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Brain-powered car unveiled

Chinese researchers have developed what they say is the country's first car that uses nothing but brain power to driveRead More...

No Time to Respond to Email? Let Google Do It

It uses machine intelligence and neural networks to suggest up to three possible responses for incoming email, based on the content of those emails. The system learns from users’ ...Read More...

Yahoo’s New Email App Dumps Passwords

Yahoo on Thursday announced a password-free Yahoo Mail app that can manage email accounts from Outlook.com, Hotmail and AOL Mail. There was no mention of syncing with Gmail or ...Read More...

New App Lets You Publicly Rate People

A new app that promises to let users review individuals has caused controversy before it has even launched.Read More...

Switzerland Bans VW Car Sales Over Emissions

About 180,000 vehicles are affected, as millions more motorists worldwide wait to see if their cars are caught up in the scandal.Read More...

Bloodhound: 1,000mph supersonic car

For the last two years a supersonic car has taken shape in an ordinary-looking unit on an industrial estate near Bristol, a joinery on one side, a plumbers’ merchant ...Read More...

Brain-controlled smart home lets you turn the TV on by thinking

FEELING cold? Your home already knows, and turns up the heat. Sick of the TV show you are watching? Your home changes the channel. No need for a remote ...Read More...

India withdraws controversial encryption policy

IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said the proposals were released to the public without his knowledge. The new law would have forced Indians to store plain-text versions of their ...Read More...

Cyberbullying ‘worse than face-to-face’ abuse, suggests global research

One-in-five young people has been cyberbullied, according to a research across 11 countries. A fifth say they felt suicidal as a result. The survey also found that more than ...Read More...

Google ‘charges for YouTube adverts viewed by bots’

The experts reported that YouTube did not count many of the “fake views” they directed at their own videos. But it still charged the researchers for many of them. ...Read More...
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