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Alphabet's Google car project is said to be in advanced talks regarding a Fiat Chrysler partnership.
The US Congress has time till 1 December to either reject or modify the rule when it goes into effect.
Stupid developers are unwittingly posting their company's Slack login credentials on GitHub for anyone to see.
Activist investor Carl Icahn dumps entire multi-billion-dollar Apple stake due to Chinese 'dictatorship' fears.
Mozilla confirms to have patched four critical memory safety bugs.
Sir David Pepper makes the case for using surveillance to catch criminals, terrorists and cybercriminals.
This is the non-profit's first batch of open source code released to help speed up machine learning research.
If you don't stand up for privacy, who will, Snowden asks on Matrix-like video.
Oracle, Amazon and Berkshire Hathaway spent much less.
A security researcher has created a tool for QNB customers to check if they are victim of the data dump.
From 30 April, you can wave goodbye to extortionate mobile roaming charges in Europe.