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GENEVA (Reuters) - Britain and other countries drawing up legislation to regulate online content - including racist abuse - must avoid overly broad definitions and over-reliance on algorithms that might curb free speech, United Nations officials warned on Wednesday.
We geezers love to hate new social media, and TikTok, where kids post short videos of themselves, is the latest thing to despise.
Google, in the past couple of weeks, has rolled out a bunch of new features for Google Assistant.
In order to protect its customers from any potential interference from its devices, the company has updated its support document to list out devices that it says customers should keep away from their medical devices.
The Joker malware is back to trouble Google. Researchers from Quick Heal Security Labs have detected eight apps that are on the Google Play Store that are laced with this Joker malware and we suggest you delete them right away if you have them on your devices.
For Americans whose businesses fall victim to ransomware and want simple advice on whether to pay the criminals, don’t expect much help from the US government. The answer is apt to be: It depends.
A British research company may have discovered a magic number for American media consumers – and it’s seven.
A discussion of NFTs and digital art theft inadvertently leads to an existential crisis over online identity.
In recent years, a stream of developers and executives from top video game publisher Blizzard have left to create their own studios, seeking the creative freedom and autonomy they feel is no longer possible at a company chasing mega hits.
At a virtual product launch in November for Apple’s Mac reboot, actor John Hodgman appeared in a nerdy, ill-fitting suit before a white backdrop.