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Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Technology

Should governments control internet usage for teens?

China plans to limit access to gaming and entertainment apps for teens. China has announced plans to further regulate internet usage for teenagers in the country, reports confirmed, amid efforts by the government to battle...

Qatar sparks up nationwide electric vehicle project

Qatar plans to convert 25% of public transport to electric in 2022 - just in time for the World Cup - with 100% expected by 2030. Plans to establish an integrated network of electric car...

‘Toxic’ Instagram buried study that highlighted harmful impact on teens

Reports this week revealed how Instagram found its platform was harmful to teenage girls… but decided to hide the research. “We do more good than bad”.  Those were the words of Head of Instagram Adam Mosseri...

Apple unveils iPhone 13 with new features without bumping up prices 

The new Apple iPhone devices are set to mark a new milestone in technological innovation, meeting the needs of a tech-oriented generation.  Tech giant Apple introduced three models of the new iPhone 13 on Tuesday,...

Wearable technology could be the next big thing for diabetes

Non-invasive glucose monitors will be the holy grail of diabetes technology. As we make way into this decade, tech companies are rushing to predict what the next life-changing product category will be. To understand what that...

What happens if you cause ‘trouble’ online?

The ministry issued a statement warning against attempts to destabilise national security.  Qatari authorities have warned against sharing comments and posts online that could incite strife and division among society, amid heightened debates over the...
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