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On weekdays in the Larsen household, Kirsten, 12, and Soren, 15, get up early and park themselves on the couch before school. But they do not turn on the TV. Instead, the youngsters each pull out their respective phones and fire up YouTube to get a dose of videos.
Old Dominion University students have spent this semester working with drones – but not to spy on anyone. Rather, they've focused on projects to help firefighters find blazes in remote areas and aid law enforcement in navigating water rescues.
An independent English-language news site in Qatar accused the Gulf state of censorship on Dec 1, saying two Internet service providers had blocked access to its website.
Belgium is training young people as cyber-patrollers in a government-backed campaign aimed at combating hate speech as Europe sees a surge in online abuse.
The US Federal Communications Commission is dropping plans to push through a proposed reform of the business data services market in the wake of Donald Trump's election as president.
When he was attending the University of Tampa, Wellington resident Tom Shields noticed his friends fell into two categories: "Those who could afford to buy textbooks, and those who couldn't."
Most GPS receivers are accurate within a 5- to 15-foot radius – the size of an above-ground swimming pool. That's enough to find the nearest Safeway or Starbucks, but would be a disaster for self-driving cars or drones.
A US appeals court upheld the conviction of a Pennsylvania man who made threatening statements towards his then-wife and others on Facebook, in a case that probed the boundaries of freedom of speech on social media.