Zuckerberg defends decisions on Trump as Facebook employee unrest grows

Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg held a last-minute town hall Tuesday to address mounting outrage among employee...

Microsoft won't sell police its facial-recognition tech, following similar moves by Amazon and IBM

SEATTLE - Microsoft joined the list of tech giants who've decided to limit the use of their facial-recognition systems,...

In crisis, Amtrak works to get new high-speed trains operating in 2021

Manufacturing and testing of Amtrak's new high-speed Acela trains, expected to debut next year in the Northeast, is on t...

Mobile app helps tackle dryness of the eye

The Cornea and Refractive Surgery Society of Thailand (CRST) has debuted the mobile application “Dry Eye Or Not?” to let...

Amazon bans police use of its facial-recognition technology for a year

SEATTLE - Amazon has banned police from using its controversial facial-recognition technology for a year amid ongoing na...

Punching beyond its stature

Perfect for the office with limited working space, Lenovo’s ThinkCentre M90 Nano is as small as it is sturdy....

SpaceX capsule on its way to its historic rendezvous with the space station

With the country wracked by the coronavirus and racial strife, the United States opened a new chapter in space explorati...

Black Lives Matter could change facial recognition forever - if big tech doesn't stand in the way

The Black Lives Matter movement notched a win in Silicon Valley this week, turning police use of facial recognition tech...

Royal Thai Air Force satellite all set for launch from French Guiana

The Royal Thai Air Force’s NAPA-1 satellite will be launched into orbit from Guiana Space Centre in French Guiana, South...

'Zoombombing' may be a thing of the past as Zoom rolls out end-to-end encryption

Zoom will roll out secure end-to-end encryption for all users - even those who do not pay for the service, reversing cou...