Only 155 seniors among 5,850 reached by authorities were willing to take Covid-19 jabs, says the Secretary for the Civil Service, Ingrid Yeung Ho Poi-yan.
U.S. tech company Apple Inc. frustrated Moscow this week after its top social networking and communications sites were removed from the app store, blocking "millions" from future communication on these platforms across Russia.
A sprawling disinformation network originating in Russia sought to use hundreds of fake social media accounts and dozens of sham news websites to spread Kremlin talking points about the invasion of Ukraine, Meta revealed Tuesday.
Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed in an exclusive interview with Dutch media outlet Bright that the tech giant's hesitancy toward joining the metaverse hype is intentional.
Ray Chui, chairman of catering group the Institute of Dining Art, says industry enjoying a more than 10 per cent bump in business.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday approved a bill that would sharply raise fees for antitrust reviews of the biggest mergers and strengthen state attorneys general in antitrust fights.
Mohammad-Mehdi Rahimi, head of Raisi’s public relations office said the president has no account on Twitter. The announcement has left many wondering about the identity of those behind the account thought to be the president's official a...
About 10,000 Sevens tickets go on sale from 10am today on the Hong Kong Rugby Union's ticketing platform as the countdown begins for the return of the November 4 to 6 event after a pause of three years.
Lawmaker David Lam Tzit-yuen from the Medical and Health Services constituency was stripped of his status of an international Fellow of the American College of Surgeons last week over his residency status in China.
Do bad guys always win? Sometimes maybe, but not for a driver who put up a sign threatening police officers and eventually got his illegally parked car towed away.
The High Court issued an order on Monday to grant the confiscation of a HK$70 million donation from a crowdfunding platform that raised money to support the 2019 protesters, as the fund was suspected of money laundering.
The restaurant industry urges the government to loosen social distancing restrictions on catering accordingly with the first day of the relaxation of entry quarantine limits.
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted Thursday to approve legislation allowing news organizations to join together to negotiate with Google, Facebook and other dominant platforms to win more revenue.
Facebook parent is looking to reduce costs by at least 10%, people familiar with the plans said, while Google has required some employees to apply for new jobs.
Canadian authorities have now confirmed two deaths caused when Fiona, then a post-tropical cyclone, tore into Nova Scotia and Newfoundland early Saturday. World
Recent violent disorder in Leicester caused shock and outrage and prompted dozens of arrests, but how much was it fuelled by misinformation posted online?
A housewife was conned of HK$8.5 million in a Bitcoin scam after meeting a fake investment agent on mainland social media Xiaohongshu, police said.
The police force have vowed to crack down on fraudulent medical certificates for exemptions from Covid-19 vaccinations after arresting five doctors suspected of giving out such notes.
Former Observatory chief Lam Chiu-ying on Friday slammed Hong Kong Science Park for its decision to not renew a lease for Hong Kong’s only drinks carton recycler, forcing it to cease operation by end-December.