A new app that's making the rounds in Russia allows you to reliably identify anyone on the street and connect them to their online profiles. Moscow police is ready to license the technology.
Hands-on with Samsung's Galaxy Note7
Insider Preview build 14905 rolls out to PCs and phones
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Windows 10 for PCs build 14393.82 now availaible to everyone
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Windows 10 Mobile Anniversary Update is now rolling out to carrier-locked devices
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An impressive first experience with the Honor 8
A new pop-up window appearing on Facebook accounts in Germany encourages users to inform if their friends are using pseudonyms, leading to comparisons to the East German "Stasi" within the country.
British Airways has begun to examine its customers to identify regular travellers, promoting a close-knit relationship. Opposition to this has emerged over the use of modern media for investigation.
In the wake of the capture of one of the terrorists responsible for the Tokyo sarin gas attacks of 1995, Japan's government has quietly amended one of their laws which could theoretically ban YouTube.
Popular for its massive website which originally provided the world with literature, and now just about everything, Amazon has hit news again today regarding its ebook reader the 'Kindle'. Sadly, not in such a good...