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When your boss becomes a hologram

Google, Microsoft, and a slew of startups are experimenting with 3D communications

The fog of cyberwar descends on Ukraine and Russia

Hackers are attacking both countries, but their allegiances and motives are often murky

Nordic welfare model offers lessons on how to raise birth rates

Northern European countries buck the trend of plunging fertility in the midst of the global Covid-19 pandemic

Empty streets and strict regulations deter tourists from visiting Thailand

The country’s attempt to jump-start tourism may be hurt by the absence of the very businesses foreign visitors come for

Loop Mission saving the world, one mango at a time

The company buys unwanted fruit and makes it into juice

New airline to offer cheaper flights to Asia via Alaska

Northern Pacific Airways aims to start flying later this year and plans to connect price-sensitive leisure travellers between the US and Asia via  Alaska

China fails to hold up its end of the bargain, but Biden ‘lacks policy to act’

One year Into his term, Republicans are exploiting his inability to pass legislation that would clarify his position

Microsoft bets real money on a virtual universe

The metaverse is mostly confined to gaming now, but Microsoft’s $69bn offer for Activision Blizzard shows Big Tech reckons it could be on the scale of the ...

Tesla powers towards home and grid energy storage

Many customers already have the company’s key products: an electric car, solar panels and a home battery

Wall Street chases profits in China

Despite political tensions, banks and money managers desperately want to compete on the mainland

Covid-19 pandemic spurs luxury brands retailers to focus on online sales

Online sales of luxury goods have surged during the Covid-19 pandemic and retailers are no longer treating their e-commerce operations as an afterthought

Italy’s presidential vote — how it works and what’s at stake

Shrouded in secrecy, the complicated process to elect the president is often compared to the papal conclave which elects the head of the Roman Catholic Church

Cloth diaper start-up makes it through Covid-19 and then some

Shortly after Esembly was launched, Covid-19 hit and shops began running low on disposable diapers, spurring demand for alternatives

BIG READ: Google’s smart snapshots and scientists are helping to save the planet

Little-known Earth Engine is helping nonprofits and researchers to manage deforestation, floods and droughts

Vietnam battles to get factories running again

Many workers are opting to stay put after being sent home when the Delta variant of Covid-19 hit the country

Will WeWork work?

Company believes there is a great need to accommodate workforces splitting their time between home and the office