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The 2020 boom in cryptocurrencies has brought a new surge in fraud in an environment that's still largely unregulated. An Elliptic report gives worrying figures, with an increase of more than 600% in cryptocurrency losses due to theft or scams between 2020 and 2021.
Trialed a few years ago, in countries including France, bicycle speed cameras will be officially implemented for the first time in a major European city, in Barcelona.
PlantLife is a new application that takes a leaf out of the TikTok playbook. Here, users can scroll or upload photos... of plants.
The deceptively named Happy Game puts players in the role of a young boy trapped in a nightmare, who has to navigate disturbing puzzles to escape.
Ever feel no one is really listening on online meetings? An expert shares tricks to keep remote colleagues happy and awake during meetings.
Paris e-scooter rental companies are lowering the top speed of their tiny rides in busy tourist spots, as pressure mounts to make their services safer for pedestrians.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - WhatsApp has won regulatory approval to double the number of users on its payments service in India to 40 million, a source with direct knowledge told Reuters on Friday.
A museum detailing the history of mobile phones, told in the form of over 2,000 handsets dating back from 1984, can now be visited online.
MUNICH (Reuters) - Whether buying computer chips directly from manufacturers, reconfiguring cars, or producing them with parts missing, automakers are having to get creative to cope with the global shortage of semiconductors.
ROME (Reuters) -Italy's antitrust regulator has fined Alphabet's Google and iPhone maker Apple 10 million euros ($11.2 million) each for "aggressive practices" linked to the commercial use of user data.