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Glide and clean the room

Glide and clean the room

Dyson has been coming up with new versions of their vacuum cleaner every few years, adding new features and functions along the way. For 2021, they have built a cordless compact vacuum that suits small rooms and condominiums.

21 Jul 2021
Don't get caught out on camera

Don't get caught out on camera

- In the new Covid world, office workers are now regularly in meetings from home. Many of these meetings these days now also include a video feed. The first thing others in the call do when someone pops up, is to check the background and immediately zoom in, mentally or physically, on anything that seems out of place in the background. Last night's dishes, haphazardly discarded clothing and even a pot plant seemingly out of place will be the object of interest. Some use a green screen behind them and have an image placed on that by software.

21 Jul 2021

Peking University joins China's semiconductor push

HONG KONG: China's prestigious Peking University has set up a semiconductor school to train chip engineers and technicians, joining a nationwide frenzy to create new chip colleges as part of Beijing's drive to boost semiconductor self-sufficiency.

19 Jul 2021 5
Peking University joins China's semiconductor push
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22 Jul 2021

NT's plan for 5G yet to emerge

National Telecom (NT), a merged unit of CAT Telecom and TOT, has yet to come up with a clear plan for its 5G business as its board remains unconvinced by management's proposal, according to a source at the board who requested anonymity.

22 Jul 2021 1
22 Jul 2021

Initiative aims to provide talent for the EV industry

SET-listed Energy Absolute Plc (EA), a renewable energy developer and operator, has teamed up with Rajamangala University of Technology Isan (RMUTI) to produce university graduates with new technological skills to serve EA-run battery and electric vehicle (EV) production facilities in Chachoengsao.

22 Jul 2021
Initiative aims to provide talent for the EV industry
21 Jul 2021

BSA pushing for licensed software

The upsurge in unlicensed software usage is attributed to the rise of remote work and megastructure project development, according to BSA | The Software Alliance, a global software advocate, and the police's Economic Crime Suppression Division (ECD).

21 Jul 2021
BSA pushing for licensed software
21 Jul 2021

Glide and clean the room

Dyson has been coming up with new versions of their vacuum cleaner every few years, adding new features and functions along the way. For 2021, they have built a cordless compact vacuum that suits small rooms and condominiums.

21 Jul 2021
Glide and clean the room
21 Jul 2021

Don't get caught out on camera

- In the new Covid world, office workers are now regularly in meetings from home. Many of these meetings these days now also include a video feed. The first thing others in the call do when someone pops up, is to check the background and immediately zoom in, mentally or physically, on anything that seems out of place in the background. Last night's dishes, haphazardly discarded clothing and even a pot plant seemingly out of place will be the object of interest. Some use a green screen behind them and have an image placed on that by software.

21 Jul 2021
Don't get caught out on camera
20 Jul 2021

'Hotel Rwanda' activist's daughter hits out at spying claims

KIGALI: The daughter of detained "Hotel Rwanda" hero and outspoken government critic Paul Rusesabagina lashed out Tuesday after a media probe found indications she had been spied on using the Israeli malware Pegasus.

20 Jul 2021 3
'Hotel Rwanda' activist's daughter hits out at spying claims
20 Jul 2021

Future tech fears

Generations Z and X in Southeast Asia are less afraid about future technologies such as biometrics, smart appliances, robotic devices and deepfakes, while Millennials and Boomers have their guard up, according to the multinational security firm Kaspersky.

20 Jul 2021
Future tech fears
19 Jul 2021

US, allies accuse China of global cyber hacking campaign

WASHINGTON: The United States and a coalition of allies accused China on Monday of a global cyber hacking campaign that employed contract hackers, specifically attributing a large Microsoft attack disclosed earlier this year to actors working on Beijing's behalf.

19 Jul 2021 15
US, allies accuse China of global cyber hacking campaign
19 Jul 2021

Peking University joins China's semiconductor push

HONG KONG: China's prestigious Peking University has set up a semiconductor school to train chip engineers and technicians, joining a nationwide frenzy to create new chip colleges as part of Beijing's drive to boost semiconductor self-sufficiency.

19 Jul 2021 5
Peking University joins China's semiconductor push
19 Jul 2021

50,000 phone numbers worldwide on list linked to Israeli spyware: reports

WASHINGTON: An Israeli firm accused of supplying spyware to governments has been linked to a list of 50,000 smartphone numbers, including those of activists, journalists, business executives and politicians around the world, according to reports Sunday.

19 Jul 2021 9
50,000 phone numbers worldwide on list linked to Israeli spyware: reports