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Local police say accused did not know his victim, had been drinking after argument with his girlfriend. Internet sleuths identify location of assault in response to national appeal for help.
As populations in many developed countries rapidly age while shortages of care workers loom, healthcare researchers are looking for new technologies that can help caregivers ensure old people in care homes have more rewarding and less stressful daily lives.
WhatsApp clones and software tools that cost as little as US$14 are helping Indian digital marketers and political activists bypass anti-spam restrictions set up by the world's most popular messaging app, Reuters has found.
In a sleek classroom in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, one of the poorest post-Soviet republics, 14-year-old Nazeli Ter-Petrosyan peers at the screen of her Apple Mac.
5G, the fifth generation of wireless, promises lightning-fast download speeds and could lay the foundation for high-tech advancements like self-driving cars.
Maybe home sharing isn’t the next big thing for hotel companies after all.
The era of postcards is over: travellers now post images online as they happen
A Ukrainian computer game that brings to life a town abandoned after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster may not sound like everyone's idea of fun but has attracted 60,000 people globally since its launch in October.
On Libya’s front lines, fighters often hold a gun in one hand and a smartphone in the other, using their cameras in the propaganda war.
It’s a sunny day in March and “Machine Planet” is flying a single-engine Cessna over Northern California. He’s cruising at 1,500 feet toward a massive lot leased by electric-car maker Tesla. His mission: to burst the Tesla bubble. And make some money doing it.