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Dogs like Sota can recognise a chemical coating on memory storage chips called triphenylphosphine oxide, more commonly known as TPPO.
With crimson walls and violet, yellow and red awnings, it’s a building that few people in Cotonou, the tranquil economic capital of Benin, are likely to miss.
Sony on June 11 gave the world the first look at its upcoming PlayStation 5, along with a glimpse at action-packed games being tailored for the next-generation consoles.
It’s only 5pm on a Saturday in Los Angeles, but the Zone — a 16-room virtual club on the videoconferencing app Zoom — is already in full swing.
A glitch in Hong Kong’s electronic tracking system, designed to ensure people under compulsory quarantine orders stay at home, could potentially allow many to go outside undetected.
Students at an elementary school in the southern Taiwanese city of Kaohsiung have found their own unique way to fight the coronavirus and stay ahead of the curve in epidemic prevention – an automated disinfectant dispenser built from Lego.
There are now smart beds, pillows and headbands to help you fall asleep without having to count sheep.
As automotive brands prepare for the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, or plan to follow the current trend and skip it altogether, Volvo’s luxury marque unveiled a new all-electric concept vehicle a week ahead of time during a live video broadcast on Feb 25.
A connected world means paying for gas with your voice and sensing when a plant needs water.
In 2019 AI became a political, human rights and trade issue. Where does this leave China’s AI superstars?
Some of China’s most prominent AI start-ups were put on a US trade blacklist this year, as the industry faces greater scrutiny from the world’s largest economy.