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  • Russian court bans access to Telegram messenger

    Russian court bans access to Telegram messenger

    A Russian court on Friday ordered that access to the Telegram messenger service should be blocked in Russia, Russian news agencies reported, heralding communication disruption for scores of users - including government officials. The decision came...

  • Singapore to test facial recognition on lampposts, stoking privacy fears

    Singapore to test facial recognition on lampposts, stoking privacy fears

    In the not too distant future, surveillance cameras sitting over 100,000 lampposts in Singapore could help authorities pick out and recognise faces in crowds across the island-state. The plan to install the cameras, which will be linked to facial...

  • 'Urban mining' in S.Korea pulls rare battery materials from recycled tech

    'Urban mining' in S.Korea pulls rare battery materials from recycled tech

    Workers at a rural South Korean factory are busy extracting some of the world's most coveted metals, used in the batteries that power electric cars. But they're not digging in the ground or refining ore. Instead, they are sorting through a pile of...

  • New laser technology to help research into whales and dolphins

    New laser technology to help research into whales and dolphins

    New laser technology is to be used to for "pioneering research" into whales and dolphins living off of Scotland's west coast. Scientists will use photogrammetry equipment to help collect vital new information to assess the overall health of the...

  • NASA resuming search for planets orbiting stars beyond solar system

    NASA resuming search for planets orbiting stars beyond solar system

    The search for worlds circling stars far beyond our solar system will resume in the coming weeks with NASA's launch of a spacecraft scientists hope will enlarge the known catalog of so-called exoplanets believed capable of supporting life. NASA...

  • Melita partners with Ericsson in preparation for 5G technology

    Melita partners with Ericsson in preparation for 5G technology

    Melita Mobile customers will soon be enjoying superfast mobile data speeds, with the launch of the most advanced 5G-ready mobile network. Melita said it has partnered with Ericsson to provide the most advanced and best performing mobile network in...

  • Facebook to give users more control over personal information

    Facebook to give users more control over personal information

    Facebook Inc is giving users more control over their privacy by making data management easier and redesigning the settings menu, the company said on Wednesday, in the wake of a scandal over a breach that exposed the personal information of...

  • Getting a high score

    Getting a high score

    How has Malta established itself as a successful base for the iGaming business, Dale Schembri, product marketing executive at BMIT Ltd, asks. Over the past few years, Malta has seen a huge rise in the popularity and success of the iGaming business.

  • Focusing on business

    Focusing on business

    Choosing the right location, to nurture or grow a business and to develop the right network of connections, is both a challenge and an opportunity. Business Office Services International (BOSI), centrally located within the Central Business...

  • Affiliate Grand Slam 2018 to be held in Asia

    Affiliate Grand Slam 2018 to be held in Asia

    On May 18, SiGMA will take advantage of the world’s biggest gambling market as they stage this year’s Affiliate Grand Slam.   After previous success in Tallinn and Bucharest, this will be their first foray into the Asian market. Hong Kong’s...

  • To keep or delete, that is the question

    To keep or delete, that is the question

    Curt Gauci, owner and managing director at Kinetix IT Solutions, outlines the importance of data management in light of the General Data Protection Regulation. The digital transformation has amplified digitisation to unprecedented levels in our...

  • Sigma updates

    Sigma updates

    Videoslots extends portfolio with Nolimit City games Videoslots.com, who are known for their pioneering approach and for hosting one of the largest casino games portfolios in the entire gaming industry, have announced their launch of Nolimit City...

  • Going above and beyond

    When it comes to any sort of 4K display technologies, few companies can quite match the technical sophistication of LG and its manufacturing process. In addition, 4K PC monitors that can plug into thunderbolt ports are not exactly a common thing...

  • Hollywood to home

    Panasonic’s high-end 4K pro HDR televisions are designed to deliver picture quality accurate to the filmmaker’s original version. They combine Panasonic’s cutting-edge Studio Colour HCX processor with professional quality colour management...

  • Tech giants express concern over Singapore plan to fight fake news

    Tech giants express concern over Singapore plan to fight fake news

    Global tech giants including Facebook and Twitter on Thursday expressed concern about a possible Singapore plan to bring in a new law to tackle the threat of fake news, saying sufficient rules are already in place. Officials of Facebook, Twitter...

  • Self-driving Uber car 'Should have sensed woman' before fatal crash

    Self-driving Uber car 'Should have sensed woman' before fatal crash

    Video of a fatal crash involving a self-driving Uber suggests the pedestrian who was killed should have been within range of the car's laser and radar sensors, two experts have said. Authorities investigating the crash in a Phoenix suburb released...

  • Dutch vote in referendum on spy agency tapping powers

    Dutch vote in referendum on spy agency tapping powers

    Dutch voters will decide on Wednesday whether spy agencies should have the power to install bulk taps on Internet traffic, just as news of Facebook's 50 million user profile leak returns digital privacy issues to the fore. The referendum is...

  • Academic behind Facebook breach says he is a 'scapegoat'

    Academic behind Facebook breach says he is a 'scapegoat'

    A Cambridge University academic who harvested data on millions of Facebook users said he has been made a scapegoat by the social network and a UK-based political consultancy that is accused of trying to sway public opinion for Donald...

  • Microsoft hits back at claims it ignored sexual harassment

    Microsoft hits back at claims it ignored sexual harassment

    A senior executive said Microsoft Corp thoroughly investigates issues raised by women in the workplace and fired about 20 employees last year over complaints of sexual harassment as the company seeks to counter claims that it treats female workers...

  • Russian spy agency can demand access to Telegram app's user data

    Russian spy agency can demand access to Telegram app's user data

    Russia's top court has ruled that the Telegram messaging app can be forced to provide user data to security services. The Supreme Court threw out an appeal by Telegram protesting against demands from the Federal Security Service intelligence...