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Move over Paul the Octopus, Thailand has a new claimant to the football forecasting crown: Boy the "psychic" lion, who has so far correctly called four Euro 2020 matches.
Several new electric vehicle manufacturers have hit snags, with the part forward not as optimistic as what was sold to investors.
Facebook scientists on June 16 said they developed artificial intelligence software to not only identify “deepfake” images but to figure out where they came from.
Mark Zuckerberg’s approval among some Facebook Inc employees has slipped, dislodging him from Glassdoor’s ranking of the Top 100 CEOs, a list he’s been on annually since 2013.
WASHINGTON D.C. (Bloomberg): Fugitive Malaysian financier Low Taek Jho and a former member of hip-hop trio the Fugees were accused in a new indictment of illegally lobbying the Trump administration to drop an investigation tied to the 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) global bribery scandal and remove a Chinese dissident from the United States.
From paralysing the Internet in Estonia to a US$4.4mil (RM18.22mil) ransom being paid last week after the shutdown of a major US pipeline, we take a look back at 15 years of cyberattacks.
Inside the imposing beige and white limestone-walled federal courthouse in downtown Oakland, lawyers clad in face masks and plastic shields and armed with cartloads of corporate documents are brawling daily over tech arcana – the Byzantine rules that govern Apple Inc’s App Store.
The Razzies, or Golden Raspberry Awards, were created in 1980 and serve as an antidote to Hollywood's glitzy Oscars ceremony.
The US Treasury Department on April 15 slapped six Russian technology companies with sanctions for supporting Kremlin intelligence agencies engaged in “dangerous and disruptive cyberattacks”. But only one of them stands out for its international footprint and partnerships with such IT heavyweights as Microsoft and IBM.
In punishing Russian hacks and election meddling, the Biden administration on Thursday revealed new details about Russian intelligence’s vast disinformation and cyber-operations, including the names of companies that allegedly help facilitate cyber-attacks and websites accused of spreading false claims to damage the US.