German carmaker Audi is taking a lead in bringing more automated driving to roads, but rivals seem in no rush to follow while legal and regulatory uncertainties still cloud the technology.
San Jose has a new high-tech solution to its persistent graffiti problem.
Alphabet unit Google has offered to display rival shopping comparison sites via an auction in order to comply with an EU antitrust order to stop favouring its own shopping service, four people familiar with the matter said.
Hackers broke into British company Piriform Ltd's free software that optimises computer performance last month, potentially allowing them to control the devices of millions of users, the company and independent researchers said on Sept 18.
Nokia will start to book additional revenue from the current quarter after a ruling by an arbitration court on payments from South Korea's LG Electronics for using its smartphone patents.
Chinese search engine giant Baidu Inc said on Sept 18 that it had hired the finance chief of Weibo Corp as its chief financial officer, marking a leadership change for the firm as its hones its focus onto artificial intelligence.
Alphabet Inc’s Google introduced a digital payments service specifically designed for India as competition heats up for the country’s billion-plus potential users.
First he tried messaging friends, but WhatsApp was down. Then, the credit card readers at his clothing store weren't working. Ride-sharing apps were offline too.
Software startup Slack Technologies Inc said it raised US$250mil (RM1.04bil) from SoftBank Group Corp and other investors in its latest funding round, boosting the company's valuation to US$5.1bil (RM21.35bil).
Like most torrents sites, The Pirate Bay is notorious for pop-up ads, but it is now looking beyond ads to make money by using the computers of its visitors to mine cryptocurrency.