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Believing that fraud can't happen to us – because we're too smart, logical or informed – may make us more vulnerable.
Scammers can take advantage of day-to-day tasks that seem innocuous, like checking a bank balance or charging a phone at a public USB port, to exploit personal information for their profit.
At a small cocktail stand in the middle of London’s Barbican Centre, a crowd is watching a bartender spin and whirl around a shaker full of ingredients for a passion fruit martini.
Facebook's plan to hire professional journalists instead of relying solely on algorithms to deliver news is a positive step but is unlikely to shake up an embattled media industry, analysts say.
A British court ruled on Sept 4 that a police force's use of automated facial recognition technology is lawful, dealing a blow to an activist concerned about its implications for privacy.
Now that Microsoft has restored some of its former glory, the company is going for an even more unlikely comeback: rewriting the history of its much-maligned phone business.
France is poised to become the first European country to use facial recognition technology to give citizens a secure digital identity -- whether they want it or not.
With a range of new products, Amazon is trying to get its Alexa assistant into more areas of your home.
Every half an hour, 50 vans sweep into Amazon's distribution centre in Mannheim, Germany and sweep out again with up to 200 parcels and a precise delivery plan in each.
Some were looking forward to this year's edition, held Nov 1 and 2 in Anaheim, more than usual as a much-needed respite after a punishing and anxious 12 months.