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"We are devastated to share this news with you," organizers said. " 'The show must go on' is in our DNA, and this is the first time in 34 years that the March event will not take place."
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An Amazon employee in Seattle has tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, according to an internal email viewed by The Epoch Times.
Nokia has rehired former executive Pekka Lundmark from energy group Fortum to lead the Finnish company's efforts to revive its faltering 5G business.
Australia's parliament is under daily attack from malicious actors seeking to infiltrate its computer systems.
The NTSB will hold a public hearing on Tuesday to establish the probable cause of a fatal March 2018 Tesla Autopilot crash in California.
China’s outbreak of a deadly coronavirus (COVID-19) is paving the way for robots beaming ultraviolet light as the ...
New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas sued Alphabet Inc's Google search engine. The educational software collecting students' personal information.
UCLA will back down on that plan due to backlash from student community.
Boeing said that it found debris contaminating the fuel tanks of some 737 Max jets that it built in the past year but was unable to deliver.
The FBI received 467,361 complaints related to online crime last year, an average of nearly 1,300 every day, and the highest number reported since May 2000.
Northrop Grumman delayed a space station delivery from Virginia on Feb. 9 because of trouble with ground equipment.
The UK firm OneWeb launched 34 satellites from Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan aiming to provide global high-speed internet via satellite connect by 2021.
General Motors announces $2.2 billion investment in its Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant for electric trucks and self-driving vehicles, creating 2,200 jobs
DOJ announced on Tuesday that it has taken action against telecommunication carriers for allegedly facilitating fraudulent robocalls.
University of Missouri is using students' phones to track if they are in class or not.
Social media sites, games, and other online services won’t be allowed to “nudge” British kids into revealing personal ...
Facebook will hire 1,000 people in London this year in roles such as product development and safety.
The popular messaging service WhatsApp is down for thousands of people across Asia, Europe, and South America.
U.S. Congress: Time to Hold Companies That Use Facial Recognition to Ethical Standards