on the roof is helping 200 disadvantaged students in Santa Ana, close to Los Angeles, cope with the rigors of distance learning during the coronavirus pandemic.
Millions of kids in the US headed back to school this month and most of them will be spending at least part of their class time remotely, relying on computers, tablets and fast broadband to connect with teachers.
TikTok – a video sharing app for a generation that keeps little to itself – is inspiring ardent loyalty from users who say its dance videos and candid expressions of teen reality help them feel connected during the socially limiting coronavirus pandemic.
Kids are cueing up a video that plays the sound of a garbled Zoom call so it seems like they tried to answer when a teacher calls on them during online lessons.
German authorities said on Sept 17 that an apparently misdirected ransomware attack caused the failure of IT systems at a major hospital in Duesseldorf, and a woman who needed urgent admission died after she had to be taken to another city for treatment.
A group of users of the messaging app say the president’s executive order is unconstitutional and discriminates against Chinese-Americans. US Department of Justice says WeChat users will not face civil or criminal penalties.
Silicon Valley investors are increasing bets on a Pittsburgh company that turns a venerable machine of the past century of industrialisation – the forklift – into a driver of the e-commerce boom.
Some US college students are doing the once-improbable: blowing the whistle on classmates who break rules aimed at stemming the spread of the coronavirus.