More than 2.5bn active gamers sustain a multi-billion-dollar global gaming industry. Much of the industry’s growth is fuelled by advances in digital technology. Faster and more reliable Internet connections, smart phones, and 3D design software have turned today’s best-selling games into immersive
When a 16-year-old girl who has avowed air travel has to cross the Atlantic in a solar-powered race boat to speak at a conference on climate change while the Amazon rainforests are still burning in evidence to everything she has argued at the highest public forums, it is evident that adults
Patients who spend the night in the emergency room may get much less rest than patients who sleep in beds in hospital rooms, a small study suggests. For the study, researchers surveyed 49 emergency room patients waiting to be admitted to the hospital and 44 people already admitted to inpatient wards
The Big Tech, despite its overarching global reach, is facing tough times with a growing trust deficit, both from the users and regulators. More so in the European Union, which has been the most aggressive jurisdiction so far in trying to rein in superstars like Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google.
If anything, Imran Khan — the wildly popular opposition politician who would be prime minister — has found out, in his very first year in power, the chasm that exists between the dream and reality of governing Pakistan. Few question his sincerity.
The smoke is still rising from the Amazon as fires smoulder in the world’s largest rain forest. The blazes triggered a wave of global outrage over the loss of precious trees. But California says it has a plan to keep tropical forests standing.