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With the Bill and Melinda Gates divorce bombshell still echoing, so begins the process of divvying up the fourth-largest fortune in the world.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) -Cryptocurrency ether rose to a fresh record peak on Tuesday before dropping sharply as some investors pulled profits from a white-hot market bulging with questionable new entrants.
Chinese tech giant Baidu rolled out its paid driverless taxi service on May 2, making it the first company to commercialise autonomous driving operations in China.
For years, Facebook and Instagram accounts have been items of interest to pirates surfing the dark web, but this black market is always evolving.
TOKYO/LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies posted sharp losses on Friday, on concern that U.S. President Joe Biden's plan to raise capital gains taxes will curb investments in digital assets.
Apple Inc unveiled an updated iPad Pro with a faster processor, 5G connectivity, upgraded screen and new cameras, offering a more powerful version of its priciest tablet aimed at workers and students returning to offices and schools.
Twenty six percent of Gen Zers in the survey cited playing video games as their favourite entertainment activity, compared to 14% for listening to music, 12% for browsing the Internet and 11% for engaging on social media. Only 10% said they would rather watch a movie or TV show at home.
Perhaps the biggest development in recent years has been the trend of companies giving away top-notch games that previously might have sold for US$60 (RM248), and then persuading players to spend big bucks on upgrades to enhance their enjoyment or provide a competitive edge.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's LG Electronics Inc will wind down its loss-making mobile division after failing to find a buyer, a move that is set to make it the first major smartphone brand to completely withdraw from the market.
A top Biden administration official says the government is undertaking a new effort to help electric utilities, water districts and other critical industries protect against potentially damaging cyberattacks.