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Traveling around with planes has become a new lifestyle of Europeans as the economy developed rapidly. Although the destination can be reached by road transport, people will choose to travel by planes in order to save time. However, there is an increased awareness of environmental protection recently. A rising number of Europeans have discovered that the negative consequences of air travel. This has led to…

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Photo by NASA on Unsplash Imagine in the future, downloading a movie in less than one second, a 4K movie in 25 seconds or playing several online 4K videos smoothly on your phone. This seemingly unimaginable internet speed, 5G can make it! However, are you willing to swap accurate weather forecast for it? 5G era is approaching, seriously affecting the U.S. weather forecast Fifth Generation Wireless Technology, or…

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One month after the general election was held, the General Elections Commission (KPU) of Indonesia finally announced the election results. Joko Widodo won again by gaining 55.5% of votes, while his opponent Prabowo Subianto got only 44.5%. Although Widodo won comfortably this time (last time only won by a thin margin of 6%), Subianto and his supporters took to the streets to protest against the…

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Photo/ unsplash KOLs and bloggers pay attention! TechCrunch, an American technology news webpage, reported on 20 May that a database with personal contact information of millions of influential users was found online. The details presumably belonged to KOLs and bloggers with a certain number of followers. TechCrunch then tracked back to Chtrbox, a social media marketing company based in Mumbai. Details like email address, telephone…

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Photo/MemePR Sbot user interface preview (provided by MemePR) Customer service (CS) is the crucial front line of communication between the company and customers. It is also the key to foster brand loyalty. With the arrival of the era of advanced Internet development, consumers do not expect to communicate with companies through phone calls and emails, social platforms and communication software have replaced and acted as…

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Photo/ unsplash Humans have been burning fossil fuels since the Industrial Revolution and the ecology has now reached the breaking point in carbon dioxide (CO2) level. In order to purify the harmful emissions in the air which lead to global warming, an Icelandic geologist, the “Alchemist of the 21st century”, has turned CO2 into rocks in two years by injecting it into volcanic basalt soil…

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Photo/ unsplash As the rainy season in Thailand begins, north-eastern provinces which rely heavily on agriculture hold the Rocket Festival, a traditional activity to pray for rain in Thailand. Farmers launch simple self-made giant rockets to ask for rainfall and bumper harvest, attracting a large number of tourists to take part in the event. Rocket Festival, or in Thai Bun Bang Fai, is a traditional…

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Photo/ unsplash WhatsApp, the communication software of 1.5 billion users worldwide, has now become an indispensable application for global smartphone users. However, WhatsApp has recently been confirmed to have a security vulnerability which allows hackers to implant malware for remote monitoring without the users’ knowledge. WhatsApp stated that the exact affected number was not yet known, but it has issued an update on 10 May…

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Photo/ The briefing session for investors in Taipei, which received great responses The Taoyuan Hutoushan Innovation Hub will open in June! The Department of Economic Development of Taoyuan organized a briefing session in Innosquare on 8 May with some new Tech ventures such as Tatung System Technologies Inc., Institute for Information Industry and MemePR. The Taipei briefing session which aimed to stimulate Taoyuan entrepreneurial environment…

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