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Up to four players can now join the same Fortnite games through the same console and TV, thanks to a version 11.30 update that went live on Dec 12.
Singapore’s YouTrip wants to eliminate pesky foreign transaction fees for South-East Asian travellers
Caecilia Chu decided to launch YouTrip after realising that she frequently had to fork out foreign transaction fees on her credit card when travelling. Her startup offers users a multicurrency mobile wallet using mid-market exchange rates, with no foreign transaction fees.
A Silicon Valley startup has completed what appears to be the first commercial freight cross-country trip by an autonomous truck, which finished a 2,800-mile-run from Tulare, California to Quakertown, Pennsylvania for Land O'Lakes in under three days. The trip was smooth like butter, 40,000 pounds of it.
Apps that let you book a ride to work or borrow a car for your next vacation are feeding into a revolution in auto insurance – while also raising some privacy red flags.
Sky's the limit optimism about self-driving cars is giving way to tougher questions about how expensive automotive artificial intelligence will ever make a profit.
Food and financial services now make up more than 50% of Grab’s gross merchandise volume, according to Lim Kell Jay, the regional head of GrabFood. The margins for food delivery are better than for ride-hailing, Lim says.
As protests jolt Hong Kong business, organisations are adapting by going digital, switching to video-conferencing app Zoom to conduct online investor briefings and virtual lectures.
The 5G rollout should quicken next year as more countries install base stations and networking equipment
In 2020, will the wow factor return to consumer hardware? Will blockchain and 5G punch into the mainstream? Or will the world unify against Big Tech's privacy-busting, tax-avoiding practices?
A former trader launched a non-profit that aims to turn cars into rolling wallets able to autonomously make and receive payments in a virtual currency.
Almost 20,000 global AI companies now developing technologies ranging from self-driving cars to medical algorithms.