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South Korean police said Tuesday they had arrested a man for apparently allowing his infant son to starve to death while spending days playing online games at Internet cafes.
Hundreds of American women are being ensnared by Internet scammers based in Malaysia, with some losing over a quarter of a million dollars, as the country becomes an epicentre for online crime perpetrated by Africans, US officials say.
A magazine editor who has tested the limits of free speech in Cuba believes the Cuban government has no option but to allow universal Internet access, and he plans to exploit that opening to promote a more pluralistic Cuba.
Internet abuse of women in Pakistan is triggering real world violence against them, but large social media companies, such as Facebook and Twitter, are moving too slowly to stop it, Internet rights group Bytes for All said.
The debut of a livery car service providing women drivers for female passengers in the New York City area has stalled over lack of a sufficent number of drivers, the founder of the service said on Monday.
As ingenious an invention as it may be, overindulgence in smartphone usage may eventually take a toll on our relationships, if we are not careful.
In his essay coming out as gay, Apple chief executive Tim Cook criticized an Arizona proposal that would have given private business owners the ability to deny services to gay people on religious grounds.
The US government will allow spouses of certain high-tech foreign workers to apply for work permits, an accommodation designed to make things easier for families waiting in long lines for green cards.
Onetime highflying tech executive Ray Lane testified during a sex discrimination trial involving his former employer, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, that he made a mistake in judgement involving the harassment of a female venture capitalist at the firm, and that he feared for the woman's safety.
A growing controversy over Democrat Hillary Clinton's use of personal e-mail for work while she was US secretary of state could drag on for months, threatening to cloud the expected launch of her 2016 presidential campaign.