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In Jordan, Sandvine Inc’s equipment was used to censor an LGBTQ website. Egypt’s government relied on Sandvine equipment to block access to independent news sites. In Azerbaijan, it was deployed for a social media blackout, current and former employees say.
Noise cancellation earphones redefined with the Huawei FreeBuds Pro
When children become YouTube or Instagram sensations, should they be considered child workers? And who looks after their money? The French parliament has attempted to answer those questions with a new law passed on Oct 6.
At 7:04am on an autumn Thursday in Tokyo, the stewards of the world’s third-largest equity market realised they had a problem.
While millions suffer under a virus that hits the respiratory system, Apple has launched a new watch that may be able to detect respiratory problems with an oxygen sensor. We tried out the new Series 6 and its cheaper Watch SE counterpart to see how useful the new features are.
The government is working on a safe, secure and protected national digital ID platform for verifying your identity online.
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.
Amazon.com Inc is diving into the new and hotly contested market for streaming video games, the company said during a press event on Sept 24.
Social gaming giant Zynga on Sept 23 kicked off its global launch of a free puzzle game based on the beloved wizarding world of Harry Potter.
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.