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Releasing across computer and consoles on Nov 3, Call of Duty: WWII went up against PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds on PC in a face-off that left both with something to take away.
Controversies over fake news have damaged trust in media in the United States and elsewhere, but the impact is far worse for social media and online-only outlets than it is for traditional print and TV outlets, a survey has found.
From flying taxis to Batman-style surveillance motorcycles, Dubai's GITEX expo this week showcased innovations that were symbols of the city-state's ambitions to be a metropolis of the future.
The former head of Equifax Inc apologised repeatedly at a congressional hearing for the theft of millions of people's personal data in a hacking breach, saying it took weeks for the credit bureau to understand the extent of the intrusion.
A man who refused to provide passwords to his electronic devices when stopped by British police was found guilty under terrorism laws at a court in London, in a case that campaigners say threatens personal privacy.
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.
Amazon.com Inc said it will cut prices on a range of popular goods as it completes its acquisition of Whole Foods Market Inc, sending shares of rival grocers tumbling on fears that brutal market share battles will intensify.
Many Americans dream of driving fabulous, unique, vintage cars. The vast majority of Americans never get to actually do it. It’s a whole lot easier to do that for real now, thanks to DriveShare.com, a classic- and exotic-car rental company.
A brain training computer game developed by British neuroscientists has been shown to improve the memory of patients in the very earliest stages of dementia and could help such patients avert some symptoms of cognitive decline.
Simply deleting stuff from a hard disk or smartphone isn't enough to get rid of it completely – if that's all you do, you will not entirely destroy the data.