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By Jack Ramage

August 3, 2021

China’s war on ‘electronic drugs’: is online gaming an addiction risk for teenagers?

By Malavika Pradeep

August 3, 2021

Amazon will now pay you $10 in credit for a scan of your palm print

By Alma Fabiani

July 31, 2021

How smart toilets of the future will protect your health

By Alma Fabiani

July 28, 2021

Facebook is moving forward with Instagram for kids despite backlash

By Jack Ramage

July 27, 2021

Facebook assembles new team to work on Zuckerberg’s vision of a new digital universe, the Metaverse

By Malavika Pradeep

July 27, 2021

Citizen app is paying New Yorkers $25 an hour to livestream crime scenes

By Alma Fabiani

July 22, 2021

Instagram now offers an instant translation feature on Stories

By Alma Fabiani

July 19, 2021

South Korea is testing AI cameras to predict suicide attempts at bridges

By Jack Ramage

July 13, 2021

Should social media require ID to end online abuse? We look at the pros and cons

By Alma Fabiani

July 12, 2021

Crap to crypto: South Korean toilet turns excrement into power and digital currency

By Malavika Pradeep

July 12, 2021

Cold race for space: Did Richard Branson blindside Jeff Bezos with his Virgin Galactic flight?

By Alma Fabiani

July 7, 2021

Skin-like smart foam that allows robots to ‘feel’ objects can also self repair

By Screen Shot

July 6, 2021

How marketers utilise in-game mobile ads

By Alma Fabiani

July 5, 2021

Instagram is going after TikTok once again with complete new strategy, Adam Mosseri reveals

By Alma Fabiani

June 29, 2021

Amazon is now using algorithms to fire Flex delivery drivers

By Jack Ramage

June 19, 2021

Police in Hawaii spent $150K on a dystopian robo-dog to monitor the homeless

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