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Indonesia has sentenced scores of prisoners to death over Zoom and other video apps during the pandemic in what critics say is an “inhumane” insult to those facing the firing squad.
LONDON/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Remember when plug-in hybrid cars were the go-to technology for the climate-conscious driver? Turns out, they're not good for the environment, according to some experts, and they could be phased out by carmakers in the face of tougher European rules.
Four family members with Covid-19, zero savings and no relief from Venezuela’s collapsed public health system: Gabriela Rodriguez saw no option but to seek help from crowdfunding.
CCDH in its report is urging social media companies to deplatform the Disinformation Dozen to stop dissemination of harmful information.
The Covid-19 pandemic has forced companies to review their commitment to volunteer missions. Everything at a distance, nothing in person – the result is e-volunteering.
From cameras criss-crossing the city to payment systems popping up at metro gates and supermarket checkouts, facial recognition is rapidly taking root in Moscow.
Russia’s X5 group, the country's leading food retailer, announced Wednesday the launch of a facial recognition payment system, the latest expansion of a technology that has sparked privacy and security concerns.
To mark International Women's Day, LifestyleTech talks to women who say that although entering the tech world has not been easy, they are making headway by working together.
The coronavirus pandemic closed their school, but it also thrust a group of disadvantaged Mexican children living next to a giant garbage dump into the digital world.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The following are reactions from academics, politicians and NGOs after Facebook Inc blocked all Australian media content including official information on coronavirus, wildfires and other important services, in an escalating dispute over paying for content.