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Now the US personal injury lawyers have scooters in their sights

Bird Rides Inc and other scooter startups have drawn fire from pedestrian advocates, politicians and annoyed citizens. Now they have a new nemesis: personal-injury lawyers.

Hyundai developing 'Intelligent Personal Assistant' for future connected vehicles

The South Korean automaker has teamed up with Silicon Valley-based SoundHound Inc to develop its "Intelligent Personal Agent", a voice-enabled virtual assistant system.

UK proposes law letting citizens erase personal data on web

The devil’s bargain underlying the internet economy is that people get free usage of websites such as Google and Facebook in exchange for letting companies collect all sorts of personal data that can be used to sell advertising and other services.

British lender Wonga warns customers of personal data hack

British lender Wonga has warned customers in Britain and Poland that their personal data may have been stolen in the latest major corporate security breach.

Ford expands Alexa use, heating up auto personal assistant battle

Ford Motor Co is expanding the use of Amazon.com Inc's Alexa personal assistant in its vehicles to allow drivers to talk to their cars, marking a leap by the Detroit automaker to incorporate a technology initially targeted for home use.

Airbnb tells China users personal data to be stored locally

US short-term rental company Airbnb Inc has told Chinese users that it will store their personal data locally as foreign tech companies operating in China respond to increasing regulatory pressure.

Personal projects are key to dream job, says Facebook’s creative ‘rebel’

Standing out from the crowd in today’s digital economy isn’t easy, but the key might be pursuing personal projects more than polishing CVs, according to a senior member of Facebook’s creative team.

Thousands of apps running Baidu code collect, leak personal data

Thousands of apps running code built by Chinese Internet giant Baidu have collected and transmitted users' personal information to the company, much of it easily intercepted.

Europeans to be 'masters' of their personal data: senior official

European citizens will be "masters" of their personal data after the European Union agreed sweeping data protection reform that will give them much more say over how companies use their information, a top EU official said.

SoftBank to start selling personal robots next year

Japan's SoftBank Corp said on Thursday it will start selling human-like robots for personal use by February, expanding into a sector seen key to addressing labour shortages in one of the world's fastest ageing societies.