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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.
Can't remember where you parked your bike? This new feature might come in handy.
Skull fractures, lacerations, dislocations, brain injuries, contusions, spinal injuries, dental injuries and burns. These are just a few of the common e-scooter injuries listed in a January meta-study by Canada’s public health authority.
A man accused of selling replica guns online allegedly tried but failed to engage an unsuspecting private-hire car driver to deliver the goods, a district court heard on April 8.
Google presents WebXR, a series of web demonstrations that look ahead to future augmented reality applications.
Remote-controlled Venus flytrap “robo-plants” and crops that tell farmers when they are hit by disease could become reality after scientists developed a high-tech system for communicating with vegetation.
Just because you're working remotely doesn't mean one has to work alone. These digital tools make collaboration easy even when apart.
(Reuters) - Governments around the world are subsidizing the construction of semiconductor factories as a chip shortage hobbles the auto and electronics industries and highlights the world's singular dependence on Taiwan for vital supplies.
A digital art piece, tweaked using cryptocurrency technology to make it one-of-a-kind, sold at an auction for millions.
Cryptocurrency tokens are being used to solve a perennial problem for digital collectibles, including art and animation – proof of ownership for mediums that are easily copied.