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If you were a teenager in the late 90s, there's a good chance you or your schoolfriends spent a great many hours practising heelflips and nosegrinds in a skateboard game named after skating icon Tony Hawk.
Internet companies little-known outside their home markets are proving a favourite with stock pickers as self-isolating shoppers drive a surge in demand.
It's a Spring Saturday and somewhere deep in Philadelphia, five twentysomethings are huddled in a small apartment, each hunched over a computer. The click-clack of their keyboards is the only sound heard in the room, but via their devices, they're running one of the largest music festivals in the world.
he Los Angeles Police Department has arrested Ink Master star Daniel Silva for murder, it announced May 11
Britain is to trial electric scooters as a possible solution to getting more people back to work without overburdening trains and buses as it eases its coronavirus lockdown.
A number of popular third-party apps for Apple Inc’s iPhone were knocked out of service for some people for about an hour on Wednesday afternoon.
Social distancing rules are prompting Sweden's real estate to turn increasingly to livestreaming house viewings to keep the property market going amid fears of a sharp price fall as Covid-19 hits the economy.
Cybersecurity firm CyberArk discovered a vulnerability that could have allowed hackers to steal Microsoft Teams users’ access tokens by sending GIFs. It reported the issue on March 23, and Microsoft issued a patch on April 20.
After testing on public roads, Tesla is rolling out a new feature of its partially automated driving system designed to spot stop signs and traffic signals.
Many Japanese lack the basic tools needed to work from home. Contrary to the ultramodern image of Japan Inc with its robots, design finesse and gadgetry galore, in many respects the country is technologically challenged.