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Nami Hamaura says she feels less lonely working from home thanks to her singing companion Charlie, one of a new generation of cute and clever Japanese robots whose sales are booming in the pandemic.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Dozens of Australian companies, charities and information providers reacted with anger on Thursday after being shut down by Facebook, imploring the social media giant to restore their pages as calls for users to delete the platform grew.
Fears of being cooped up during a curfew have led the Dutch to resort to creative ways to dodge the rules, with people signing up for borrow-a-dog services online and ordering the uniforms of home delivery companies.
Who let the dogs out? They let themselves out with a smart door... if you have the big bucks to pay for one, that is.
(Reuters) - A South Korean startup has developed an AI-powered dog collar that can detect five emotions in canines by monitoring their barks using voice recognition technology.
Danielle Schwartz didn’t ask for an oil painting of her cat. But she loves the portrait of Stinky that hangs in her upstate New York home, a surprise gift from an unlikely place: an online pet store.
As the holiday season approaches, the Mozilla Foundation has published a guide to help shoppers choose safe, secure connected products when it comes to protecting privacy, and to steer clear of the “creepiest” gadgets.
If you've always wondered what your cat is trying to tell you when it meows, then this is the app for you and your feline companion.
As division roils the country ahead of the US presidential election, Justine Lee is out to “Make America Dinner Again” and foster understanding in the process.
Rescuers managed to save over a thousand animals but the rest had already perished when they arrived at the hub in Henan province. They are said to have been dumped there by a courier truck driver after the facility refused to accept the live shipment.