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London Heathrow flights suspended briefly on menace from drones

The Heathrow airport was partially shut for more than an hour after reports of drones flying near runways raised safety concerns, the second time in a month a London airport had to suspend flights because of dangers from modern-day gadgets.


Britain says airports need to do more to tackle drone menace

Airport operators need do more to counter the illegal use of drones after flights were disrupted at Heathrow and Gatwick, Prime Minister Theresa May's de-facto deputy said on Jan 9.


With US$137bil at stake, Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos to divorce Inc founder Jeff Bezos and his wife MacKenzie are divorcing after a relationship that started at a New York hedge fund and is ending a little more than a year after he became the world’s richest person.


Social media giants plan push-back on India's new regulations: sources

Global social media and technology giants are gearing up to fight sweeping new rules proposed by the Indian government that would require them to actively regulate content in one of the world's biggest Internet markets, sources close to the matter said.


From vinyl to streaming, technology shapes how we listen to music

While you're streaming the new 1975 album you got for Christmas or revisiting Pink Floyd's The Wall, it should be noted that Thomas Edison was the real music-consumption MVP.


And social media makes three: New generation of parents adopt using Facebook, Instagram

Becky Gomez was ready to give up. For almost eight years, she and her husband, Jim Gomez, had tried everything to become parents.


YouTube clarifies rules on pranks as risky memes rage

YouTube on Jan 15 clarified rules against posting videos of dangerous pranks, as risky “challenges” prompt people to video themselves doing things like biting into laundry soap or driving blindfolded.

TECH starts direct sales of merchandise in Brazil after delays Inc is launching its long-awaited in-house fulfilment and delivery network in Brazil after months of delays caused by complicated logistics and a highly complex tax system in the largest Latin American economy.


UAE used cyber super-weapon to spy on iPhones of foes

A team of former US government intelligence operatives working for the United Arab Emirates reportedly hacked into the iPhones of activists, diplomats and rival foreign leaders.


The Chinese tradition of giving red packets gets a digital update

Those born in the 1990s were the most enthusiastic users of digital hongbaos, or red packets, according to WeChat data.