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Oliver Cameron co-founded the self-driving car startup Voyage in 2017 on the theory that retirement communities are the perfect place to launch a robo-taxi service.
British and French spies can only be handed access to the personal data of phone and Internet users when there’s a “serious threat” to national security, the European Union’s top court ruled.
US Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai said on Oct 5 that he stands by the agency's repeal of landmark net neutrality rules and circulated a proposal to address three issues raised by a US appeals court.
Nvidia Corp on Oct 5 laid out a multi-year plan to create a new kind of chip for data centres, aimed at siphoning off more functions from its chief rival Intel Corp.
Journalist Sarah Frier promises her book No Filter: The Inside Story Of Instagram is a revealing, behind-the-scenes look at how Instagram became a social media sensation as a member of Facebook's family of online services.
In the space of a few minutes, on a prerecorded video filmed thousands of miles from where it was shown, the tech-savvy president of El Salvador captured the two strikingly different sides of this year’s unprecedented – and virtual – "gathering” of world leaders "at” the UN General Assembly in 2020.
“Flying taxis” will start taking off from an aerodrome north of Paris as soon as next June, operators said, in a trial ahead of a vast tourist influx for the 2024 Olympics.
Scientists have created a device which could make it easier to harness super-fast quantum computers for real-world applications, a team at Finland’s Aalto University said on Sept 30.
As Vietnam prepares for its National Congress in January – a time known for clampdowns of government critics – it is also rolling out a controversial cybersecurity bill.
After seeing positive results to a trial run of a prompt that encourages users to read an article before they retweet it, Twitter says the feature will roll out globally.