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Mother of Uber CEO Travis Kalanick killed in boat accident Mother of Uber CEO Travis Kalanick killed in boat accident

Bonnie Kalanick, 71, dies after the boat she and her husband, Donald, 78, were riding in hit a rock in Pine Flat Lake and sank


Smartphone users more rational than PC users: Study Smartphone users more rational than PC users: Study

The study says even under conditions of time pressure, some digital contexts -such as using a smartphone -could trigger utilitarian decision-making


10 tips to improve your smartphone's battery life 10 tips to improve your smartphone's battery life

    Smartphones have come a long way in terms of design, camera, or even processing power.…


Apple opens first official store in Southeast Asia Apple opens first official store in Southeast Asia

Hundreds of shoppers camped out in anticipation of the launch, while more than a thousand thronged the store soon after the doors opened


Nokia 9: Dual rear cameras leaked in new images, 8GB RAM, and more Nokia 9: Dual rear cameras leaked in new images

  Nokia 9, company’s upcoming smartphone is yet to go official, but leaks around the device…


Scientists decode formation of antimatter Scientists decode formation of antimatter

When antimatter meets with matter, they quickly annihilate each other to form a burst of energy in the form of gamma-rays


Mark Zuckerberg gets honorary Harvard degree after dropping out Zuckerberg finally gets Harvard degree

    Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has returned to Harvard University under rainy skies…


PCs can be hacked via video subtitle files, researchers say

PCs can be hacked via video subtitle files

  Researchers at Check Point Security Labs have uncovered a nasty new hacking technique that takes…


New Zealand test rocket makes it to space but not to orbit New Zealand test rocket makes it to space but not to orbit

The California-based company Rocket Lab says it will target getting to orbit on the second test and will look to carry the maximum payload


China shuts down some live-streaming sites, punishes companies China shuts down some live-streaming sites, punishes companies

Almost half of China's 730 million Internet users use live video streaming sites and apps, according to authorities


Google plans to track credit card spending Google plans to track credit card spending

The service is currently limited to the US and is likely to hit barriers when it is rolled out in Europe later this year, privacy campaigners say


Samsung investigating Galaxy S8 ‘iris hack’ Samsung investigating Galaxy S8 ‘iris hack’

  Samsung Electronics is investigating claims by a German hacking group that it fooled the iris…


Twitter suspends Indian singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya’s account after offensive tweets Twitter suspends Indian singer Abhijeet’s account after offensive tweets

The move by the microblogging site came after social media users accused the 58-year-old singer of using “inappropriate” and “insulting” language


Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is not running for public office Mark Zuckerberg is not running for public office

Instead, he says the visits around the country are in order "to get a broader perspective''


Leaks 'expose peculiar Facebook moderation policy' Leaks 'expose Facebook moderation policy'

The manuals reveale the criteria used to judge if posts are too violent, sexual, racist, hateful or supported terrorism

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