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REVIEW: Just two days before the Dec 15 deadline to fresh US tariffs on Chinese goods, the White House has made China an offer it would be loath to refuse.
A hacker managed to gain access into a security camera in an eight-year-old girl's room in the United States and used it to terrorise her, according to a report by CNN.
A former Apple Inc executive who worked on the chips that power iPhones claims the company reviewed his confidential text messages before suing him for launching his own startup.
SUPERMODEL Lin Chi-ling, who married Japanese singer Akira last month, said she knew that he was Mr Right when he stood by while she grieved over the loss of her grandmother.
(Reuters) - In 2016, the U.S. Census Bureau faced a pivotal choice in its plan to digitise the nation’s once-a-decade population count: build a system for collecting and processing data in-house, or buy one from an outside contractor.
Since the service began trials in September, nearly 200,000 commuters in Zhengzhou have elected to authorise face-scan payments.
By the time Deb Dellapena arrived for work at Merck & Co’s 90-acre campus north of Philadelphia, there was a handwritten sign on the door: The computers are down.
BANGKOK, Nov 30 (Reuters) - A Thai court fined the local unit of Philip Morris (PM.N) 1.2 billion baht ($40 million) for customs violations on cigarette imports on Friday (Nov 29), while dropping criminal charges against seven of its employees.
NEW DELHI: The bad news is getting worse for India’s economy and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is exhausting all options to stem the fallout.
This year is expected to see the first widespread adoption of facial recognition payments, with an estimated 118 million Chinese users embracing it. Despite concerns over data privacy, the use of facial recognition for payments will expand rapidly in China, says fintech official.