With France recently returning royal treasures taken from Benin in the 19th century, here is a recap of other disputes over artefacts looted from Europe's former African colonies
The functioning Apple-1, the great-great-grandfather of today's sleek chrome-and-glass Macbooks, is expected to fetch up to $600,000 at an auction in California
It is indeed in brick-and-mortar stores that people may first be able to experience Meta's metaverse. Internal documents reportedly detail a plan to open a series of retail outlets
Artworks by the likes of Marc Chagall, Henry Moore, and Fernand Leger are some of the important pieces making the United Nations headquarters in New York compound another attractive tourist stop in the Big Apple
Inspired by the Swedish activist Greta Thunberg and by Pakistani education rights champion Malala Yousafzai, Francisco became an environmental activist at the age of nine, in March 2019, when he saw images of wildfires scorching across the Amazon and the forests of Australia
Cinemas were shuttered back in March 2020 in a strict lockdown when the pandemic first hit. Now the Covid-battered theatres are trying to lure the audiences away from the booming OTT services
Some weak signals suggest that cigarettes could disappear from our lifestyles in the next few years. Could it be that we are slowly moving towards a world without tobacco?
According to the experts, global immunity against Covid-19 will be built layer upon layer, with vaccines adding to immunity from natural infections