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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Torn between a love of sport, public health fears and Novak Djokovic's Grand Slam record bid, Australia is suffering a bout of hesitancy as it considers whether unvaccinated players should be allowed to compete at the Australian Open.
How can a mobile app make life better for a person with no home? That question is driving an Arizona State University course that teaches students how to code and address different challenges faced by the homeless population.
TOKYO (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Japan’s former Princess Mako and her newly wedded husband Kei Komuro appeared as a couple in public for the first time after their marriage on Tuesday (Oct 26).
In March, a group of researchers inside Facebook Inc compiled a report for one of the company’s most powerful executives, chief product officer Chris Cox. The paper included a series of charts and data highlighting a troubling trend that seemed to be accelerating: Facebook was losing popularity with teens and young adults.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Princess Mako, the emperor's niece, on Tuesday married her college sweetheart, a commoner named Kei Komuro, by submitting documents to register her marriage, after a long engagement marked by intense media scrutiny and opposition.
PETALING JAYA: A total of 16 company directors have been picked up by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) for alleged misappropriation of funds under the Malaysian Indian Community Transformation Unit (Mitra).
Research, analysis and commentary contained in a vast trove of internal documents indicate that the company’s own employees have studied and debated the issue of misinformation and harmful content at length, and many of them have reached the same conclusion: Facebook’s own products and policies make the problem worse.
TOKYO (AFP): Japan's Princess Mako finally marries her university sweetheart Kei Komuro on Tuesday, (Oct 26) but it won't be a lavish affair, with the couple forgoing traditional rites after years of controversy.
LOCAL eyewear retailer Season Optical has spent more than RM1mil to not only provide free eye screening and spectacles to the underprivileged, but also thousands of rice packs to families feeling the impact of Covid-19.