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(Reuters) - Years before becoming president of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel pushed for greater public access to the internet at a time when it was only available to a tiny minority. He would eventually succeed in getting much of his country online.
While some 800 people were arrested throughout Europe and Australia in widely publicised takedowns announced last month, no one was arrested in the US. Why?
Technology such as touchless payment systems to order food and apps to schedule times to ride attractions or make dining reservations is meant to reduce the risk of spreading Covid-19.
Scam ads featuring US state governor photos and fake solar energy tax breaks prospered on Facebook for more than a year.
The exorbitant costs of nursing home and assisted living care are driving sales — and innovation — in the technology market.
Major Hollywood studios as well as Netflix and Amazon are escalating their crackdown on streaming device sellers that they say facilitate piracy on a massive scale.
Every year one or two breakout technologies capture the imagination of consumers. Eighteen months ago it was Pokémon Go, the first augmented reality mobile app to really catch fire. A few years before that it was 3D printers.
At American Lithium Energy's headquarters outside San Diego, President and co-founder Jiang Fan opens a padlocked door to the company's battery testing chamber.