US plans $4bn for self-driving rules

By BBC A 10-year, $4bn (£2.8bn) proposal to bring self-driving cars to roads across the US has been announced by the Department of Transportation. The plan's stated aim is to implement consistent laws across all states...

Netflix cracks down on proxy streaming

By BBC Video-streaming giant Netflix has said it is going to stop subscribers from using internet proxies to view content not available in their home countries. Due to licensing agreements, Netflix content varies between countries -...

How ‘The Revenant’ — and Big Data — Will Change Movies Forever

By  Yahoo   The critics have spoken: The Revenant is gripping, gorgeous, and at times grotesque. Now we have the data to prove it.   Before the Leonardo DiCaprio epic hit wide release, Fox Studios partnered with a...

GoPro shares plunge on revenue forecast

By BBC Shares of GoPro plunged as much as 28% in after-hours trading after the wearable camera maker announced revenue forecasts below expectations. The firm forecast revenue of $435m (£302m) in the fourth quarter, well below...

Employers ‘can read private messages’

By BBC Employers can read workers' private messages sent via chat software and webmail accounts during working hours, judges have ruled. The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) said a firm that read a worker's Yahoo...

Somalia’s 13-year-old inventor finds fame

By BBC A 13-year-old boy's passion for making electronic toys in Somalia has won him local fame and a free education. Guled Adan Abdi, from the northern town of Buhodle, taught himself how to make plastic...

Record fall in global demand for PCs

By BBC Falling global demand for personal computers (PC) saw shipments fall by a record 10.6% in the fourth quarter from a year ago, according to market research firm IDC. About 71.9 million units were shipped...

Millions at risk from ‘buggy’ browser

By BBC Microsoft has ended technical support and security updates for older versions of its Internet Explorer browser. The changes, which will affect versions 8, 9 and 10 of the browser, were announced in August 2014. Some...

Lego changes policy after Ai backlash

By BBC Lego has said it is reversing its policy on bulk purchases and will no longer ask customers what they want to use the bricks for. The U-turn follows a recent controversy involving Chinese artist...

Streaming service Apple Music hits 10 million paying subscribers

Six months after being launched, Apple Music has hit 10 million paying subscribers, according to a report in the Financial Times. The streaming service was launched in June last year and offered all of its...
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