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The combination of 30 million Americans out of work and tens of millions more working from home exploded the number of hours people have been glued to a screen.
When the Dutch government invested in home-grown chipmaker Smart Photonics this summer, it was a departure for a country with a hands-off approach to business.
On an average day, President Donald Trump sends about 14 posts to the 28 million Facebook followers of his campaign account. His Democratic rival, Joe Biden, delivers about half that many posts to an audience of just two million.
If you've ever bought supermarket sushi, you may know the taste trauma that hit Kazuhiro Shimura one night. But "disappointing" tuna sparked an idea: he'd develop an artificial intelligence (AI) system to make sure your sashimi is always delicious.
Humans discarded more than 50 million tonnes of electronic waste last year – an increase of 20% in just five years – making tech refuse the world’s fastest growing waste problem, the United Nations said on July 2.
Electronic Arts is bringing more games to PC platform Steam.
EA has officially released the trailer for Star Wars: Squadrons, a new video game set in a galaxy far, far away. The company announced the title and dropped the official trailer date on June 12, just hours after the upcoming video game was briefly leaked on the Xbox website.
Watching Ghost In The Shell: SAC_2045 reminded me that a good sci-fi story has to be more than just sexy cyborgs and giant robot spider tanks shooting at each other.
When giant cruise ships set sail again, with up to some 8,880 passengers and crew on board, they’ll be on the cutting edge of post-pandemic technology. They’ll have to be.