Apple shares are up 2% in pre-market following an earnings beat that included better-than-expected iPhone sales. Whereas most analysts predicted Apple’s holiday quarter revenue would hit somewhere in $88
Last week, the London Metropolitan Police announced that it will start using live facial recognition technology to identify criminal suspects in real time, in one of the largest experiments of its type
A government trade minister held a one-on-one meeting with a facial recognition firm accused of enabling the Chinese government’s campaign of persecution against Uighur Muslims, the Guardian and the Bureau
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. House Democrats on Wednesday will unveil a proposed $760 billion infrastructure spending bill over five years that aims to rebuild sagging roads and bridges and reduce carbon
I’ve only spent an hour on Facebook in recent months, under a fake name. But a new feature proves that it knows a lot about what I’ve been doing online. I have no more illusions about my online privacy.
(CNN) — France is to ban the controversial practice of shredding live male chicks by the end of 2021, agriculture minister Didier Guillaume announced in Paris on Tuesday. Billions of male chicks are around
BERLIN (Reuters) - Huawei, the leading maker of telecoms network equipment, denied a newspaper report on Wednesday that alleged the German government was in possession of evidence that it had cooperated
Washington (CNN) — A federal judge is preparing to hear arguments about whether federal employees should be limited in discussing the ongoing impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. A major federal
(CNN) — Researchers have figured out which plant species bumble bees prefer to include in their diets, providing advice to those wishing to help with bee conservation efforts. During the summer months
The State Department’s decision to remove Michele Kelemen comes days after Pompeo publicly chastised NPR journalist Mary Louise Kelly. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s vendetta against NPR has apparently
Employment practices akin to dubious fashion outlets mean qualified professionals are used as poorly paid casual labour When senior academics go on strike, it is not usually because of financial hardship.