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Following El Salvador’s troubled rollout of bitcoin as legal tender, the cryptocurrency market took a hit with other tokens also dropping in value.
The made-to-watch Tokyo Games, where pandemic precautions prevent permitting spectators, have become a digital affair more than ever. From social media to streaming, athletes and their events are reaching the public in record-smashing and trailblazing ways.
Providing care for people in need is a major social challenge. Can artificial intelligence be part of the solution? From machines that help turn us over in bed to robots to talk to, researchers are trying out various ways to augment human care work.
Terry Colli and three other residents of the John Knox Village senior community got a trip via computer to the International Space Station on Tuesday, a kickoff to a Stanford University study on whether virtual reality can improve the emotional well-being of older people.
TikTok released an apology last June to members of the Black creator community who felt "unsafe, unsupported, or suppressed" by the app, and vowed to take steps to improve Black creators' experience on the app.
Elon Musk's tweet encouraging Bitcoin miners make operations more environmentally friendly has helped the cryptocurrency maintain its value, after a rough past week.
Dogecoin, a cryptocurrency originally created as a joke, has grabbed the headlines thanks to repeated interest from tech billionaire Elon Musk – and despite doubts in the financial community.
The cyberextortion attempt that has forced the shutdown of a vital US pipeline was carried out by a criminal gang known as DarkSide that cultivates a Robin Hood image of stealing from corporations and giving a cut to charity, two people close to the investigation said on May 9.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. securities regulator is considering measures to require big investors to disclose more about short positions, or bets that stocks will fall, use of derivatives to bet on other stock moves and to protect small investors from trading apps that use features common to video games in order to boost risky trading activity.
As vaccinations speed up and companies look to reopen their offices, workers want something in return: confidence that it’s safe to be there, elbow to elbow with colleagues they’ve encountered only on screens for months.