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French firm criticised after saying its spyware could help parents establish a son's sexuality.
London trials begin for nine of the fully electric vans.
The # symbol was given a whole new meaning by Twitter and is now a big part of the social media platform.
The same prankster that reportedly fooled top White House officials strikes again.
Thousands of videos taken down for showing violence will be "reinstated".
Step aside Amazon Alexa - soon you will be able to order Walmart products using Google Assistant.
The move follows an outcry over the request to DreamHost, which some argued damaged people's privacy.
Cases total nearly 500 a day with people in their 30s the most targeted group, a watchdog warns.
The con netted thieves about $500,000 of the Ethereum virtual currency.
The AI digital assistant had been delayed amid quality concerns.
The high-speed trains will be able to run at speeds of 350km/h following safety checks on rail lines.
Spark drone owners have until 1 September to apply the update or their aircraft will no longer fly, DJI warns.
Silicon Valley start-ups seek to disrupt the death industry with artificial intelligence software.
Start-ups are beginning to swoop in on the death and funerals sector to shake up a staid industry.
Many female doctors in Pakistan drop out when they start a family. There's a new scheme to help them continue in practice by doing online video clinics on their laptops.
The latest version of Android adds new features to help people tackle "notification diarrhoea".
The advertisement for "a talented engineer" begins with the welcome: "Hey there! You found us."
Ricafort Gamboa is jailed for crashing while trying to reach 100mph to film Snapchat footage.
TV claims that instructions for the voting app come from the top of Russian politics.
A mobile application is set to launch in northeast China for people seeking that VIP touch.