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China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that it does not employ trickery on social media.
Conspiracy theories, driven by the global health crisis, are taking root in Europe more than ever, drawing inspiration from the QAnon movement in the United States.
About 47,600 games are featured on Apple Inc’s App Store under the same “freemium” model used by Fortnite, according to court testimony from a senior executive at the iPhone maker, signalling that the outcome of a lawsuit brought by Epic Games Inc could have broad ramifications for other game developers.
Startup Flawless AI, co-founded by film director Scott Mann, has an AI tool that it says can accurately recreate lip sync in dubbing without altering the performance of the actors.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Bad lip-syncing in dubbing and subtitles can put off audiences and hurt box office takings of foreign films.
Streaming site Twitch is considering pricing subscriptions based on the country in which its users live.
Justin Millman has always fixed things. He tinkered with gadgets growing up before opening a repair shop in Westbury, New York, a few blocks south of the Long Island Expressway.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - U.S. officials rushed to defend Amazon's business practices in India after Reuters reported in February that the company had favored certain sellers on its website and bypassed local law that requires foreign e-commerce companies to treat all vendors equally, documents obtained by the news agency show.
Some people talk to Siri or Alexa more than they talk to their partner. It sounds a bit scary, but can such a new digital relationship even be beneficial in a pandemic?
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Many phrases associated with QAnon have largely disappeared from mainstream social media, mostly because of the platforms' "belated efforts" to crack down on the conspiracy theory, researchers at a U.S. think tank said on Wednesday.