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Saturday June 19, 2021


Can old traditions and tech help Singapore reach zero waste?
Singapore sees its traditional rag and bone collectors as key to its sustainability plans.


Friday June 18, 2021


Facebook tests ads in virtual reality headsets
The ads will appear in only a few games at first as the firm assesses users' reactions.

HarmonyOS: Hands-on with Huawei's rival to Android
BBC Click's Chris Fox explores what Huawei's new operating system can do.

Climate change: UN virtual talks make little progress
Three weeks of talks see little movement amid worries about the impact of Covid on poorer nations.

TikTok owner ByteDance sees its earnings double in 2020
China's biggest technology companies have been coming under increasing scrutiny both at home and abroad.

Giant rhino fossils in China show new species was 'taller than giraffe'
The Paraceratherium linxiaense was taller than a giraffe and weighed as much as four large African elephants.

ICO watchdog 'deeply concerned' over live facial recognition
The Information Commissioner says the technology could be used "excessively or even recklessly".

Police to crack down on drones flown dangerously
Anyone flouting the rules faces having their drone confiscated, being fined or even imprisonment.

How market research reveals what you really think
By sifting and analysing huge amounts of data, market researchers say they can find out what's on your mind.


Thursday June 17, 2021


Pornhub videos: Women sue, alleging lack of consent
More than 30 women say private or non-consensual videos of them were uploaded to the site.

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