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In a low-profile corner of Amazon’s expansive online retailscape, militant preppers, pro-gun provocateurs and election-fraud conspiracy theorists are turning a buck on the back of their beliefs.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - California should soon implement its landmark net neutrality law under a judge's ruling on Tuesday, nearly three years after the state legislature enacted the measure, the state attorney general's office said.
Covid-19 pandemic has moved our lives into a virtual space. Why is that so exhausting?
CANBERRA (Reuters) - The architect of Australia's laws forcing Google and Facebook to pay media companies for content claimed victory on Wednesday, though critics said last-minute changes to appease Facebook favoured Big Tech over smaller news outlets.
ByteDance makes biggest public commitment yet to Tencent video game rivalry with launch of stand-alone site for Nuverse
The video game market has become hugely lucrative in recent years, with both Big Tech and high-powered start-ups aggressively building up their gaming units. Nuverse’s previous titles struggled to live up to expectations, but it is only a matter of time before it comes up with a hit game.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Australian parliament on Thursday passed a news media and digital platforms mandatory bargaining code that will make it compulsory for Alphabet Inc's Google and Facebook Inc to pay media companies for content.
Australia on Feb 25 passed a world-first law aimed at forcing Google and Facebook Inc to pay for news. But after a forceful intervention from the world’s biggest social network, the reality is Silicon Valley’s titans are paying a small price for cementing their influence over the media industry.
A new driverless electric bus has begun operating in the southern Spanish city of Malaga, in a project presented as a first in Europe.
Covid-19 made its US debut in Washington state, but the virus was only the first of several intruders to attack the state in the past year.
Widely-used Microsoft Corp vaccine scheduling software that has run into difficulties in US states like Iowa and New Jersey is being blamed for problems that left some residents of the nation’s capital unable to book appointments.