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Locked down in an alternate reality while animals peer in through our windows is not a bad thing – until the trolls and Auld Lang Syne get started. Is virtual travel, till recently a jaded sport, going to take off?
It’s so easy to get devices connected nowadays that you sometimes forget about the connections you have made, which is a potential security problem that could leave you vulnerable to a miserable experience.
Before Covid-19, most Americans likely hadn’t heard of 3D printing. If they had, it probably conjured visions of tinkerers and techies in their garages obsessing over Dungeons & Dragons figurines. Or worse, they remember it had something to do with plastic guns.
More than 5,000 people took part over the weekend in a virtual "hackathon" in Switzerland to generate fresh ideas for how to deal with and combat Covid-19, organisers said on March 6.
THIS week, as Americans, Europeans and the rest of the world logged on to work from home en masse, China is just coming back online.
The banging comes first, followed by the screaming. I could try to blot out the noise and carry on, but proximity to family is supposed to be one of the benefits of working from home.
For traditional investors, hunting high-yielding returns in an era of ultra-low interest rates, crypto miners could offer a tempting proposition.
HOMEDEC returns from Oct 17 to 20 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre with 350 exhibitors taking up 1,200 booths.
HTC has revealed the final version of its new virtual reality headset, the Vive Cosmos. The headset will be available on Oct 3