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Google’s paid music services have eclipsed 15 million subscribers, according to two people familiar with the numbers, a milestone for a company that has struggled to build subscription media businesses.
Google unveiled a slew of new privacy features at its annual developer conference on May 7, but the Internet giant also gave users new reasons to give the company even more of their personal information.
Casual stickman putter Golf Blitz embraces mobile multiplayer, sprawling adventure Final Fantasy XII finds new life on Switch & Xbox One, and Epitasis lays out a strange planetary puzzle to decipher, among other releases.
Facebook says it is rolling out a wide range of updates aimed at combating the spread of false and harmful information on the social media site.
Amazon has partnered with the taxpayer-funded National Science Foundation on a three-year, US$20mil (RM81.66mil) programme to fund basic research into fairness in artificial intelligence systems, which are under increasing scrutiny as they spread in society and sometimes amplify existing biases.
A Syrian refugee and his son were buried in New Zealand on March 20 in the first funerals of those killed in the twin mosque massacre as Kiwis braced for days of emotional farewells following the mass slayings.
Parents of premature babies who spent time in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) remember all too well the burdensome vital sign sensors stuck on the infants' tiny bodies – linking them through a mess of wires to monitoring equipment.
It started with a Facebook post.
YouTube’s year-in-review video is usually a celebration of video creators who upload free clips — sometimes wacky, sometimes personal, sometimes offensive — that the company then sells ads against.
A cyberattack on Australian lawmakers that breached the networks of major political parties was probably carried out by a foreign government, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Feb 18, but did not name any suspects.