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Human Rights Watch said on Aug 10 it was seeking a new international treaty to halt the race towards fully autonomous weapons, claiming a growing number of countries wanted an outright ban.
It looks like a real cable subscription, with familiar television shows, advertisements and even a customer-service line. But the product, known as a pirated internet-protocol television service, is illegal.
Twitter Inc has struggled for years to police the growing number of employees and contractors who have the ability to reset users’ accounts and override their security settings, a problem that chief executive officer Jack Dorsey and the board were warned about multiple times since 2015, according to former employees with knowledge of the company’s security operations.
The blockchain world today is thousands of disparate platforms that can’t talk to each other. So a little-known startup hatched one of the most ambitious plans yet to bridge all the divides – and it’s got the backing of the Chinese government.
To go anywhere in Singapore these days, Joni Sng needs mobile phone apps and other technologies – a QR code to enter shops, a digital map to see how crowded a mall or park is, and a tracker to show if she was near someone infected with the coronavirus.
In what amounts to a world premiere at its WWDC developers conference, Apple has announced that German automaker BMW will shortly be offering its customers digital keys that work with its latest iOS. Armed with an iPhone, BMW drivers will be able to lock, unlock and start their vehicles, and also share their keys electronically.
Logitech has announced a new labeling system to inform consumers about the environmental impact of its products, which will be rolled out for its entire catalogue by 2025.
“Sharing economy” firms like Uber and Airbnb were seeing surging growth and predictions they would reshape several economic sectors. Then the pandemic hit.
A small island off Britain’s south coast is trialling the country’s virus-tracing smartphone app, before it’s rolled out over the next few days to track the pandemic nationwide. There have already been some hiccups.
A group of 13 US attorneys general asked Amazon.com on Tuesday to provide data on coronavirus-linked infections and deaths among its workforce, along with evidence of the company's compliance with paid sick leave laws.