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Amazon’s latest Alexa gadget is a screen that will turn itself towards you as you walk around, promising to open up new ways to interact with an AI-powered screen. Is it Amazon’s creepiest new invasion into the home or a genius innovation?
A Ukrainian national, part of hacking group FIN7, was sentenced to a decade in the US prison system for his role in compromising millions of financial accounts.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -NASA awarded billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk's space company SpaceX a $2.9 billion contract to build a spacecraft to bring astronauts to the moon as early as 2024, the agency said on Friday, picking it over Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin and defense contractor Dynetics Inc.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Amid the cascade of U.S. sanctions imposed Thursday on Russian cybersecurity companies and officials alleged to be operating on behalf of the Kremlin's intelligence services, one company stood out: the Fresh Air Farm House in Karachi, Pakistan.
DETROIT (Reuters) -General Motors Co and South Korean joint-venture partner LG Energy Solution on Friday said they will build a second U.S. battery cell manufacturing plant, revealing plans for a $2.3 billion factory in Spring Hill, Tennessee.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Thousands of vaccination slots in Stockholm earmarked for Sweden's oldest and frailest people are being passed on to younger patients, with critics accusing the region of failing to adapt the process for those not used to digital technology.
The State Administration of Market Regulation was formed just three years ago. The government agency has become one of the most powerful forces in China’s crackdown on Internet giants.
DARPA, a US military research lab, has developed a chip that can continuously test people’s blood for the new coronavirus. The invention is in late-stage testing and could be administered to sailors, researchers say.
A fake news site attacking a NATO member recovering from the pandemic is part of the fictional scenario in an alliance cyber war game this week billed as the world's largest.
Advocates for children from around the world urged Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg on April 15 to ditch plans for a version of Instagram geared toward pre-teens.