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WeRide has completed a total of 147,128 robotaxi trips for more than 60,000 passengers in the past year, it says. Nearly 60% of about 650 passengers surveyed say they use the robotaxi service for regular commutes.
China hailed as a success its pre-dawn launch on Nov 24 of a robotic spacecraft to bring back rocks from the moon in the first bid by any country to retrieve lunar surface samples since the 1970s, a mission underscoring Chinese ambitions in space.
GitHub launched an ambitious archiving programme so that future historians would have a better grasp of open-source projects designed by current and past developers.
When US President Donald Trump exits the Oval Office on Jan 20, don’t expect him to disappear from your Twitter feed.
The full extent of online cheating inspired by the pandemic – illicit Googling, friends texting answers to each other or sharing screen shots of exam questions in advance – can’t be measured, despite the new popularity of camera-monitoring, online proctoring and artificial intelligence to track students’ computer moves.
Why you shouldn’t click on links from strangers and what’s being done to curb health-related misinformation on social media.
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.
In its latest push to collect data on consumer purchases, Amazon is expanding a new palm recognition payment technology into three more Seattle-area stores, the company announced.
Berkeley entrepreneur Aza Raskin invented endless scroll technology in 2006 while working at a small user-interface company called Humanized. He has since expressed regret about how much this now ubiquitous online feature has shaped our lives.
Following Donald Trump’s quick recovery from Covid-19 last month, advertisements appeared on the dark web – the seamy underbelly of the Internet – selling what they claimed was Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc’s drug that the president touted as a ‘miracle’ cure – even though it hadn’t yet been approved for public sale.