Britain’s interior minister Amber Rudd will meet with tech leaders in California’s Silicon Valley this week to try and combat online content inciting extremism, the government said Monday.
With steely focus, player number 3 scored a stunning opening goal in the first few minutes of the high-stakes football match between a dominant Bordeaux and their plucky Chinese opponents.
Virtual reality games usually promise shoot ’em up adventures but in Hong Kong Friday lovelorn tech fans donned headsets to go on imaginary dates.
When outspoken professor Qiao Mu posted his resignation letter on a popular Chinese messaging app, sympathetic readers tapped their phone screens to send him money, leaving him with a 20,000 yuan ($3,000) payday.
UniCredit said Wednesday that hackers obtained informaton on about 400,000 of its Italian customers, but not data that would give them access to bank accounts.
A surge in computer hacking has led to the breach of more than six billion records so far this year, topping the total for 2016, security researchers said Tuesday.
Microsoft on Monday announced the end of days for its pioneering Paint application as it focuses on software for 3-D drawing.
Around 1,000 people marched through central Moscow on Sunday to protest against the government’s harsh legislative controls on the internet.
US ride-share startup Lyft on Friday dedicated a new team focused on speeding up its effort to create a self-driving vehicle platform, which would be open to use by other companies.
China has ordered the country’s biggest technology firms to immediately “rectify” violations and shut accounts that publish “bad information”, in the latest move by authorities to tighten policing of the web.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Thursday shook hands with one of Japan’s high-tech robots, a humanoid candidate to carry the torch as part of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.