Twitter says it shut nearly 377,000 accounts for promoting terrorism in the second half of last year.
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U.S. officials say concerns over screening procedures at some airports in the Middle East and Africa will require passengers to check in almost all electronic devices larger than a smartphone, rather than carry them into the cabin.
Dubai has announced yet another pioneering initiative, but this time it's not the world's first rotating skyscraper or 3D printed office. It's a fleet of flying taxis.
Two Russian spies are among four individuals indicted by the US Department of Justice (DOJ) over a huge theft of Yahoo user accounts.
US chipmaker Intel is taking a big bet on driverless cars with a $15.3bn (£12.5bn) takeover of specialist Mobileye.
It is 25 years since the invention of Mime, or Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions - the system that made it possible to send attachments.
Volunteer coders and researchers recently convened at Yale University, joining a grass roots Data Rescue movement to save and protect the U.S. government's digital records they fear could vanish under Pres. Trump.
Several of the tech firms whose products have been allegedly compromised by the CIA have given their first reactions to the claims.
There are numerous reports from around the world that various Microsoft services are suffering faults.
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