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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Tesla Inc filed a petition with U.S. auto safety regulators saying that 612,000 vehicles produced since 2012 do not fully comply with federal safety standards because displays can be switched from miles per hour to only metric measurements, documents released on Friday show.
With Parler’s very existence on the line, its lawyer began with a startling admission to a Seattle federal judge that he’s not on social media and has been trying to quickly get up to speed on the technology.
Google experiments hiding Australian news sites from some local users, amid push to compel tech firms to pay media outlets for content.
For several years now, cars have had a prominent place at the CES in Las Vegas. For this 2021 edition, which this year is entirely virtual, manufacturers are revolutionising the good old dashboard, which has been transformed into a real digital console.
Amazon.com Inc urged a judge not to order the company to restore web-hosting service to Parler LLC, saying the conservative social media platform failed to police violent content before and after the Capitol riot.
As the world adjusts to a Twitter without @realdonaldtrump, the next big question is: “Now what?”
(Reuters) - Delivery drones, virtual art exhibits and U.S. football games will headline Verizon Communications Inc's announcements on Monday at the annual consumer electronics tradeshow CES as it shows off 5G technology partnerships with the National Football League (NFL), the Metropolitan Museum of Art and UPS.
Robots that helped people survive and stay safe over the past year are touting their value at the tech industry’s annual extravaganza amid a pandemic which has given fresh momentum to the robotics sector.
Social network Gab is benefitting from the suspension of several Twitter accounts – including Donald Trump’s – and the taking offline of rival Parler, its CEO said on Jan 11.
Parler, the conservative social media platform whose traffic has surged amid a crackdown on inflammatory content by its rivals, sued Amazon.com Inc for ending web-hosting service for the site in the wake of rioting at the US Capitol last week.