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Six-time Asian Games medallist says his former agents have taken control of the account, despite ending their partnership in June.
Interactive educational apps may be able to help young children master early academic skills like math and reading, a research review suggests.
In a significant move aimed to protect Nepali migrant workers from possible exploitation, the Nepal government has introduced an online application system that will regulate the hiring of workers.
Samsung announced that five successful innovative projects developed by its C-Lab inside team will be showcased at this year's CES 2020.
The chair of a US congressional panel wrote to Alphabet's Google and to Apple on Friday to ask what if any disclosures mobile apps are required to make regarding overseas ties, a concern that follows reports of Chinese investment in popular apps such as TikTok and Grindr.
Homeland Security Investigations section has a little-known Child Exploitation Investigations lab where agents scour disturbing photos and videos of child sexual abuse.
Sony has launched a 40th anniversary special edition Walkman that makes a modern MP3 player look like the old school cassette player. But before you ask, no, it can't play cassettes.
A year ago the European Parliament attacked Facebook Inc in the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Now it’s embroiled in a privacy scandal of its own after using US software company NationBuilder to process political data concerning more than 300,000 people.
Laborious calculations which once took an hour can be completed in a fraction of a second with machine learning, according to scientists. Artificial intelligence can work out the ties that bind particles at subatomic level.
Amazon has considered adding facial recognition technology to its Ring doorbell cameras, according to a letter to a US senator defending its video-sharing partnerships with police.