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  • To keep or delete, that is the question

    To keep or delete, that is the question

    Curt Gauci, owner and managing director at Kinetix IT Solutions, outlines the importance of data management in light of the General Data Protection Regulation. The digital transformation has amplified digitisation to unprecedented levels in our...

  • Sigma updates

    Sigma updates

    Videoslots extends portfolio with Nolimit City games Videoslots.com, who are known for their pioneering approach and for hosting one of the largest casino games portfolios in the entire gaming industry, have announced their launch of Nolimit City...

  • Going above and beyond

    When it comes to any sort of 4K display technologies, few companies can quite match the technical sophistication of LG and its manufacturing process. In addition, 4K PC monitors that can plug into thunderbolt ports are not exactly a common thing...

  • Hollywood to home

    Panasonic’s high-end 4K pro HDR televisions are designed to deliver picture quality accurate to the filmmaker’s original version. They combine Panasonic’s cutting-edge Studio Colour HCX processor with professional quality colour management...

  • Tech giants express concern over Singapore plan to fight fake news

    Tech giants express concern over Singapore plan to fight fake news

    Global tech giants including Facebook and Twitter on Thursday expressed concern about a possible Singapore plan to bring in a new law to tackle the threat of fake news, saying sufficient rules are already in place. Officials of Facebook, Twitter...

  • Self-driving Uber car 'Should have sensed woman' before fatal crash

    Self-driving Uber car 'Should have sensed woman' before fatal crash

    Video of a fatal crash involving a self-driving Uber suggests the pedestrian who was killed should have been within range of the car's laser and radar sensors, two experts have said. Authorities investigating the crash in a Phoenix suburb released...

  • Dutch vote in referendum on spy agency tapping powers

    Dutch vote in referendum on spy agency tapping powers

    Dutch voters will decide on Wednesday whether spy agencies should have the power to install bulk taps on Internet traffic, just as news of Facebook's 50 million user profile leak returns digital privacy issues to the fore. The referendum is...

  • Academic behind Facebook breach says he is a 'scapegoat'

    Academic behind Facebook breach says he is a 'scapegoat'

    A Cambridge University academic who harvested data on millions of Facebook users said he has been made a scapegoat by the social network and a UK-based political consultancy that is accused of trying to sway public opinion for Donald...

  • Microsoft hits back at claims it ignored sexual harassment

    Microsoft hits back at claims it ignored sexual harassment

    A senior executive said Microsoft Corp thoroughly investigates issues raised by women in the workplace and fired about 20 employees last year over complaints of sexual harassment as the company seeks to counter claims that it treats female workers...

  • Russian spy agency can demand access to Telegram app's user data

    Russian spy agency can demand access to Telegram app's user data

    Russia's top court has ruled that the Telegram messaging app can be forced to provide user data to security services. The Supreme Court threw out an appeal by Telegram protesting against demands from the Federal Security Service intelligence...

  • Walmart patents hint at future where its drones tend the farms

    Walmart patents hint at future where its drones tend the farms

    Walmart Inc's patent filings hint that it may see a future where farmers use its drones to not only spot crop problems but selectively apply chemicals or even disperse pollen to bring shoppers the freshest and cheapest food possible. The world's...

  • France to sue Google, Apple over developer contracts

    France to sue Google, Apple over developer contracts

    France will take Google and Apple to court over contractual terms imposed by the tech giants on startups and developers, said Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire. Speaking on RTL radio, Le Maire said on Wednesday he had become aware that Alphabet...

  • YouTube turns to Wikipedia to battle hoaxes and conspiracy theories

    YouTube turns to Wikipedia to battle hoaxes and conspiracy theories

    YouTube will begin displaying text from Wikipedia articles and other websites alongside some videos in a couple of weeks as the unit of Alphabet Inc's Google attempts to combat hoaxes and conspiracy theories on the service, its chief executive...

  • Google to ban ads on cryptocurrencies, related products

    Google to ban ads on cryptocurrencies, related products

    Google said on Wednesday it will ban advertisements for cryptocurrencies and related content starting in June. Under the new policy, the company will ban ads for unregulated or speculative financial products like binary options, cryptocurrency and...

  • Flying taxis could be possible within a decade, says Porsche

    Flying taxis could be possible within a decade, says Porsche

    Porsche is studying flying passenger vehicles but expects it could take up to a decade to finalise technology before they can launch in real traffic, its head of development said on Tuesday. Volkswagen's sports-car division is in the early stages...

  • BlackBerry sues Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram

    BlackBerry sues Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram

    BlackBerry on Tuesday filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Facebook Inc and its WhatsApp and Instagram apps, arguing that they copied technology and features from BlackBerry Messenger. Litigation over patent infringement is part of...

  • Lego board game is police's latest weapon

    Lego board game is police's latest weapon

    Police have unveiled the latest weapon in the fight against cyber crime - a Lego board game. The "deliberately low-tech" toy is being used to teach businesses the potentially disastrous consequences of weak computer security measures, such as...

  • It's an interesting shot? - Google’s Clips camera will tell you

    It's an interesting shot? - Google’s Clips camera will tell you

    Babies, dogs and artificial intelligence. Google is betting this combination proves irresistible with the Tuesday launch of Google Clips, a pocket-sized digital camera that decides on its own whether an image is interesting enough to shoot. The...

  • Netflix to give parents more control over access to content

    Netflix to give parents more control over access to content

    Netflix Inc is rolling out features that will give parents more control over access to content allowing them to block individual movies and specific shows. Users can currently restrict content with only a specific maturity rating by using a...

  • Samsung's S9 could be a tough sell as smartphone innovation stalls

    Samsung's S9 could be a tough sell as smartphone innovation stalls

    Samsung’s latest flagship phone illustrates the difficulty of innovating in a smartphone market where big players are technologically closer than ever before. The S9 and larger-screened S9 plus will feature improved cameras and AI-powered...