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Facebook Inc’s final policy changes in the lead-up to US elections in November are unlikely to stem a flood of disinformation around the vote, which could suppress turnout and sow confusion about results, election experts said on Friday.
Millions of South Korean students were ordered back to online classes on Aug 25 and Mexico launched a nationwide televised schooling programme, highlighting the deepening crisis for children as the coronavirus pandemic drags into a ninth month.
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.
Residents in South-East Asia’s bustling cities who face the dilemma of leaving windows open for fresh air but enduring traffic sounds, could find quiet with new noise-cancelling technology developed by researchers in Singapore.
Argentina plans to put into orbit a satellite with new precision technology in the coming days, to monitor felling of its native forests round the clock and accurately measure forest carbon stocks in a bid to help curb climate change, scientists said.
A new online platform aims to connect people who can plant trees with investors with millions of dollars to spend, its backers said, in a bid to stem deforestation worldwide.
With Facebook's adoption of permanent remote work on May 21, chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has untethered one of Silicon Valley's biggest companies from the place that incubated it.
Recent controversies could prompt the Cyberspace Administration of China to scrutinise the video game sector, analysts say. China is the industry’s biggest market, with more than 720 million gamers across mobile, desktop personal computer and console hardware.
Nintendo’s Animal Crossing has been an escape for many during the Covid-19 lockdown, and now it’s become a place for Hong Kong protesters to congregate without flouting social distancing rules.