Facebook met with civil rights groups after hundreds of companies joined ad boycott

Civil rights leaders organizing a major advertising boycott of Facebook said they remained unconvinced that the social n...

Thammasat student creates app that can help speed up probe into shooting cases

A student from Thammasat School of Engineering (TSE) has come up with an innovative application that can speed up forens...

Facebook's own civil rights auditors said its policy decisions are a 'tremendous setback'

The civil rights auditors Facebook hired to scrutinize its civil rights record on Wednesday delivered a long-awaited and...

Amazon will disclose merchant names to discourage rogue sales

SEATTLE - Amazon notified sellers Wednesday they will no longer be able to anonymously hawk goods on its U.S. e-commerce...

In a time of social distancing, robots could be just what the doctor ordered

TOKYO -As the coronavirus pandemic rewrites the rules of human interaction, it also has inspired new thinking about how...

Augmented reality startup Magic Leap hires Microsoft exec

Augmented reality startup Magic Leap has hired Peggy Johnson, a Microsoft executive, to take over as chief executive off...

Foreign students scramble for backup plans after ICE cracks down on online learning

Alexander Auster came to the United States for college because here, unlike in his native Germany, he could study and sw...

Google to restrict advertising of tracking technology, spyware

Google is changing its policies next month to restrict advertising for spyware and other unauthorized tracking technolog...

COVID-19 has halted the world’s cruise ships. Now, what to do with them?

Idling through the pandemic isn't just bad for the company's bottom line, it's a potential death warrant for their costl...

America’s worsening COVID-19 crisis has some Canadians barring border door

The current border restrictions are due to expire July 21, but the fresh surge in COVID-19 cases in the U.S. makes it al...