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An industry that seemed existentially threatened at the start of the pandemic is showing signs of life.
Using social media, hundreds of Lebanese have offered shelter to strangers displaced by a devastating blast, which Beirut’s governor said may have left 250,000 people homeless.
When a coronavirus lockdown confined Malaysians to their homes, street traders selling durians moved their pungent produce online – and have been enjoying an unexpected spike in demand.
In May, the ride-hailing firm said it was ready to move its office to Hong Kong if it was allowed to operate in the city legally. But on Thursday it said it had not received the required level of certainty from the Hong Kong government.
South Korea said it is investigating suspected safety issues with vehicles made by US automaker Tesla Inc, which is competing strongly with Hyundai Motor Co in the South Korean electric vehicle market.
Our lives continue to be enriched by the Internet – you could, for instance, borrow books via WhatsApp now – but it’s also rife with scams.
Uber Technologies Inc is bracing for a long summer of legal battles that could see the end of its reign in London and entitle its drivers to a long list of workers’ rights.
The founders of Berlin music-streaming app Soundcloud are launching an e-bike subscription startup, betting their experience in building a community of enthusiasts will ensure the venture is more sustainable than bike sharing.
Apple Inc assembly partner Pegatron Corp is making preparations for its first plant in India, adding to a large influx of foreign tech investments in the country this year.
You would not describe the relationship between Tim Cook and Margrethe Vestager as chummy. But when it comes to voice assistants, there is scope for the two to forge an uneasy alliance.