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Moscovites are mystified by a flood of bomb hoaxes forcing the evacuation of courts, schools and malls while authorities appear unable to find the culprits even after months of disruption to public life.
Details such as passwords, meeting IDs, host keys and names belonging to Zoom account users have been posted on the dark web.
Young men and boys are being radicalised into hating women, the British author behind the Everyday Sexism Project has warned, saying online groups are targeting boys as young as 11.
Huawei Cloud AI starts off the Christmas season with attractive deals for SMEs
Commercial drone use for deliveries and services cleared a major hurdle in the US with new rules allowing the devices to fly over populated areas for the first time and requirements for tracking them to address safety and security concerns.
DUBAI (Reuters) - The United Arab Emirates' first mission to Mars is set to reach the red planet and enter its orbit on Tuesday following a seven-month, 494 million km journey, allowing it to start sending data about the Martian atmosphere and climate.
Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo believes that Malaysia will not be left behind in the 5G race – even if parts of the country has yet enjoy 4G, 3G or even 2G coverage.
Internet titans Google and Amazon came under an investor cloud after posting disappointing sales updates, with the search leader also on the defensive for reportedly hushing up sexual misconduct.
The press has been in a lather of late over reports that the US Department of Homeland Security had discovered evidence that cellphone tracking tools were being used by “unauthorised” parties in and around Washington.
Facebook said it would expand its presence in Britain by 50% in 2017, joining other US technology firms in increasing investment despite the uncertainty sparked by the country's vote to leave the European Union.