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The FBI and US Department of Homeland Security are planning to release a warning about the hacking as governments race to develop a vaccine, two reports say. China’s foreign affairs ministry spokesman rejected the allegation, saying China firmly opposes all cyberattacks.
As the use of facial recognition rises, so do privacy concerns. These glasses are designed to block the technology.
The chunky, thick-framed glasses Scott Urban makes in his Chicago workshop in the United States look like normal eye glasses, but when viewed on a security camera, the wearer’s face becomes a shining orb.
Passwords could be a thing of the past, as biometrics and a technology called Fido are upgrading today’s feeble security foundation.
Anyone planning to outfit their residence with smart home technology should keep data security as a top priority when choosing which system to go with.
Volvo Car AB is grappling with plant shutdowns and layoffs, but one thing it’s not doing amid the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic is pumping the brakes on autonomous driving development.
Burger King is trialling an app for ordering food and booking a table at its outlets in Italy, as it seeks to persuade locals it is safe to eat out again after more than two months of coronavirus lockdown.
As governments race to develop mobile tracing apps to help contain infections, attention is turning to how officials will ensure users’ privacy.
SAS Institute has recorded a profit every year since it was founded in 1976. The coronavirus will probably end that streak, but the software company’s billionaire owner said he isn’t too concerned.
A middle-aged woman arrived at a tent set up by St. John’s Well Child and Family Center for coronavirus testing on April 13, her mother in tow. When both tested positive, clinic staff began to ask more questions.
Religious councils are providing online payment solutions for zakat fitrah (tithe), so the public can perform their religious duties while staying at home.