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Pirate Bay co-founder arrested in Sweden to serve copyright violation sentence

One of the founders of file-sharing website Pirate Bay has been arrested in southern Sweden to serve an outstanding sentence for copyright violations after being on the run for nearly two years, Swedish police said on Saturday.


Coravin launches new millennial-friendly single-serve wine opener

Coravin, the maker of the wine-opening system that allows users to pour a glass of wine without popping the cork, has launched a new, more affordable model aimed specifically at millennials.


Twitter introduces self-serve ads outside US

Businesses in Britain, Ireland, and Canada will be able to buy "promoted" ads that can be shown to targeted Twitter users beginning this week.


Cybercriminals snap up expired domains to serve malicious ads

Expired domain names are becoming the latest route for cybercriminals to find their way into the computers of unsuspecting users.


Amazon’s Alexa can now serve as a home security system in the US

Amazon is rolling out Guard for Alexa, a feature that transforms your Echo device into a home security system that can work alongside a smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detector.


Amazon Go stores to accept cash under growing pressure to serve low-income shoppers

Amazon Go, the app-enabled stores that enable customers to simply walk out with their purchases – no checkout clerk needed – plans to begin accepting cash amid growing criticism that the process discriminates against low-income shoppers.


Google to serve up search snippets from ‘diverse’ sources

Like its rival Facebook, Google is making moves to fight the misinformation it helps spread.


Your car may soon serve you ads – how about a pizza?

Here's what you do in your spanking new, Internet-connected car when you approach a red or yellow light: slow down way ahead, creep forward slowly – and make sure you never come to a stop.


Chinese man to serve US prison term for military hacking

A Chinese businessman who pleaded guilty in March to conspiring to hack into the computer networks of Boeing and other major US defense contractors was sentenced on July 13 to nearly four years in prison.