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A Russian defence contractor accused by the United States of supporting cyberattacks has developed sophisticated software used to spy on smartphones, an American security company said on July 24.
General Motors Co's self-driving unit, Cruise, said on July 24 it was delaying the commercial deployment of cars past its target of 2019 as more testing of the vehicles was required.
An Israeli spyware firm thought to have hacked WhatsApp in the past denied a report July 19 that it had boasted to clients that it can scoop user data from servers run by technology titans.
US President Donald Trump said on July 16 his administration would investigate whether Alphabet Inc's Google supports the Chinese government, following accusations that a company official refuted hours later at a Senate hearing.
Video game publisher and developer Ubisoft is continuing its partnership with screen star Joseph Gordon-Levitt, whose production company collective is to provide ten tracks for March 2020's Watch Dogs: Legion.
Other new investors include the Alibaba Entrepreneurs Fund, Blue Pool Capital and actor Will Smith’s Dreamers Fund.
In a packed ballroom in Beijing’s national convention centre, the executive from a major technology company laid out ambitious plans for the future of artificial intelligence in China. He explained how customised semiconductors would help power everything from autonomous cars to voice-activated industrial machines.
US college student was late returning a textbook to Amazon, so the company took US$3,800 from her dad
Amazon.com Inc tells customers that renting textbooks instead of buying them can save up to 80% off the purchase price: “Get your textbooks delivered to your door and save both time and money.”
The chairman of the US Federal Trade Commission asked children’s privacy advocates whether having video creators on YouTube disable ads could resolve concerns the site is violating laws to protect kids, according to a person familiar with the conversation.
In Argentina's remote northern province of Jujuy, Chinese telecoms giant ZTE is installing a little slice of the Asian nation's vast surveillance state – security cameras that the local government says will help to curb street crime.