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Before Nazilla Akbari can check out the latest offerings on Twitter or YouTube, she scrolls through an array of icons on her smartphone, searching for the right workaround to bypass state censors.
As we hurtle forward into a digital future, it’s even more crucial that those in despair or with suicidal thoughts are not left out.
Automakers are accelerating the rollout of technology designed to avoid crashes, but insurance companies are waving a caution flag at consumers eyeing discounts for buying collision-avoiding brakes or automated cruise control.
Google executives sounded more optimistic when it comes to one of the company’s less-successful products: its in-house smartphone business.
E-cigarette maker Juul Labs Inc funded a "holistic health education" camp as part of efforts to market directly to school-aged children, members of a US congressional panel said on July 25, citing internal company documents.
A delay in General Motors Co’s deployment of its self-driving vehicles is fuelling increased scepticism that self-driving cars are not ready to ply America’s roads.
The woodsy community of Wolcott, Connecticut, doesn’t see a lot of crime. But when the police chief heard about an opportunity to distribute doorbell cameras to some homes, he didn’t hesitate.
The collaboration will allow Toyota and Didi to fully implement a range of services they have been developing in the country.
Facebook survived its latest brush with US privacy regulators, at the cost of a record US$5bil (RM20.59bil) fine and other restrictions imposed by the Federal Trade Commission. But it’s far from home free.
The antitrust review of Big Tech announced by US regulators could signal a tough new stand on competition policy, but it may just be a political publicity stunt.