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If Epic Games hopes to dismantle the fortress surrounding Apple’s iPhone and its app store, the video game maker probably will need to roll out some heavier artillery heading into the second week of a trial threatening Apple’s US$2 trillion (RM8.21 trillion) empire.
Cities embracing technology to improve urban life risk falling prey to hackers, Britain’s cybersecurity agency warned on May 7, urging local authorities to ensure smart cities are armed with digital defences.
Facebook-owned messaging colossus WhatsApp on May 7 retreated again from its plan to force users to accept new terms which critics said could expand data collection from its two billion users around the world.
In the weeks that followed, Wendy Spinner said she received multiple security alerts from Facebook saying someone was trying to change the information for the account, but efforts to get help went unanswered.
PARIS (Reuters) - A French air force pilot has filed a criminal complaint alleging that as part of a hazing ritual he was tied to a target on a firing range while fighter planes flew overhead and fired off munitions, his lawyer told Reuters on Saturday.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): "It felt great to watch a movie in bed. There were plenty of movies to choose from and there was also complimentary coffee － all in all, a more enjoyable experience than a traditional hotel."
(Reuters) - The United States will join a New Zealand-led global campaign to stamp out violent extremism online, the White House said, making a policy change two years after the administration of former president Donald Trump declined to participate.
Epic Games Inc’s first chance to put Apple Inc on the defensive about its App Store at a high-stakes trial got off to a rocky start.
Google said it will create a new safety section in its Play mobile-app store that will let Android smartphone users see what data developers collect about them and share, plus give access to additional privacy and security information.
BENGALURU (Reuters) -When an Indian children's rights group tracked down two boys aged 6 and 8 after it was told that their parents were both severely ill with COVID-19 and unable to care for them, the children had not eaten for days.