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There are a fast-growing number of things in your car you can control with your voice using Google's Assistant, Apple's Siri or Amazon's Alexa. Is it really helpful or just a gimmick?
For Sabrina Herlory, 42, Managing Director of M.A.C. Cosmetics, interviewed here, the future of brands will inevitably involve the humanisation of the digital.
Amid the frenzied journeys to restock fridges or drop off stocking stuffers, drivers and shoppers in the United States for on-demand delivery apps like Shipt, DoorDash and Instacart must navigate a maze of pandemic-induced obstacles, any one of which can shrink their pay.
Silicon Valley is seeing departures of some of its high-profile stars as a pandemic-linked shift to remote work and political polarisation have dulled the allure of the key tech industry hub.
The offending advert was produced by JD Finance and went viral on TikTok’s Chinese version Douyin and Weibo. The incident comes as China tightens regulation of online content deemed harmful, illegal or politically sensitive.
Smart cities are tackling the new pandemic normal by using contact tracing apps, traffic data plus video monitoring to ensure residents stay safe and stick to social distancing SOPs.
A devastating cyberattack on US government agencies has also hit targets worldwide, with the list of victims still growing, according to researchers, heightening fears over computer security and espionage.
(Reuters) - The suspected Russian hack of U.S. government agencies has led to heated rhetoric from lawmakers, with U.S. Senator Dick Durbin calling it "virtually a declaration of war" and U.S. Senator Marco Rubio saying that "America must retaliate, and not just with sanctions."
A look back on gaming history, from "prehistoric" Pac-Man to worlds as limitless as a hacker's imagination.
Tech entrepreneur Luo Yonghao promises to pay customers back after wool jumpers sold through one of his live streams were found to be fake. Luo says his company checked suppliers’ qualifications before the sale, but suspects them of forging documents and deliberately committing fraud.