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In the suburbs of Dublin on a windy, overcast day in January, several alumni of Airbus and the UK’s Royal Air Force watched as a flying object, shaped a bit like a crouching frog, hovered about 10 meters (33 feet) up in the air.
The coronavirus outbreak has forced thousands of companies and schools to operate remotely in Hong Kong. Now the city’s protesters are planning to go virtual in a bid to sustain their movement’s momentum.
Uber Technologies Inc drivers and takeout delivery workers have a new champion in the European Union’s antitrust chief, who wants to help them fight for better pay and conditions.
Thailand's prime minister and the army denied on Wednesday opposition accusations in parliament that the military targets political opponents and rights activists with online propaganda campaigns run from fake accounts on Facebook and Twitter.
In a sign that interest in the video game Fortnite is perhaps waning, earnings from the game that made Cary-based Epic Games an industry juggernaut continue to decline.
It's probably not the first place people would think to go for the latest scoop on video game news, but the US Patent Office can be a treasure trove of information on the gaming industry.
In 2018, Tep Sareth launched the Khmer Automobile Club, the first emergency roadside assistance service in Cambodia.
Police say a session of the popular video game Fortnite recorded audio of a scuffle inside a Zilwaukee home that led to gunfire and a woman suffering from multiple bullet wounds.
China's local governments are ramping up surveillance efforts with new data collection campaigns to better trace residents' moves in public areas, seeking to curb the coronavirus outbreak but heightening privacy concerns.
Greater data collection has helped prevent the virus from spreading in China because it enables precise reporting of hotspots. The rush to scoop up even more data to fight the outbreak has led to privacy breaches, especially for residents in the epicentre of Wuhan.