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Could machine learning and voice recognition replace a personal trainer?
A UK company is to show off its next-generation product placement software at the CES tech show.
Some models were driven to the verge of suicide after the porn website reneged on privacy promises.
A Google Home Hub user found images from a stranger's home being streamed to his device.
The hydrogen-powered drone which could revolutionise the travel industry.
The company said employees "may receive a notification" from HR if rules were "not being followed".
Five cities are running tests to discover how drones could benefit the NHS and the public sector.
How the Japanese firm Astroscale is set to start cleaning up the Earth's orbiting space debris.
Ross LaJeunesse says he was "sidelined" after criticising the firm's efforts to expand in China.
The foreign currency seller has taken its site down after finding a software virus in its systems.
Two people died after a Tesla reportedly passed through a red light and collided with their car.
Apple's move to sever ties in 2017 had disrupted the UK-based chipmaker's business.
The Coast Guard says malware forced systems to be shut down for more than 30 hours.
Faced with gaming interlopers, one Canadian official suggested using "a 12-year-old to help us out".
Which firms are competing to make flying taxis and will they ever be mass market?
Superblocks is a radical plan to reclaim the streets from the noise and pollution of traffic.
With a boom in Japanese ahead of the Rugby World Cup, can apps offer more spontaneity and freedom?
An increasing number of older people are turning to dating apps for mature people, in a quest for love.
It follows pressure from LGBTQ groups and health organisations.