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Heathrow Airport is introducing cleaning robots and other measures to try to reduce the risk of virus transmission at the UK aviation hub as the country eases travel restrictions.
Police in the United States discovered a limbless body with head removed next to an electric saw, believed to be the remains of tech entrepeneur Fahim Saleh, according to New York Daily News.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's subsidiary UC Web is slashing staff in India after a ban on 59 Chinese-origin mobile apps that includes UC Web's browser and two other products.
As Twitter Inc grapples with the worst security breach in its 14-year history, it must now uncover whether its employees were victims of sophisticated phishing schemes or if they deliberately allowed hackers to access high-profile accounts.
TikTok, the popular video-sharing app, has come under fire by the Trump administration several weeks after people used the app to flood Trump’s Tulsa, Oklahoma, rally with fake registrations in a mass prank. The administration is now considering a ban of the app due to security risks – a claim experts say is valid.
Deep in the electric-vehicle industry’s supply chain is a little-known Japanese manufacturer that makes a seemingly mundane, but essential, device: coil-winding machines.
Samsung is set to reveal five new devices at the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event on Aug 5, which will be held in South Korea.
Uber Technologies Inc has quietly launched a service to give public health officials quick access to data on drivers and riders presumed to have come into contact with someone infected with Covid-19, company officials told Reuters.
A trial is underway in the UK exploring how artificial intelligence can be used to help monitor the lung physiology of Covid-19 patients to optimise ventilation treatments.