Around 1,000 people marched through central Moscow on Sunday to protest against the government’s harsh legislative controls on the internet.
US ride-share startup Lyft on Friday dedicated a new team focused on speeding up its effort to create a self-driving vehicle platform, which would be open to use by other companies.
China has ordered the country’s biggest technology firms to immediately “rectify” violations and shut accounts that publish “bad information”, in the latest move by authorities to tighten policing of the web.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Thursday shook hands with one of Japan’s high-tech robots, a humanoid candidate to carry the torch as part of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
A virtual reality “space ride” in which viewers feel as if they are flying through the air inside a giant glass ball has been developed in Japan.
His first company became the world’s largest maker of personal computers. Now Michael Dell says he is building a broader technology firm with similar ambitions.
Two Iranians were indicted Monday in the United States with hacking a defense contractor and stealing sensitive software used to design bullets and warheads, according to the Justice Department.
Somalia rejoined the world wide web on Monday, more than three weeks after internet access was cut when a container ship damaged an undersea cable connecting the Horn of Africa nation to the world.
US lawmakers on Friday advanced a defense bill that includes a provision to establish a new branch of the military — dubbed “Space Corps” — that would focus on space operations.
Indonesia has blocked web-based access to a popular messaging service and threatened a full ban on the app due to its “terrorism” content, the government said.
The US newspaper industry on Monday warned of a “duopoly” in online news by Google and Facebook, and called for legislation that would relax antitrust rules allowing collective negotiations with the internet giants.