You have searched for "abandoned"
Showing 11-20 of 419
Amazon.com Inc is opening warehouses and shipping hubs in the US at the rate of about one every 24 hours. The ultimate aim is to ensure that virtually every product the company sells is a van ride – and eventually a drone flight – away from customers’ homes.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Head of customer support Adaire Fox-Martin is leaving SAP, the latest high-level departure at the software group as it struggles to pull off a major business transformation amid a pandemic.
Singapore is speeding a new law through parliament to allow the use of contact tracing data for criminal investigations after recent disclosures spurred concern that the government was using the information for more than just fighting Covid-19.
(Reuters) - A South Korean startup has developed an AI-powered dog collar that can detect five emotions in canines by monitoring their barks using voice recognition technology.
Big tech’s decision to ban the Parler app and block outgoing US President Donald Trump is stoking support for alternative social networking sites and apps that bill themselves as promoting free speech and privacy.
The police can only ask for access to the data by requiring a person involved in or assisting a criminal investigation to produce either their smartphone or a physical token.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran launched exercises featuring a wide array of domestically produced drones on Tuesday, Iranian media reported, days after the anniversary of the U.S. killing of a top Iranian general by a drone strike in Iraq.
A Delaware computer repair shop owner sued Twitter, alleging the social network defamed him by effectively labeling him a “hacker” after his business was cited as the source for info obtained from a laptop allegedly owned by Hunter Biden that served as the basis for several New York Post articles published in October.
For many Spaniards looking to make a similar move to the countryside during the pandemic, a lack of good Internet access often stands in the way.
Libra Association, a cryptocurrency project started by Facebook Inc that drew regulatory blowback worldwide, is hoping a new name offers a fresh chance to win over regulators and gain a foothold in the emerging market.