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Skateboarders, surfers and mountain bikers used to be the target customers for California startup Skydio, a maker of high-end drones that can home in on people and capture their movements on video all by themselves. Now US police officers, firefighters and soldiers are interested in the self-flying machines.
The largest university press in the world, Oxford University Press, has announced that it will continue to offer ebooks for free to students during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Ireland's High Court on Sept 14 temporarily froze a probe by Facebook's lead European Union regulator that threatened to halt the US social media giant's transatlantic data flows.
Researchers showed that a used N95 mask can be "rejuvenated" with a jolt of electricity.
ByteDance founder and CEO Yiming Zhang's decision to drop his pursuit of a sale of TikTok's US operations to Microsoft Corp in favour of a partnership with Oracle Corp was the culmination of pressure from the Beijing-based firm's investors as it searched for a deal to appease the United States and China.
Zoom says in a court filing that it is shielded from lawsuits over Zoombombings under the same federal law that protects other Internet platforms from being sued when a terrorist is inspired by social media posts.
Facebook has fallen woefully short in stopping political manipulation of the platform by governments around the world, according to a data scientist fired this month by the social network.
Cloud computing was Alibaba’s second-biggest revenue contributor last quarter, with sales growing 59% to US$1.8bil. The computer packs enough power to cut the rendering time of one frame of high resolution animation from 90 minutes down to 10 minutes.
As governments embrace tracing apps to stem the spread of Covid-19, a Dutch-based organisation announced grants this week to fight alleged violations of digital rights during the coronavirus pandemic.
A group of users of the messaging app say the president’s executive order is unconstitutional and discriminates against Chinese-Americans. US Department of Justice says WeChat users will not face civil or criminal penalties.