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The utterly charming Letters launched Oct 22 with a casual-friendly story about pen pals and word puns.
IndieCade Europe has announced winners in nine categories following a two-day video game festival in Paris, France, with social connector Kind Words winning the Grand Prix and Biped scooping Audience Choice.
Axon Enterprise Inc, the leading maker of US police body cameras, began shipping new devices last week with security upgrades it says could aid in thwarting and discrediting "deepfake" videos.
Apple Inc was denied relief for tariffs on five Chinese-made components for the upcoming Mac Pro computer, even after the company announced it was keeping some assembly operations in the US.
The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is pursuing allegations that several of Facebook’s advertisers broke the law by restricting job postings on the social network to people of certain ages or genders.
Nepali Internet has become a battleground for debates, which on most occasions, yield nothing but more outrage and resentment.
In a country where privacy protections are considered weak and anything-goes data collection has become the norm, Chinese tech entrepreneur Yang Geng stands out.
Get ready for the Sept 7 sales launch of the RM1,599 newest nova in the series.
Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc have argued to Chicago city officials that the names of their drivers should be treated as “trade secrets”, and should not be released because competitors could use the information to attempt to hire them away.
Matt Salinger announced that works by his tech-adverse father will finally be released digitally as e-books, nearly ten years after his death.