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Retired electric vehicle batteries that are repackaged into energy-storage systems are being targeted at industrial consumers who’ve been slower to adopt the technology than utilities or homeowners.
Sony Corp is preparing to open up its PlayStation 5 for internal storage upgrades this summer, lifting a bottleneck that prevents gamers from having more than a few marquee games on their console at one time, people briefed on the plan said.
The Galaxy Buds Pro are Samsung’s most evolved earbuds yet.
Working with rural tribal communities in the southwestern US state of New Mexico, Kimball Sekaquaptewa knows more than most about the challenges of remote schooling.
Sharing digitally altered “deepfake” pornographic images should be made a crime, a British government-backed review said on Feb 26 after finding victims were being denied justice because the law has not kept up with new, high-tech forms of abuse.
Video game publisher Electronic Arts Inc has cancelled a game that was in development at its Montreal office for nearly six years, according to people familiar with the matter.
LONDON (Reuters) - A government-sponsored review of financial technology firms chaired by former Worldpay CEO Ron Kalifa has set out recommendations for government and private sector action to keep the UK competitive, after Brexit left fintechs in Britain adrift from the European Union single market.
LONDON (Reuters) - Brexit, COVID-19 and overseas competition are challenging fintech's future in Britain and the country should act to stay competitive, a government-backed review said on Friday.
Facebook is not backing down in its fight with Apple over a new privacy feature that could curb tracking needed for the social network’s targeted ads, launching a major media campaign to defend a practice that is a big revenue generator.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Facebook Inc ended a one-week blackout of Australian news on its popular social media site on Friday and announced preliminary commercial agreements with three small local publishers.