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Ever wondered where that sparkly stone on your finger was dug up? Who polished it and where? The world’s top diamond producer wants to answer all your questions.
Canada and the Netherlands announced June 26 the launch of a pilot project for paperless travel between the two countries.
The global push to more tightly regulate the Internet and big tech firms is spreading to one of the Web’s biggest and least visible corners: porn.
Data breaches through hacking attacks are distressingly common these days, and personal details about you can lead to identity theft, such as credit cards and loans in your name. But it's hard to pin the blame on any specific hack, as the most sophisticated criminals combine data from multiple attacks to better impersonate you.
The city of Scarface and Miami Vice is vying to become a new powerhouse of tech startups that some in the business hope will spawn a novel phenomenon – the "iguanacorn".
It's a scene many Muscovites have grown used to seeing this summer as a new wave of anti-government demonstrations gripped the Russian capital: Two masked, heavily clad riot policemen drag away a shrieking teenager as the protesters around them try to free her.
In a new video to promote STEM skills, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad learns coding from 10-year-old Microsoft Malaysia Ambassadors Chloe Soh Ke Er and Serena Zara Taufiq.
At least three Asian firms have communicated their grievances to Nepal's Department of Passports.
Germany's fast-growing capital Berlin is turning to technology to promote the use of just about every form of urban transport – except the private car – as it races to stop the city from seizing up from increasing traffic congestion.
France is poised to become the first European country to use facial recognition technology to give citizens a secure digital identity -- whether they want it or not.