Automotive

US report: Nearly 400 crashes of automated tech vehicles

Automakers reported nearly 400 crashes over a 10-month period involving vehicles with partially automated driver-assist systems, including 273 with Teslas, according to statistics released Wednesday by U.S. safety regulators.

Software

Democratizing the urban planning process

If you've lived in New York City any length of time, it might have happened to you: you get word that a big-name developer plans to erect a new high-rise building right on your block that will dwarf those around it or you ...

Tencent-backed tech giant's hit game 'banned in India'

Tech giant Sea, which is backed by China's Tencent, has apologised to users in India after its popular Free Fire game was reportedly among dozens of apps hit with a ban on national security concerns.

Business

Philippine Airlines exits US bankruptcy

Philippine Airlines has said it has emerged from bankruptcy after a US court approved its plan to slash up to $2 billion in debt and obtain additional capital.

Internet

EXPLAINER: What is the metaverse and how will it work?

The term "metaverse" is the latest buzzword to capture the tech industry's imagination—so much so that one of the best-known internet platforms is rebranding to signal its embrace of the futuristic idea.

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