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Past generations of kids could escape in-person bullying by going home after school, expert said. But the pervasiveness of social media means today’s generation can be cyberbullied anywhere, anytime.
Digi and ZTE continue upgrading 4G infrastructure for better mobile data experience
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore has started trialing robots to patrol public areas and deter poor social behaviour in its latest effort to further augment its strong portfolio of surveillance tools.
Australia, Malaysia, Singapore join forces to test digital currencies ‘blueprint’ but US remains ‘sceptical’
The Bank for International Settlements’ project will look at allowing institutions to transact in the digital currencies (CBDCs) issued by the other central banks. China, Hong Kong, Thailand and the United Arab Emirates are working on a separate project to study the feasibility of using CBDCs for cross-border payments.
As fallen biotech star Elizabeth Holmes goes to trial, selection of an impartial jury could be a challenge due to the high profile nature of her case.
The fifth generation (5G) technology standard for broadband cellular networks will cover half of Singapore by the end of 2022 and the coverage will envelope the whole island by the close of 2025, Minister for Trade and Industry Gan Kim Yong said on Monday (Aug 23).
SOTOMO, Chile (Reuters) - After half an hour's windswept journey on foot and by boat through a craggy forested estuary to the school he attends in remote southern Chile, Diego Guerrero can finally access the internet.
The UK is looking to adopt hydrogen as a cleaner energy source, though its use to heat homes could prove to be an expensive challenge to overcome.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Jay Y. Lee, convicted of bribery and embezzlement, has qualified for parole.
Dr Marc Feingold, a primary care doctor in Manalapan, has been spending plenty of time with his patients in recent weeks trying to debunk misinformation about the Covid-19 vaccine, falsehoods heard everywhere from Facebook and the TV networks to New Jersey radio, including Bill Spadea’s popular New Jersey morning-drive talk show.