Taiwan's top court has ordered a man to pay his mother almost $1m (£710,000) for raising him and funding his dentistry training.
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Earlier this month, Facebook announced it would be using facial recognition to let users know every time a photo of them had been uploaded to the site.
Facebook is changing the way it identifies false and misleading news on the social network.
Twitter has suspended at least three accounts tied to far-right group Britain First, including one that had been retweeted by President Trump.
Chinese authorities have shut down an institute that was teaching women to be obedient and subordinate to men.
A new report has a stern warning for the global workforce: stay flexible.
YouTube has changed the way its autofill feature works after reports that some word combinations brought up paedophilic phrases.
Few places move as fast as Dubai. But where is it heading? And where it goes, will others follow?
From sharing bicycle to sharing car, China's sharing economy has now swept into the book industry.
Stories of sexual harassment and abuse of power in Silicon Valley and Hollywood have left many people questioning what can be done to make speaking up easier across all industries.