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Toyota Motor Corp president Akio Toyoda offered a warning to Apple Inc, which is plotting a foray into the auto industry: There’s more to the business of selling cars than just having the technology to produce them.
The coronavirus crisis has clipped the wings of airline pilots but those who have kept their jobs are doing what they can to stay sharp – using flight simulators when they’re not in the few planes in the air.
Chinese President Xi Jinping raised the issue of video game addiction at the ‘two sessions’ political gathering in Beijing, reigniting debate. Proposed solutions from legislators range from facial recognition and real-name registration to banning celebrity endorsements.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Lobbyists for Facebook and Google threw their weight against new U.S. legislation that seeks to aid struggling news publishers by allowing them to negotiate collectively against the tech companies over revenue sharing and other deals.
Almost half of all Internet users accept all cookies without even reading the banner. The result is that hundreds of these small data records end up stored on your computer when you visit sites.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Oman blocked U.S. audio app Clubhouse on Sunday because it did not have the right permit, authorities said, but some activists described the move as a further erosion of freedom of expression in the Gulf state.
The racial justice movement sparked last year by the police killing of George Floyd exposed the dearth of Black professionals in numerous industries. Black in Gaming, a networking and advocacy group in the world of video gaming, proposed to do something about it.
With more consumers turning to e-commerce, new risk have also emerged as cybercriminals look to take advantage of those unfamiliar with online shopping.
US colleges and universities rushing to invest in the booming arena of varsity eSports are overwhelmingly committing opportunities and scholarships to male players, according to data collected by The Associated Press.
Apple Inc said it will apply App Store rules to all apps globally after reports that Chinese app developers are preparing workarounds for the company’s upcoming limits on ad tracking.