With a new Skill piloted by the DVLA, UK motorists that have devices with Amazon's Alexa are able to obtain tax and MOT information about their vehicles by reading out the registration number.
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A federal court ruling in Virginia has found that a politician contravened a constituent's freedom of speech rights when she blocked him from commenting or sending her messages on her Facebook page.
In the continuation of a lengthy patent battle between Apple and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a judge has ruled that Apple must pay $506 million for infringing a processor technology patent.
The Indian transport and highways minister, Nitin Gadkari, has stated that the country will not allow driverless cars to be tested on its roads, over concerns that the technology would take away jobs.
In a statement on its website, the UK Government has announced plans to require new drones heavier than 250 grams to be registered, with their owners obligated to sit safety awareness tests.
In the latest suit in a legal battle between Apple and Qualcomm, four contractors for the Cupertino company have brought a suit against Qualcomm, accusing it of violating antitrust laws.
In a statement on Monday, the TSA announced that it had lifted a ban that prohibited passengers on direct flights to the US from specific countries from carrying large electronic items in the cabin.
Two former aides to a congresswoman are being charged with cyberstalking and obstruction of justice for having allegedly stolen nude images from her iPhone and posting them online.
A data breach that was encountered by service provider Sabre has affected 14 properties owned by Trump International Hotels Management LLC, including locations in Las Vegas and Chicago.
An Airbnb host who cancelled a customer's reservation and left racist remarks back in February has been ordered to pay $5,000 in fines and must also enroll in an Asian-American studies course.
Amid several sexual harassment scandals in the tech industry, the President of Harvey Mudd has criticized companies for a lack of investment in human resources, and the presence of "bro culture".
Industry sources that spoke to Asian news site Nikkei claim that Apple is planning to launch three iPhone models with organic light emitting diode (OLED) displays in the second half of next year.
Amid a flurry of leaked images and videos alleging to show the Samsung Galaxy Note8, an image purporting to be a glass protective cover for the Samsung's upcoming device has surfaced on Twitter.
A UK watchdog has ruled that a trust of the National Health Service violated privacy law when it provided the details of 1.6 million patients to Google's DeepMind in a medical trial last year.
After receiving a voicemail from a suspicious source claiming to be the IRS, Reddit user YesItWasDataMined developed an ingenious way to get his own back: flooding their line with robocalls.
A civil rights organisation called the Equal Rights Center has filed a lawsuit against ride-sharing company Uber, for failing to provide wheelchair-accessible vehicles for riders in Washington DC.
Samsung's Bixby Voice has yet to make an official release in English and Chinese for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. The feature has been delayed due to Samsung's lack of language resources.
Google and Facebook employees have been swindled out of $100M in total by a Lithuanian man posing as a Taiwanese manufacturer. The individual was charged by the Department of Justice last month.
A report by the UK Airprox Board (UKAB) has concluded that the safety of a passenger plane was "compromised" in a near-miss involving two drones that occurred near London's Heathrow Airport last year.
Residents of Phoenix, Arizona now have the opportunity to apply for Waymo's early access program which offers free rides in its autonomous vehicles for individuals and the rest of their households.
After reports of red tints to their displays, Samsung has said that it will release a software update by the end of next week for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+. The two phones launch in the US today.
On Sunday, 16 April, a man was killed in Cleveland. His murderer uploaded a video of the crime to Facebook, where it was shared thousands of times. Facebook has faced strong criticism as a result.
An update to the Instagram mobile app for Android and iOS devices now gives users the ability to organise saved photos and videos by sorting them into folders, which Instagram calls "Collections".
A list of approved testers of autonomous vehicles on the website for California's DMV was updated on April 14th, showing that Apple now holds a permit to test autonomous vehicles in the state.
Google's payment service for Android devices can now be used from within the mobile banking apps of selected financial institutions. Features from Android Pay can now be used from within these apps.
YouTube has just released its TV streaming service for select markets in the US. The service, named YouTube TV, launches offering 39 stations with a further ten expected to be arriving soon.
A beta version of YouTube Go, Google's application for Android devices that allows users to save, share and view YouTube videos offline, is now available to download from the Google Play Store.
Apple has updated the pricing and hardware specs for both of its Mac Pro models, providing updated GPUs and processors. The updates come as Apple confirms a new iMac Pro for release later this year.
Wikileaks has released more Vault7 data, which indicates that the CIA used a framework called "Marble" to mask the source of their malware in order to evade detection by forensic investigators.
Qatar Airways will now offer free laptops for business class passengers in flights to the US, after the decision of American authorities to ban certain devices in flights from select countries.
Virgin Media has suspended four staff members after an investigation by its parent company, Liberty, found that Virgin had overstated rollout figures for its superfast broadband rollout.
Uber will now resume its self-driving program after it was halted because of a crash last Friday. The crash caused an Uber vehicle to be turned on its side, but nobody was seriously injured.
Misfit's touchscreen smartwatch, the Vapor, will run Android Wear 2.0 and not a custom OS, as indicated by earlier reports. The Vapor will cost $199 and is expected for release late this summer.
A report by the Wall Street Journal details Apple's plans to start manufacturing the iPhone 6, 6S and SE in Bangalore, India. Apple will reportedly be working with Taiwanese manufacturer, Wistron.
Social media giant Twitter stated in a transparency report that it has shut down more than 600,000 terrorism accounts since August 2015, with almost 377,000 shut down between July and December 2016.
According to a comparison image leaked by Slashleaks, the hotly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S8 may have a smaller body than the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, despite having a larger 5.8 inch display.
Visa is to trial fifty pairs of sunglasses which can be used for NFC payment with partners and influencers at the World Surf League's 2017 Quiksilver and Roxy Pro surf competition in Australia.
According to a report by The Korea Herald, the fingerprint scanner on the Samsung Galaxy S8 was moved at the last minute as Synaptics, the company developing the integrated scanner, ran out of time.
Luxury smartphone maker, Vertu, has been sold to Baferton, a company registered in Cyprus. Baferton is owned by Turkish exile Hakan Uzan, who has been involved with a number of legal controversies.
Developers on Apple's App Store are now required to submit changes to app descriptions and notes to the App Review service for approval before they are published, after changes made to iTunes Connect.