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US travel management firm CWT paid US$4.5mil (RM19.08mil) to hackers who stole reams of sensitive corporate files and said they had knocked 30,000 computers offline, according to a record of the ransom negotiations seen by Reuters.
Two very different experiences, two of the PS4's highest-rated exclusives. Fantastic dune-to-dreamworld trek Journey and three-game action spectacular The Nathan Drake Collection are available for free on PlayStation 4 from April 15 to May 6.
Covid-19: inbound travellers from Europe, US to be issued Bluetooth quarantine wristbands at Hong Kong airport
Authorities will also help users install an accompanying mobile app. The latest move comes amid complaints that a previous version of the tracking device which relies on QR codes is not working properly.
Many travellers told to self-isolate have complained they never received the SMS message to initiate a smartphone app connected to the wristbands. Chief information officer apologises and says staff will work out kinks in the system.
Constant temperature checks, a "no mask, no service" ethos, and high-tech people-tracking: welcome to the new normal in China, where reminders of the country's national mobilisation against the coronavirus lurk around every corner.
Masks could be preventing China’s massive surveillance system from reading faces fully, according to AI scientists. Suspects who avoided home quarantine were at large for weeks, going to shopping malls, dining in restaurants and playing mahjong in entertainment centres.
The free, online convention about story-based games returns April 24-27, with panel talks, couch chats, behind-the-scenes content as well as demos and sales.
Juice jacking is the devious practice by which bad guys hijack a public USB charging port and use it to steal information from your phone or tablet.
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.
Flying taxis, once the purview of science-fiction films such as The Fifth Element, might soon be a staple of urban transport, as better batteries and innovative designs make it cheaper, cleaner, and quieter to travel short distances by air.