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A trial is underway in the UK exploring how artificial intelligence can be used to help monitor the lung physiology of Covid-19 patients to optimise ventilation treatments.
Uber Technologies Inc is bracing for a long summer of legal battles that could see the end of its reign in London and entitle its drivers to a long list of workers’ rights.
Uber Technologies Inc has quietly launched a service to give public health officials quick access to data on drivers and riders presumed to have come into contact with someone infected with Covid-19, company officials told Reuters.
Samsung is set to reveal five new devices at the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event on Aug 5, which will be held in South Korea.
While a resurgence in coronavirus cases in Texas has brought many businesses to a screeching halt, eight robots have kept All Axis Machining's metal fabrication facility in Dallas humming.
Deep in the electric-vehicle industry’s supply chain is a little-known Japanese manufacturer that makes a seemingly mundane, but essential, device: coil-winding machines.
Jana Jumpp spends eight hours a day updating a spreadsheet – not for work, but a recent hobby: figuring out how many of Amazon’s 400,000 warehouse workers have fallen sick with the coronavirus.
TikTok, the popular video-sharing app, has come under fire by the Trump administration several weeks after people used the app to flood Trump’s Tulsa, Oklahoma, rally with fake registrations in a mass prank. The administration is now considering a ban of the app due to security risks – a claim experts say is valid.
As Twitter Inc grapples with the worst security breach in its 14-year history, it must now uncover whether its employees were victims of sophisticated phishing schemes or if they deliberately allowed hackers to access high-profile accounts.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's subsidiary UC Web is slashing staff in India after a ban on 59 Chinese-origin mobile apps that includes UC Web's browser and two other products.