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The US military sent two US Air Force B-52 Stratofortress bombers flying past Iran on Thursday. "Potential adversaries should understand...
I’ve had Apple’s AirPod Max headphones for less than 24 hours, so there is no way I would attempt to write a review of any sort. But I do have some of those oh so popular these days “first...
New US jobless claims for the week that ended Saturday totaled 853,000, the Labor Department said Thursday. The reading...
Facebook’s bad week just got worse: It’s being investigated in Germany for linking usage of its VR product, Oculus, to having a Facebook account. The tech giant raised the hackles of the VR community this summer when it announced...
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UK-based Orbex has raised a new $24 million funding round, led by BGF and Octopus Ventures, and including participation from existing investors High-Tech Gründerfonds, Heartcore Capital, and Elecnor S.A. This new investment help “secure the roadmap” that Orbex...
Elon Musk shared his views on the role of government, the best way to lead a company, and the...
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) could advise Americans with severe allergies to take Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine until more...
Papercup, the U.K.-based AI startup that has developed speech technology that translates people’s voices into other languages and is already being used in the video and television industry, has raised £8 million in funding. The round was led by LocalGlobe...
Another batch of complaints has been filed with European Union data protection agencies urging enforcement action against the adtech industry’s abuse of Internet users’ information to target ads. The complaints argue that behavioural ads are both harmful and unlawful. Earlier complaints...