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Fans are spending thousands to buy moments or short videos of professional stars like Lebron James in a new virtual market for collectors.
No, it’s not Tom Cruise. TikTok users have been in a state of total confusion since a user account posted three videos featuring what appears to be the Hollywood star.
Podcasting is definitely the media format of the moment. With more than 1.7 million podcasts available for listening around the world, a new report looks at the audiences likely to listen to them.
An artificial intelligence commission led by former Google CEO Eric Schmidt is urging the US to boost its AI skills to counter China, including by pursuing “AI-enabled” weapons – something that Google itself has shied away from on ethical grounds.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Google is teaming up with two global insurers to cover cyber breaches and related risks for businesses that use its cloud services, the first time a major provider has opened up such insurance to its clients, the companies said on Tuesday.
US Democrats and Republicans in Congress are taking aim at a controversial law that shields Internet platforms including Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc from lawsuits over content posted by users.
MADRID/STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - European telecoms firms are cashing in on the money-making power of masts, as tower companies line up to pay multi-billion dollar price tags for antennas buzzing with ever more data ahead of the advent of 5G.
Volvo has announced plans to shift its business model to expand, and favour, online sales. The news seems in phase with current and future trends, at a time when it can be faster and more practical to configure and buy a car with a smartphone or a computer than by having to visit a dealership.
Google says it won’t develop new ways to follow individual users across the Internet after it phases out existing ad-tracking technology from its Chrome browser, a change that could shake up the online advertising industry.
The US state of Arizona on March 3 advanced a bill that would break the cherished grip that Apple and Google have on the handling of payments in mobile apps.