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Google hit with £44m GDPR fine over ads

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Google has been fined 50 million euros (£44m) by the French data regulator CNIL, for a breach of the EU’s data protection rules. CNIL said it …

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Start-up Bird backs down in electric scooter legal row

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A scooter firm has apologized after issuing a journalist with legal threats over a blog post about its scooters. Start-up Bird offers electric scooters in around …

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Cadillac’s first electric vehicle will be a crossover

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Cadillac  revealed Sunday what will likely be the first electric vehicle in the luxury brand’s portfolio. And surprise, it’s a crossover. The images of the full-size crossover …

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Goldman Sachs leads $8M round in cyber security skills platform Immersive Labs

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Immersive Labs, a cyber security skills platform founded by James Hadley, who used to be a researcher at GCHQ, has raised $8 million in Series A …

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Neofect’s powered glove for people with paralysis is shipping this summer

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Neofect’s come a ways since we first saw them at CES this time last year.  Late last month, the San Francisco-based team completed an Indiegogo round, picking up north …

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CES 2019: No batteries required; Matrix PowerWatch 2 is powered by the sun and your body heat

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Wearables provide a vast amount of health and fitness data, but gaps exist in this data collection process when they are on the charger. The new Matrix …

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Apple’s increasingly tricky international trade-offs

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Far from Apple’s troubles in emerging markets and China, the company is attracting the ire of what should really be a core supporter demographic naturally aligned with …

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Google is primed to go big at CES again

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Last year at CES, Google set up a three-story Wonka factory of smart home devices. In a massive booth near the Las Vegas Convention Center, the search …

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7 New Year’s tech resolutions

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Welcome to 2019! If you’re like most folks, you’re probably hard at work on your usual list of resolutions: Eat less, hit the gym more, stop …

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Facebook Said to Develop Stablecoin Cryptocurrency for WhatsApp Transfers in India

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Facebook is working on making a cryptocurrency that will let users transfer money on its Whats App messaging app, focusing first on the remittances market in India, …

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Google Assistant Beats Siri, Alexa, and Cortana in Smart Speaker IQ Test

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Google Home has come out on the top for the second consecutive year in the Smart Speaker IQ test conducted by Loup Ventures, a US-based venture …

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Hackers get invite to find holes in Singapore Govt’s digital systems in 2nd bug bounty exercise

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SINGAPORE: A second bug bounty program targeting five Government systems and websites in Singapore is currently underway, according to a joint release by the Government Technology Agency of …

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US charges two Chinese over alleged state-sponsored hacking

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WASHINGTON: The United States has charged two Chinese men it says hacked the computer systems of companies and government agencies in a dozen countries, in what Washington …

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Porsche’s assembly line robot can feel when humans are near

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Car-making robots are powerful and dangerous machines, so there are always safety barriers separating them from factory workers. Now Porsche is pioneering a new generation of …

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Virtual reality gaming and the pursuit of “flow state”

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You need to stop procrastinating. Maybe it’s time for some… Bulletproof Coffee, Modigliani, isotropic, micro doses of acid, caffeine from coffee, caffeine from bracelets, aromatherapy, noise-canceling headphones, …

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The best free file recovery software 2018

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We’re constantly advised that we need to back up our data. That way, if something goes wrong and valuable files are lost, we can easily get …

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Microsoft Accused of Collecting Data Even When You Opt Out in Windows 10

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There’s a controversy stirring once again with Windows 10 and its use of data collection. Earlier this year, Microsoft introduced a feature called Timeline, which allows …

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Windows 10 can carry on slurping even when you’re sure you yelled STOP!

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Updated A feature introduced in the April 2018 Update of Windows 10 may have set off a privacy landmine within the bowels of Redmond as users have …