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“Flying taxis” will start taking off from an aerodrome north of Paris as soon as next June, operators said, in a trial ahead of a vast tourist influx for the 2024 Olympics.
Scientists have created a device which could make it easier to harness super-fast quantum computers for real-world applications, a team at Finland’s Aalto University said on Sept 30.
As Vietnam prepares for its National Congress in January – a time known for clampdowns of government critics – it is also rolling out a controversial cybersecurity bill.
After seeing positive results to a trial run of a prompt that encourages users to read an article before they retweet it, Twitter says the feature will roll out globally.
Legislation that would allow carmakers to sell as many as 100,000 self-driving vehicles per year in the US is being reintroduced in the US House of Representatives, but one of its biggest cheerleaders is staying on the sidelines until next year.
HK judge: Uber’s operations ‘well within mischief’ covered by law, drivers did indeed violate permit regulations
Explaining court’s refusal to overturn convictions of 24 drivers, judge Joseph Fok argues decades-old laws governing carriage of passengers do apply to Uber’s model. Fok reasons Uber drivers still violated statute, even if they ‘have no separate agreement with the passengers being carried’.
Microsoft’s Teams collaboration software is adding the ability to schedule a "virtual commute”.
For weeks, smoke has blanketed the United States west coast. For many, the only way to confront the smoke- and ash-filled days was with the help of Air Quality Index apps.
Civil servant Amos Dam is frustrated after waiting two hours to enter a bank in Nigeria’s capital Abuja. He is one of about 20 people sitting on plastic chairs under a canopy to protect them from the sun on a pavement between a busy road and the bank.
They're a far cry from the ancient Roman chariots immortalised in the 1959 classic movie Ben-Hur, but critics say they can be just as dangerous in the wrong hands.