25 May 2020


Qatar virus tracing app stirs rare privacy backlash (13)
Author: AFP Update: 25.05.2020 05:15 A masked man checks his phone in Qatar where residents and citizens have been required by law to install a coronavirus contact tracing app on their handsets since Friday / © AFP Privacy concerns over Qatar's coronavirus contact tracing app, a tool that is mandatory on pain of prison, have prompted a rare backlash and forced officials to offer reassurance and concessions.
China strongly condemns U.S. blacklisting dozens of its firms (2)
China's foreign ministry on Monday expressed "strong dissatisfaction" and "firm opposition" to the move as it defended the government's crackdown in Xinjiang, saying that "counter-terrorism measures" were taken "to prevent the breeding of terrorism and extremism at the source." Bloomberg| Last Updated: May 25, 2020, 06.45 PM IST China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Sunday warned U.S.
Realme Watch with 14 sports modes launched at Rs 3,999 (2)
TIMESOFINDIA.COM | May 25, 2020, 14:04 IST NEW DELHI: Realme has launched its first smartwatch in India. Called Realme Watch, the device comes in Black colour with silicone straps in classic design and fashion design.
Samsung's ECG monitoring app approved by Korean regulator (2)
The Samsung Health Monitor app with the ECG function will be available on the Galaxy Watch Active2 sometime during the third quarter. By Cho Mu-Hyun | May 24, 2020 - 23:00 GMT (16:00 PDT) Samsung has announced the electrocardiogram (ECG) measuring function for its health app has been approved for use by South Korea's Ministry of Food and Drug Safety. The ECG feature of the Samsung Health Monitor app aims to measure and
Opinion: Post-pandemic world needs better globalization, not less (3)
Video PlayerClose Tourists admire the skyline view of Lujiazui area at the Bund in Shanghai, east China, Jan. 6, 2020. (Xinhua/Wang Xiang) The upsides of globalization are unmistakable, and will not be wiped out by a single global crisis.
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