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US lawmakers used a mobile phone app over the last two weeks to remotely cast votes for the first time, according to technologists and some involved in the process, embracing technology to facilitate an internal party leadership contest.
The monitoring of compliance with the standard operating procedures (SOP) under the conditional movement control order (CMCO) in Sabah is done not only in the sea and on land but also from the air, by the Sabah Police Air Wing drone unit.
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.
WhatsApp Android is beta testing video muting, which enables users to remove sound from clips that they send.
Huawei reached another milestone with the unveiling of its flagship Huawei Mate40 Series.
As Covid-19 restrictions force students to take remote exams, universities around the world are relying on proctoring software like Examplify. But many students are wary of the technology, including mass data collection and bias in facial recognition.
From a tracker that can tell where someone sleeps at night to a device detecting whether they have a mask on or not, India's government is betting on hi-tech solutions to fight Covid-19, despite growing privacy concerns.
Apple Inc is planning updates to its AirPods earbuds next year, seeking to capitalise on the success of a product that has become an important source of growth.
US President Donald Trump wants to revoke Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which dates back to 1996. This law protects freedom of expression on the web and therefore content shared on social media while preserving the platforms' immunity.
Imagine Brad Pitt speaking in six different languages: new AI translates dialogue in the speaker’s voice
The Canadian startup Resemble has developed an ingenious system for automatically translating speech into other languages while maintaining the speaker’s same voice. The tool, called Localize, is based on artificial intelligence and could prove revolutionary in several fields.