Big Silicon Valley backers of cryptocurrencies have sought a broad exemption from federal oversight they say would slow digital coin growth, as the industry steps up lobbying to limit government oversight of the burgeoning world of cryptocurrencies.
Company moves responsibility for users from Ireland to the US where privacy laws are less strictFacebook has moved more than 1.5 billion users out of reach of European privacy law, despite a promise from Mark Zuckerberg to apply the “spirit” of the le
California base faces claims of unreported injuries as it struggles to roll out Model 3Tesla is facing an investigation by Californian safety regulators into reports of serious injuries at its factory in Fremont, California, where it is struggling to scal
Service that bundles fast delivery with video and music streaming edges closer to Netflix’s 125 million subscribersAmazon has revealed that it has more than 100 million subscribers to its Prime service, which bundles free shipping with video and music s
The rumored “Battlefield V” game won’t launch until later this fall, but more information about keeps getting leaked online. An anonymous source claims that developer DICE is currently working on a Battle Royale mode for the upcoming game.
A group of geochemists has announced the discovery of dozens of weird deep-sea octopuses — pink, dinner-plate-sized creatures that had massive eyes and were guarding their eggs in an absolutely inhospitable place.
Found thousands of feet deep within the
Researchers successfully used an experimental gene therapy developed by biotech company Bluebird Bio Inc. to reduce the number of blood transfusions needed in people with beta-thalassemia, an inherited blood disorder.
Apple is rumored to release three new iPhone flagships later this year: two with OLED displays and one with an LCD display. An analyst believes that the 6.1-inch 2018 LCD iPhone could cost as low as $550 and it may arrive with single-SIM and dual-SIM dua
HONG KONG (Reuters) - ZTE Corp's chief compliance and chief legal officer was removed from his posts more than a month before the Chinese telecom equipment maker was slapped with U.S. sanctions this week, a company source with direct knowledge of the sit
Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation is forcing big changes at tech’s biggest firms – even if the US isn’t likely to follow suitDespite the political theatre of Mark Zuckerberg’s congressional interrogations last week, Facebook’s busine
A new study exploring shrimp and krill, a few centimeter long invertebrates with feathered legs, suggests these tiny sea dwellers can stir ocean waters rapidly fast when in clusters. Their effort adds to the impact of winds and waves and takes nutrient-ri