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The British government said Sunday that its security services must have access to encrypted messaging applications such as WhatsApp, as it revealed that the service was used by the man behind the parliament attack.
A Beijing court has overturned a ruling that Apple’s iPhone 6 violated a Chinese manufacturer’s patent which saw the US tech giant ordered to cease selling the smartphone in China.
The decision by a handful of high-profile consumer brands to pull advertising from Google’s YouTube over offensive content could threaten the site’s long-term strategy of stealing ad dollars from television, analysts and ad industry professionals.
Twitter Inc is considering whether to build a premium version of its popular Tweetdeck interface aimed at professionals, raising the possibility that it could collect subscription fees from some users for the first time.
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For years, Uber used a cyber program to evade law enforcement, according to a new report from the New York Times.
The latest security technology takes centre stage at Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress, where experts are trying to convince consumers that connectivity can come at a cost.
Sitting is not the “new smoking”, according to an Australian study that found no link between total sitting time and an increased risk of diabetes.
Scientists at the University of Southern California are mastering the coordinated flight of ‘flocks’ of drones.
A modular lightweight exoskeleton has allowed former circus acrobat Silke Pan to walk again after a fall from a trapeze rendered her paraplegic ten years ago, as she demonstrated to Reuters.
A ”NaNose” device which can diagnose 17 diseases, including cancer and Parkinson’s, based on ‘smelling’ a patient’s breath paves the way for quick, non invasive and affordable early detection according to its Israeli developers.
A UCLA-led research team reports that the moon is at least 40 to 140 million years older than previously thought.
Solar panels that use microtracking technology to almost double the yield achieved by current sun-powered technology have been developed by a start-up offshoot of Switzerland’s EPFL.
Scientists at the University of Washington in Seattle are experimenting with how the human brain can work in a virtual reality environment using only direct brain stimulation, rather than traditional sensory signals via sight, hearing or touch.
In less than a year, Amazon’s combination of the Echo speaker system and the Alexa voice-controlled digital assistant has come close to delivering on the elusive promise of easy-to-use technology that can control gadgets in the home with a few spoken words.
A drone that lives in your phone case is hoping to replace the selfie stick with options and angles way beyond arm’s length.
The French capital inaugurates its first autonomous shuttle bus service as an experiment in what Paris authorities hope will be the future of public transport.
Discover the latest technology on show at the recently concluded Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Toyota unveils a new concept car featuring digital displays and an artificial intelligence system at CES 2017, while Sony wows visitors with a dazzling OLED TV that uses innovative ‘acoustic surface’ technology.
The world’s first gaming laptop capable of housing three individual G-Sync displays ushers-in a new level of immersive gaming possibilities.
A selfie-taking drone that follows and photographs its owner and a home robot that plays music and keeps you company are just some of the latest technological innovations at CES Las Vegas.