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There is one addiction, previously seen as a harmless bit of fun, that is becoming a serious issue among professional footballers, of all levels – a compulsion to play computer games.
CINCINNATI/TABLERS STATION, W.V. (Reuters) - Procter & Gamble Co may be best known for laundry detergent and toothpaste, but its secret sauce is arguably figuring out how to do things like get two red bottles of Olay skin lotion into blister packs as cheaply and accurately as possible.
Companies like Hudson and McDonald’s are testing drive-thru AI, invisible checkout in Chicago. Here’s what that means for jobs – and privacy
Do you prefer an automated or low-tech shopping experience?
Floating drones inspired by whale sharks and four-wheeled robots that resemble the Mars rover are among the latest inventions designed to remove litter from the oceans.
Covid-19 let virtual medicine out of the bottle. Now it’s time to tame it. If we don’t, there is a danger that it will stealthily become a mainstay of our medical care.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said on Thursday the federal investigators are still gathering "information" in a probe of Saturday's fatal Tesla Inc crash in Texas in which local police said no one was in the driver's seat.
China alarmed as binge drink livestreaming where people drink until they vomit or pass out becomes the latest online trend
Livestream drinking’s popularity in China follows on from the controversial online binge eating craze which was banned last year. Some drink up to 10 bottles of liquor in a single session, while audiences frequently demand drinks be set on fire to prove alcohol content is high.
Ask any executive what the music business was like in the ‘00s and their face may take on an expression more commonly associated with narrowly averted disasters like car accidents or, more accurately, attempted robberies.
On social media and in interviews, drivers delivering Amazon packages said the company's claim was out of touch with their reality.
In recent decades, most privacy concerns revolving around DNA have involved efforts to prevent insurance companies from denying health coverage or raising premiums for people based on their genetic information.