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  1. FILE PHOTO: The Apple Inc logo is seen hanging at the entrance to the Apple store on 5th Avenue in

    Apple removes thousands of games from China app store, says research firm

    Apple Inc removed 29,800 apps from its Chinese app store on Saturday, including more than 26,000 games, according to data from research firm Qimai.
  2. A photo illustration shows the Covid Tracker Ireland app in Galway

    Northern Ireland launches UK's first COVID-19 tracker app

    Northern Ireland on Friday launched the United Kingdom's first COVID-19 tracing app, and the first one that can also trace users in another ...
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    Commentary: Why is a consumer watchdog suing Google?

    Google hasn’t been straight about how it uses our data as Australia’s consumer watchdog sues the tech giant, says Dr Katharine Kemp.
  4. A man walks past a Grab office in Singapore

    Commentary: Grab’s new platform fee may have raised eyebrows but it is nothing out of the ordinary

    While consumers might not even notice the difference, it is worth understanding the price dynamics and how Grab has changed over the years, says ...
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    Fears over COVID-19 accelerating shift to cashless economy in US | Video

    While the United States has been slow to adopt mobile payments, the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated its transition into a cashless ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: Huawei logo at Huawei Technologies France in Boulogne-Billancourt

    Huawei cuts India revenue target by up to 50per cent, laying off staff: Report

    Chinese telecom company Huawei Technologies Co has cut its India revenue target for 2020 by up to 50per cent and is laying off more than half of ...
  7. The Apple Watch Hermes Series 5 40mm with a double tour leather strap

    If you thought the luxury smartwatch was a one-off gimmick, think again

    They’re not for everyone, and certainly not even in the interests of most traditional watch brands, but the ones that are bravely forging ahead in ...
  8. Illustration picture of Tiktok with U.S. flags

    Commentary: Would using TikTok really have national security implications?

    Blacklisting companies based on country of origin or cited national security concerns sets a dangerous precedent, says an observer.