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STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden's Ericsson on Tuesday unveiled a subscription service for remote working in North America that would allow employees of small businesses to start working from home in minutes with access to licensed apps, cloud storage and security tools.
In celebration of its own 60th anniversary and a 30-year-old handheld console, Sega has created a miniature Game Gear Micro.
Some tech users are fast becoming the new generation of hoarders – storing thousands of digital files on their devices and never letting them go.
Amid reports that Amazon employs thousands of people to listen to customers talk to their virtual personal assistant Alexa, Florida’s chief financial officer is warning residents to be careful what they say about their private health matters.
When newly appointed WarnerMedia Entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt took a swipe at his biggest competitor in the streaming space last week, telling NBC News that Netflix lacked a brand and was akin to Encyclopaedia Brittanica, he might have done well to recall what happened to one of his corporate predecessors back in 2010.
Imagine a travel search engine so smart it can find you a hotel based on your kids' favourite activities.
The leap into the driverless future may not mean buying an entirely new car. Google's autonomous driving project Waymo hopes you can one day install its software in your old model.
Chinese cyber spies have targeted Cambodian government institutions, opposition party members, diplomats and media, possibly to gather information ahead of elections later this month, according to cybersecurity firm FireEye Inc.
It's the size of a grain of rice but could hold the key to many aspects of your life.