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A data firm based in Canada, which acted on behalf of the Vote Leave campaign (which is seeking to promote the U.K.'s impending exit from the European Union), has been hit with the first ever GDPR notice in relation to U.K. activities.
US President Donald Trump's former strategist Steve Bannon on Saturday said he would set up "war rooms" across Europe to help form a pan-continental right-wing movement ahead of European Parliament elections in 2019.
After sharp gains yesterday taking the price well over $6,500 the price early today went past $6,800 but since then has dropped back but has stayed above $6,600 all day.
As digital dentistry becomes the new standard, dental practitioners are rushing to adopt 3D printing technologies and transition away from traditional dentistry. Gideon Balloch, Dental Product Lead at Formlabs explains more.
Large birds like the albatross or eagles seem to stay aloft for hours, not always flapping their wings - but using air currents. Scientists are now using artificial intelligence to learn their tricks, hoping they can teach aircraft to do the same.
In a surprising development in the cryptocurrency market after a rapid recovery from recent lows Ripple (XRP) became the second largest cryptocoin by market cap replacing Etherium (ETH) in that role. Bitcoin is by far the largest still.
This morning, the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) confirmed the Hayabusa2 deployed the two tiny MINERVA-II1 hoppers toward the surface of the asteroid Ryugu around midnight EDT on Sept. 21, 2018.
Facebook said Friday a dating service it teased early this year is being rolled out in Colombia.
The game-streaming service Twitch, which is owned by Amazon, is no longer accessible to users inside China. The app has also disappeared from the China Apple Store.
Kazakhstan on Thursday sentenced a man to three years in prison for inciting hatred on social media after he took a swipe at the country's septuagenarian leader and his kinsmen.
The EU warned social network Facebook on Thursday to bring its allegedly "misleading" consumer terms of service in line with the bloc's rules by the end of the year or to risk financial penalties.
Whew - The suspense is finally over. JAXA's two tiny hopping robots have successfully landed on an asteroid called Ryugu — and they've even sent back some wild images from their new home.
A pair of robot rovers have landed on an asteroid and begun a survey, Japan's space agency said Saturday, as it conducts a mission aiming to shed light on the origins of the solar system.
An interesting discovery has been made about several species of bacteria that inhabit the human intestines and which constitute part of the human microbiome. These organisms have been shown to generate electricity.
For decades, researchers have tried to figure out what a fossil known as Dickinsonia really was. The question had become the "Holy Grail of paleontology." Now, scientists have identified it as the earliest known animal in the geological record.
Female foreign ministers meeting for the first summit of its kind vowed Saturday to bring a "women's perspective" to foreign policy.
America's ports are fearful that they will be big losers as the escalating trade fight between Washington and Beijing bites into business.
The Maldives -- a country of 1,200 islands in the Indian Ocean best known for its white beaches and blue lagoons -- will vote Sunday in a presidential election.
North Korea and Iran will dominate this week's gathering of world leaders at the United Nations, where President Donald Trump will be firmly in the spotlight as he continues to upend global diplomacy.
Whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov said Tuesday the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) risked a "catastrophe for clean sport" if it lifts a suspension against the Russian Anti-Doping Agency later this week.
The 2018 pole vault season came to a close and Digital Journal looked back on Greek pole vaulter Emmanuel Karalis' incredible year.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) on Thursday lifted a ban on Russia's anti-doping agency, paving the way for Russian athletes to return to competition but also sparking claims of "treachery" and "dark shadows" cast over the fight against drugs in sp...
American pole vaulter Katie Nageotte set multiple personal bests in 2018 in the women's pole vault. Digital Journal highlights her exceptional year in the sport.
This week’s releases include an unfulfilled promise of greatness; a gripping horror movie; a classic Halloween comedy; the ends of several series; and an interesting approach to alien contact.
John Rzeznik, the lead singer and guitarist of the Goo Goo Dolls, chatted with Digital Journal about their 20th anniversary tour of their seminal album "Dizzy Up the Girl."
On September 21, global pop star Ed Sheeran performed at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, as part of his "Divide" Tour.
On September 21, country singer Kip Moore performed at Hackensack Meridian Health Stage 17 for the country station NASH FM 94.7 in New York.
Canadian cannabis producer Tilray is soaring ahead of Wednesday's opening bell after CEO Brendan Kennedy laid out his company's growth prospects on CNBC's "Mad Money."
John Hancock, which is a major provider of life insurance in the U.S., has added the requirement that those taking out interactive insurance must wear fitness tracking to all policies.
A number of pharmaceutical companies are embracing connected technology with a bid to improve efficiencies and to reduce costs. This digital transformation of the sector includes smart factories and connected plants.
The on-demand trucking app service Convoy has attracted a massive $185 million in investment as the company prepares plans to expand its services. The company is now valued at $1 billion.
Alcohol kills three million people worldwide each year -- more than AIDS, violence and road accidents combined, the World Health Organization said Friday, adding that men are particularly at risk.
More than half of all countries will likely fail to hit the UN target of reducing premature deaths from a quartet of chronic diseases by a third before 2030, researchers said Friday.
On September 15, "General Hospital" actors William deVry, Maura West, Wally Kurth, and James Patrick Stuart participated in a benefit for the Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation.
On October 23, Emmy-nominated actress Fran Drescher ("The Nanny") will be hosting her Master Class Health Summit in Los Angeles.
China summoned the US ambassador on Saturday to lodge an official protest over sanctions imposed by the United States against a Chinese military organisation for buying Russian fighter jets and missiles, state media said.
India's Narendra Modi was under fire Saturday after French ex-president Francois Hollande added fresh fuel to corruption allegations in a bilateral defence deal, with the prime minister branded a traitor by his chief political opponent.
Mahmud Abbas is the only Palestinian leader capable of striking a peace deal with Israel, former Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert said in comments broadcast Saturday after the two men met in Paris.
The Vatican on Saturday announced an historic accord with China on who appoints bishops in the Communist country, paving the way for rapprochement between the Catholic Church and the world's most populous country.
California restaurants will soon stop providing plastic straws unless customers explicitly ask for them, under a new law signed on Thursday by the state's environment-friendly governor.
The federal government is warning the owners of the troubled Vogtle nuclear power plant in Georgia that any move to cancel a planned expansion would lead to demands for quick repayment of nearly $6 billion in federal loans.
23-time Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps is hard at work with his water conservation efforts with his Colgate partnership.
Coca-Cola, Walmart and other big multinationals pledged on Thursday to help reduce plastic pollution in the world's oceans in support of a campaign by five of the G7 industrialized nations.
A museum dedicated to late and notorious Colombian drug baron Pablo Escobar has been shut down in Medellin, according to local authorities.
A new high-speed rail link between Hong Kong and mainland China will launch Sunday, a multi-billion dollar project that critics say gives away part of the city's territory to an increasingly assertive Beijing.
Protests against soaring short term tourist rentals and rising rents -- issues which have drawn popular ire in several other countries -- drew hundreds of people in Lisbon on Saturday, Lusa news agency reported.
Greek-American cookbook author, television host, and lifestyle expert, Maria Menounos chatted with Digital Journal about her latest projects, which include Home Chef.