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IBM CEO, Arvind Krishna, has announced that the company will end all its facial recognition business following criticism over privacy concerns and…

NASA and SpaceX successfully launched astronauts into space following a delay on Saturday May 30, 2020 after the initial launch…

The last few months have seen an unprecedented increase in cybersecurity attacks, both on companies and individuals, so if you don’t already have effective security protection on your…

28 million devices in Sub-Saharan Africa, or 2.7% of total connections, will be connected to the 5G network by 2025 according to Akinwale Goodluck…

A survey of 1,200 adults, taken between February 27 and March 5, from across the United States and conducted by the Partners for Automated Vehicle…

Living Security, a provider of security awareness software for enterprise customers has announced a $5 million Series A funding round. The round was…

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China has sent a test crew capsule into orbit, using its new Long March 5B rocket for the first time on May 5.

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Facebook is set to spend $5.7 billion to buy a 9.99% stake in Reliance Industries’ digital arm, as it capitalizes on WhatsApp’s extensive reach in the country.

The deal is Facebook’s biggest since its $22 billion buyout of WhatsApp in 2014 giving the firm a stake in Jio Platforms – the digital services entity that houses Reliance’s telecoms arm Jio Infocomm. The transaction is the eighth largest deal in Asia this year, according to Refinitiv data.