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Facing a second major cyberattack in months, the Biden administration weighs options to protect its cyberspace, including "hacking back".
For a few hours, Cuba’s storied Revolutionary Square, where Fidel Castro once gave hourslong speeches to the masses, had a different name on Google Maps this week: Freedom Plaza.
Tech tools are helping Malaysians cope better with the second movement control order though there is also a need to digital detox.
Google says it’s making progress on plans to revamp Chrome user tracking technology aimed at improving privacy even as it faces challenges from regulators and officials.
Do you remember how much time you used to spend on FarmVille?
DETROIT (Reuters) - Tesla Inc and Wall Street made 2020 the year that the U.S. auto industry decided to go electric.
Cases of children working for major food delivery apps in Brazil during the Covid-19 pandemic have been uncovered by the Thomson Reuters Foundation, with prosecutors vowing to investigate amid growing scrutiny of employment practices in the gig economy.
With a sale to Salesforce, Slack’s co-founder and chief executive officer Stewart Butterfield is back in a familiar position: running the startup he created while inside a corporate behemoth.
In the quarter of a century since Sony launched the groundbreaking PlayStation, video games have exploded into the biggest form of entertainment in the world, and analysts say the growing diversity of billions of players is reshaping the industry.
Public opinion in China over ByteDance’s legal challenge remains mixed, with many netizens saying the company ‘has no backbone’. Even if its lawsuit succeeds, ByteDance still has to deal with the other executive order about divesting TikTok’s US operations.