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Smartphone tech spills over into notebook territory with blazing results.
Last year, Aubrey Hruby took two Egyptian venture capitalists on a tour of Nigeria’s technology-startup scene. After five days of meetings with top entrepreneurs, she was convinced the expedition was a success.
A Russia-based ransomware group responsible for a new wave of attacks against US hospitals is laying the groundwork to cripple at least ten more, according to the cybersecurity firm Prevailion Inc.
US company Walmart Inc said on Nov 2 that it has dropped its plans to use roving robots to scan shelves and keep track of inventory, squashing the world's largest retailer's years-long efforts to automate the task.
Apple Inc is grappling with a shortage of vital chips that manage power consumption in iPhones and other devices, complicating its ability to meet holiday demand for the latest version of its marquee gadget.
Zoom Video Communications Inc agreed to boost its security to settle claims it misled users about access to online meetings and other issues, the US Federal Trade Commission said.
Silicon Valley is welcoming the election of Joe Biden as US president even as it girds for a series of battles over tech policy in Washington DC.
The debut of a video game console is a carefully choreographed event.
Sadat Rahman, 17, won the 2020 KidsRights International Children's Peace Prize for developing a mobile app to help teenagers report cyberbullying and cyber crime in his western district of Narail in Bangladesh.
A report of a possible hostage-taking at the Montreal offices of French video game company Ubisoft that brought out a massive police response Friday was being investigated as a hoax, local media said.