Fiat Chrysler in Talks With Foxconn to Develop Electric Cars
Fiat Chrysler is in talks with the Chinese company Foxconn to develop and manufacture battery-powered vehicles, the U.S.-Italian automaker said on Jan.17.
Road Safety Body Investigating Claims of ‘Sudden Unintended Acceleration’ in Teslas
The National Highway Traffic Safety Authority is examining allegations that Tesla cars may accelerate without warning, and 500,000 Teslas may be affected
Facebook Sued in US Federal Court for Alleged Anticompetitive Conduct
Four companies sued Facebook Inc in U.S. federal court on Thursday for alleged anticompetitive conduct.
TikTok Not Approved by Australian Department of Defense Devices
The Australian Department Of Defense has not approved the use of video-sharing social networking app TikTok on devices used by its military personnel.
The House Passes Three Bills To Advance 5G and Cyber Security in the US
Bills designed to give the US an advantage over China in the race to employ 5G, the fastest wireless networks available, passed by the House on Wednesday.
Major Vulnerabilities in TikTok Could Have Let Hackers Control User Accounts: Report
Multiple security vulnerabilities in viral Chinese mobile app TikTok could have allowed hackers to take over user accounts ...
White House Proposes Regulatory Principles to Govern AI Use
LAS VEGAS—The White House on Tuesday proposed regulatory principles to govern the development and use of artificial intelligence ...
US Government Limits Exports of Artificial Intelligence Software
WASHINGTON—The Trump administration took measures on Friday to crimp exports of artificial intelligence software as part of a ...
YouTube to Limit Data Collection on All Children’s Content Following $170 Million Penalty
YouTube is soon set to limit the way it collects data on videos designed for children to comply with a federal privacy clampdown.
Study Finds Google AI System Could Improve Breast Cancer Detection
A Google AI system proved as good as expert radiologists at detecting breast cancer based on screening mammograms and showed promise at reducing errors.
CIA Devised Way to Restrict Missiles Given to Allies, Researcher Says
The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency has devised technology to restrict the use of anti-aircraft missiles after they leave American hands.
Data on 267 Million Facebook Users Exposed: Researcher
A Ukrainian security researcher reported finding a database with the names, phone numbers, and unique user IDs of more than 267 million Facebook users.
Facebook Says It Can Locate Users Even When They Opt Out Of Tracking
Facebook has revealed in a letter sent to U.S. senators that it can locate users even if they opt-out of having location tracking on.
Profit and Debt Pressures Spark Slowdown in Shale
Fracking insiders said that the dynamic growth of shale in recent years is suffering a slowdown as industry investors demand higher returns and lower debt.
UN Climate Summit Ends in a Whimper as Major States Snub Calls for Action
A handful of major states resisted pressure on Sunday to ramp up efforts to combat global warming as a U.N. climate summit ground to a delayed close.
Christine Lagarde Signals European Central Bank’s Interest in ‘Stablecoin’ Blockchain Currency
Christine Lagarde pledged to get "ahead of the curve" in the space of "stablecoins," less volatile versions of blockchain currencies
Taiwan Is Safer Than China for Silicon Valley Investment, Says Taiwanese Mayor
Lin Shih-Hsien, mayor of Changhua City in Taiwan, traveled thousands of miles to California in hopes of bringing ...
Australian Politician Names ‘Morally Bankrupt’ Tech Bosses, Alleging They Tolerate Sexual Abuse of Children
Peter Dutton has sensationally named the "morally bankrupt" social media bosses he believes are tolerating the sexual abuse of children.
Blockchain Firm Advised by Nobel Winner Myron Scholes Launches ‘Stablecoin’ to Rival Facebook’s Libra
A blockchain firm advised by Nobel prize winner Myron Scholes has launched a new "stablecoin" the company hopes will revolutionize cross-border exchange.
NASA Locates Debris From India Moon Lander That Crashed
NASA has found the debris from India's moon lander, which crashed on the lunar surface in September with the aid of an Indian engineer.
Exposing The TREASONOUS COUP Against OUR PRESIDENT?
China seeks to buy up western companies; Secret January virus meeting reveals more coverup
Chinese regime sued for hoarding PPE amid virus pandemic; House GOP launches 'China task force'
Why Are Countries Breaking With the Chinese Regime?
Morgan Ortagus: State Department Demands Full COVID 19 Transparency from China’s Communist Party
DOJ DROPS FLYNN CASE! HEAD PROSECUTOR GONE! COMEY, WRAY, SHIFTY, ROSENSTEIN ARE NOW DURHAM'S FOCUS!
Rouge FBI Conspired To Commit Treason [Article 3 Section 3]
Flynn Cleared & Set Free Legally [DOJ Dropped Case]
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