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Twitter said on Nov 17 that it was rolling out tweets which disappear after 24 hours, joining rival social platforms in offering ephemeral messages.
Hailed as a route to a green, carbon-free future, electric car batteries have the world's superpowers vying for a share of what promises to be a lucrative market.
Waze now gives a heads up when drivers approach highway-railroad intersections, like where car traffic meets KTMB tracks.
European Union regulators filed antitrust charges on Nov 10 against Amazon, accusing the e-commerce giant of using its access to data from companies that sell products on its platform to gain an unfair advantage over them.
The European Commission on Oct 19 launched an EU-wide system devised to link national Covid-19 tracing apps together in its latest effort to slow down the coronavirus pandemic.
As the world grows more and more digital, and as remote working and remote learning increasingly become the way of life, Huawei’s IdeaHub is the device to help businesses, governments, and individuals alike settle into the next normal.
Since news first broke that Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny had been poisoned with a nerve agent, some of the most popular coverage in Germany has come from Kremlin-funded outlets questioning Berlin’s efforts to blame Moscow for the attack.
As makeshift tent cities spring up across Canada to house rough sleepers who fear using shelters due to Covid-19, one city is leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) to predict which residents risk becoming homeless.
When the coronavirus pandemic forced Italian tyremaker Pirelli to temporarily shut its factories in March, R&D chief Pierangelo Misani needed a rapid rethink.
Financial leaders of the world's seven biggest economies will say on Oct 13 that they oppose the launch of Facebook's Libra stablecoin until it is properly regulated, a draft G7 statement showed.