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A two-week event themed after a lavish evening party provides seven temporary game modes on 48-hour rotations and a wealth of eye-catching costumes.
When British police used facial recognition cameras to monitor crowds arriving for a football match in Wales, some fans protested by covering their faces. In a sign of the technology’s divisiveness, even the head of a neighboring police force said he opposed it.
Alibaba’s promise to the Olympic family is to bring its technological might to help organizers, broadcasters and fans.
Season 6 of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds debuts its smallest map to date: the 2x2km Karakin map features destructible walls and floors, and a Black Zone that levels entire towns and compounds.
The unfolding story of eSurv has renewed questions about the growing use of spyware.
Two of the biggest new video game genres are being merged in Might & Magic: Chess Royale, which pairs 100-player eliminations with chessboard-style strategy.
The Lunar New Year period sees hundreds of millions of Chinese people return to their hometowns each year. This year, China is using AI and 5G technology to improve the experience for commuters.
On Jan 17, Patrick Spence, chief executive officer of the pioneering digital speaker maker Sonos, will testify in front of the House antitrust subcommittee, which is seven months into an examination of competition in digital markets. A week after suing Google for infringing on five of its patents, Sonos will presumably make the case that both Google and Amazon, which sell rival speakers powered by their voice-activated assistants, competed unfairly.
This year won't be the first time Red Lobster has been around for a presidential election or the Summer Olympic Games.