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France's much-heralded new phone app for tracking coronavirus cases has only alerted 14 people that they were at risk of infection since its launch three weeks ago, the digital affairs minister said June 23.
China on June 23 successfully put into orbit the final satellite of its Beidou navigation network, rival to the US-owned GPS.
Sure Google Maps is best known for helping people figure out how to get from point A to point B, but it also has several features built in that can make life easier, such as ordering food to be delivered.
Two types of self-driving bus are being tested out in Estonia this week as part of initiatives that could revolutionise public transport in Europe.
Japan’s government on June 18 urged citizens to install the country’s first coronavirus-tracing app when it launches this week, pledging that the system would not invade users’ privacy.
Germany launched a coronavirus tracing app on June 16 that officials say is so secure even government ministers can use it, though developers acknowledge it isn't perfect yet.
Technical problems were discovered with the Long March 3B rocket carrier during a routine pre-launch check. The system would reflect ‘the party’s ongoing drive to decouple itself from Western critical technologies’, analyst says.
Contact-tracing apps rolled out by Bahrain, Kuwait and Norway to track the spread of the coronavirus have endangered the privacy and security of hundreds of thousands of people by marking users’ locations in real time, human rights group Amnesty International said.
Six former eBay Inc employees have been charged with waging an extensive campaign to terrorize and intimidate the editor and publisher of an online newsletter with threats and disturbing deliveries to their home, including live spiders and cockroaches, federal authorities said Monday.
In a matter of weeks, the coronavirus pandemic sparked a technological revolution in healthcare systems across the world that might otherwise have taken years.