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Can a smartphone interfere with your pacemaker? The magnetic technology for charging Apple's new iPhones has prompted a number of warnings. We asked medical experts to explain the impact for everyday life.
A company is developing a device the size of a breadcrumb that doctors can insert into the spine or skull and magnetically steer to a target to deliver a precise dose of drugs.
(Reuters) - Next year, Alphabet Inc's Google plans to phase out technology in its Chrome browser that lets other companies track users' web browsing. But that does not mean you will see irrelevant ads, or that the pair of shoes you have been eyeing will stop following you around the web.
It’s the sort of chance that comes along just once in a blue Moon: a Japanese billionaire is throwing open a private lunar expedition to eight people from around the world.
Microsoft Corp unveiled software tools designed to make it easier and less expensive for people to access virtual reality and augmented reality content, and for more creators to build these digital and holographic worlds.
(Reuters) - Apple said on Monday all its 270 U.S. stores have been opened, the first time in almost a year after it was forced to shutter several outlets because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The global health care and pharmaceutical industries bore the brunt of cyberattacks in 2020 as nation-state hackers and criminals targeted companies looking for information on Covid-19 as well as vaccine development, cybersecurity research firm CrowdStrike said in a report made public Monday.
A man in China scaled a utility pole to do sit-ups off the top of it, stunning onlookers and causing a power cut to thousands of homes, media said on Feb 23.
Kroger Co says personal data, including Social Security numbers of some of its US pharmacy and clinic customers, may have been stolen in the hack of a third-party vendor’s file-transfer service.
Tasked with tackling sky-high rates of vaccine hesitancy in Kazakhstan, an online chatbot has been enlisted to shatter myths and dispel doubts about the Covid-19 jab as the Central Asian nation kicks off its inoculation drive.