Virtual currency bitcoin meanwhile dives, falling below $10,000 for the first time in 6 weeks in what one analyst calls a 'cryptocalypse' that saw several digital units take a hammering
The 18-year-old high school student is found guilty of violating the country's internet law by making defamatory and slanderous comments online. Judges also ordered him to pay 10 million rupiah ($700) in fines.
'At Detroit, you see the cars of yesterday. At Las Vegas, you get a glimpse of the cars of tomorrow,' says one industry expert
While the playing of copyrighted material on emulation software has legal implications, those looking for a way to play Switch games they own, on a PC, may want to keep a close eye on this
After 10 hours of driving, drivers will not be able to log on to the app. They are required to take an uninterrupted 6-hour break to be able to log in again
At least 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 hours of watch time within past year now required to be eligible for ad program. Previously, getting at least 10,000 views was the only requirement
Vodafone says it appealed to the warring sides and monitors from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) to get its repair crews safe access to the damaged line. 'It has been futile so far,' spokeswoman Viktoria Ruban writes.
The final weeks of last year were marked by bitcoin mania as the unit topped $20,000, but bitcoin loses some 20% in Tuesday trading. It also sees most of its fellow cryptocurrencies similarly wilt.
The leaks involve accounts from LinkedIn and the Ashley Madison online dating service, among other hacked sites
The Nikkei economic daily, which first reported the plan, says the listing could bring in two trillion yen ($18 billion), one of the largest initial public offerings ever for a Japanese company
For many netizens, the order of the Securities and Exchange Commission to revoke Rappler's registration is a blatant attack against press freedom and freedom of speech
Iranian officials confirm the app can now be used again after the lifting of restrictions imposed during recent protests
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Tencent offers 4 tranches with maturities ranging from 5 to 20 years, according to Bloomberg
A predicted shift away from owning and relying on cars will change the way urban planners design cities, say experts
Cybersecurity firm F-Secure says an issue within Intel Active Management Technology (AMT), 'which is commonly found in most corporate laptops, allows an attacker to take complete control over a user's device in a matter of seconds'
Several innovations at CES 2018 are geared towards helping travelers with the weighty problem of dealing with baggage.
At CES 2018, several robots are being developed to become more humanlike by acquiring 'emotional intelligence' and empathy. Check out some of them here
In the absence of supercomputers, European scientists and industries risk yielding secrets or sensitive information as they increasingly process data outside the EU
Yamaha's concept bike showcased at CES, the Motoroid, boasts autonomous features such as self-balancing, rider recognition, and running without a rider
(UPDATED) Facebook shares fall 5.4% at the opening of trade on Friday, January 12, after the changes were announced on Thursday
The search giant says that the security patches it has issued do not slow down its cloud services
While some netizens find P200 too meager, others say the poor have no right to complain
Some of the other top search terms are 'hentai,' 'japanese,' and 'korean'
For the 4th straight year, Pornhub stats show that Filipinos spend the most time on the world's biggest porn site
On the brink of defeat in Iraq and Syria, the Islamic State (ISIS) group has been taking refuge in its 'virtual caliphate' – but even online, experts say it is in decline
A phone case that's also a drone, a Nokia 'smart mattress,' and Razer's phone-powered laptop – these are just some of the awesome new gadgets shown at CES 2018
Huawei still plans to sell a version of its Mate 10 not tied to a specific carrier. However, the failure to secure a contract with AT&T or fellow US giant Verizon drastically limits the Chinese company's growth in the American market.
'A shop assistant sustained minor burns while removing the battery that overheated,' a police statement says, adding that 7 others received medical attention but did not need to be taken to hospital for treatment
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The robo-strippers are the creation of British artist Giles Walker, who says he designed the vaguely humanoid machines as an expression about surveillance, power, and voyeurism
Google, Amazon, LG, Panasonic, Samsung, Microsoft, Apple – all these brands are pushing virtual assistant technologies, potentially the new way people will be interacting with computers and appliances
Anyone using an unregistered drone after Tuesday risks a 100,000 baht ($3,100) fine or a maximum of 5 years' imprisonment, according to the National Broadcasting and Telecommunication Office
The negative effects of the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities have been limited thanks to 'remarkable' collaboration by tech industry, Intel CEO says
While most of its rivals turn to all-electric power, Hyundai debuts the Nexo, a hydrogen fuel-cell powered vehicle that uses voice commands, and artificial intelligence
'2018 will be the tipping point for the smart home and, more important, for the smart connected lifestyle,' says LG US marketing vice president David Vanderwaal
Two Apple shareholders warn the company of the growing body of evidence that there may be negative consequences on young iPhone users
Law firms probe 'allegations that Intel may have issued materially misleading business information to the investing public'
The action camera manufacturer also cuts staff and announces plans to exit the drone business
Toyota says it's designing not just a vehicle but a mobile platform for use in e-commerce, ridesharing and medical services, among others
In a nutshell: great specs at a very competitive price
Researchers expect sales of smart speakers to double to $3.8 billion in 2018 compared to last year
The 2018 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is expected to draw 170,000 people and 40,000 exhibitors from dozens of countries showing wares in robotics, digital health, artificial intelligence, sports and more
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Here's how some Asian regulators are handling the bitcoin phenomenon
Apple, for its part, advises only getting apps from its online App Store which vets programs for safety
Anecdotal evidence suggests that the condition disproportionately affects younger people more connected to the ever-expanding online gaming world
A virtual private network or a VPN adds an extra layer of protection against malicious parties online
Announcing its new subscriber base online, Spotify did not change its number for total users. It said in June that it had 140 million active users when including listeners who access Spotify's free, advertising-backed tier