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For the 64th time, a wildly popular programme run by the US and Canadian militaries is providing real-time updates on Santa’s progress to millions around the globe.
On its way to amassing more than a billion users, Instagram has become more than just a photo sharing platform in the last nine years.
Video game releases: Cthulhu Saves Christmas, Stramium Immortaly, Brain Age: Nintendo Switch Training
Wild apparitions rearrange themselves as a space empire falls, and Nintendo gives our grey matter a gentle massaging, in this week's video game releases.
The former head of Nissan Motor Co and Renault SA, who was awaiting the first of two trials in Tokyo, somehow evaded almost round-the-clock manned and video surveillance and heavy restrictions on his freedom of movement to flee to Lebanon.
Guess who's getting used to working with robots in their everyday lives? The very same warehouse workers once predicted to be losing their jobs to mechanical replacements.
From the face scanner that will check in some attendees to the cameras-everywhere array of digital products, the CES gadget show is all-in on surveillance technology – whether it calls it that or not.
Interest in frosty Monster Hunter: World expansion Iceborne is heating up ahead of its PC release this week, among other releases.
Chinese blogger fans flames of controversy by blaming ‘lazy and unpatriotic’ Australians for bush fires
Post contrasting China’s handling of the 1987 Daxinganling wildfire with the current situation in Australia prompts vigorous debate. Comments that blame fires on ‘human rights and democracy’ face criticism for turning a Chinese disaster into patriotic ‘song of triumph’ to gain clicks online.
London’s Heathrow airport has deployed a system designed to block drones entering its airspace following a string of recent attempts that threatened Europe’s busiest travel hub.