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A U.S. cybersecurity company says Russian military used a phishing campaign to steal information from a gas company tied to Hunter Biden in November.
With more than 700 million daily active users, the app TikTok has taken the world by storm. What is it and why does it matter?
Cyber insurance offers municipalities peace of mind in the event of a cyberattack. But does it embolden hackers?
Some cities are raising concerns that facial recognition technology misidentifies minorities. Others see its usefulness in law enforcement.
An aerial picture shows the Castle of Visegrad covered in hoarfrost in the foggy dawn in Visegrad, Hungary, Jan. 17.
South Africa’s Competition Commission wrote in a December report that two major phone providers’ data prices were “anti-poor” and should be lowered.
Scores of abandoned electric scooters were the last straw. San Francisco officials voted to rein in startups from using city streets as a laboratory.
As Twitter and Facebook field criticism for their policies on political advertising, Google announces a middle-lane approach.
U.S. politics has always been rife with disinformation. The 2020 election, however, comes with a new way to spread deceptive content: deepfakes.
The Pentagon's Joint Artificial Intelligence Center announced it is seeking an ethicist to help develop military use of AI.
When an earthquake occurs, the new system will immediately warn users of incoming waves, allowing them a moment to prepare for any shaking.
With the company under scrutiny for market power and data privacy abuses, the plan to create an online currency has raised red flags in both parties.
Pressured by Beijing, Apple removed an app used by Hong Kong protesters, saying it enabled criminal activity. Many in Hong Kong disagreed.
While the U.S. attorney general warns of hidden dangers in encrypted messaging, Facebook says people have a right to private conversations online.
Does cutting-edge cloud computing help oil companies clean up their businesses or just pollute more? Big tech companies grapple with best practices.
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