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Asia deploys innovative, if invasive, tech to curb virus

Fpo - Electronic bracelets and phones that report your whereabouts, text messages if you stray too far from quarantine and digital detectives tracking where you've been -- Asian countries have embraced innovative, if somewhat invasive, tech to counter the co...

EU opens funding-bids for new coronavirus technology

The European Union (EU) has allocated funds available to support startups to develop technology that could help with the coronavirus pandemic. However, the deadline for the EU funding is drawing closer.

Younger people see learning NLP as key to securing tech-jobs

Businesses have raised a concern that U.S. colleges and universities are not delivering tech-ready workers in sufficient quantities. this applies especially to areas like cybersecurity.

US sanctions, charges two Chinese linked to N. Korean hack

Washington - US authorities on Monday sanctioned two Chinese citizens and accused them of of laundering more than $100 million in cryptocurrency stolen in a 2018 cyberattack linked to North Korea.

EU seeks 'responsible' AI to dispel Big Brother fears

Apo - The EU unveiled its strategy for artificial intelligence on Wednesday as it seeks to catch up with China and the US and dispel fears of Big Brother-like control.

Body work: Russia's 'biohackers' push boundaries

Moscow - Gripping a scalpel, Vladislav Zaitsev makes an incision in the fold of skin between his client's thumb and index finger and pushes in a small glass cylinder.

Review: Michael Andrew uses the technology Lumen in his swimming routine Special

On February 14, world-class swimmer Michael Andrew posted his latest vlog on his YouTube channel, which deals with Lumen.

Fraudsters are using coronavirus fears for phishing campaigns Special

There have been a number of recent instances where fraudsters are taking advantage of coronavirus fears in order to successfully conduct phishing attacks. Will LaSala of OneSpan tells Digital Journal how this happening.

South Korean TV 'reunites' mother with dead daughter in VR show

Seoul - A tearful reunion between a mother and her dead daughter via advanced virtual reality for a South Korean television has become an online hit, triggering fierce debate about voyeurism and exploitation.

Barrage of mysterious bomb hoaxes plagues Moscow

Moscow - Moscovites are mystified by a flood of bomb hoaxes forcing the evacuation of courts, schools and malls while authorities appear unable to find the culprits even after months of disruption to public life.

Rocket Lab kicks off new year with U.S. spysat launch

Rocket Lab successfully launched a classified payload for the National Reconnaissance Office Jan. 30 in the first of up to a dozen launches planned by the company this year, while chalking up another big step toward rocket reusability in the process.

UAE tech ambitions tarnished by internet restrictions

Dubai - With its ultra-modern infrastructure and hyper-connected services, the United Arab Emirates is an emerging technology power, but a scandal surrounding a popular messaging application has highlighted tight controls on the internet.

Clearview AI's facial recognition app poses many privacy concerns

The latest example of Silicon Valley’s hubris is the facial-recognition app Clearview AI. The small startup’s app is so powerful that someone could walk up to you on the street, snap your photo, and quickly find out your name, address, and phone numbe

BandPay to launch March 2020, building trust in music business Special

BandPay, a fully customizable payment platform to launch March 2020, introduces a simple solution to the delays, errors, and losses that slow down many music professionals’ transactions and creative output. Co-CEO DeCarlos Garrison explains more.

Bollywood star slams Uber after 'scariest experience'

Mumbai - Bollywood star Sonam Kapoor Ahuja has warned Uber users against the ride-hailing app in London after suffering "the scariest experience" with a driver in the British capital.

Facebook bans deepfake videos but says parody clips still OK

Washington - Facebook will ban deepfake videos ahead of the US elections but the new policy will still allow heavily edited clips so long as they are parody or satire, the social media giant said Tuesday.

Op-Ed: Technology has created a world where we live online 24/7

The past decade has seen some astounding technological changes. Technology has grown from a few devices and platforms we use to an entire environment in which we function.

2020 trends for DevOps and IT departments Special

2019 has seen further advance with the DevOps process and supporting technologies. What does 2002 have in store for software development and the roles of different IT functions. An expert from StackRox looks to next year.

Facing industrial decline, Wales dreams of Silicon Valley

Newport - Wales is better known for its factory closures than high-tech achievements. But in Newport, a former bastion of the coal industry, a handful of semiconductor manufacturers dream of a new Silicon Valley.

What you need to know about cybersecurity risk in 2020 Special

What is in store for the realm of technology and cybersecurity in 2020? Issues extend from the risk of ransomware to the possibility of further data breaches. A leading expert provides key advice for businesses and readers at large.

Key business technology predictions to look forward to in 2020 Special

From the hybrid cloud to machine learning innovations, Alluxio has provided some key 2020 Technology Predictions, formulated by of Haoyuan Li, founder and CTO, Alluxio, for Digital Journal readers.

LogRhythm's 2020 technology predictions Special

How can bias inherent within artificial intelligence be overcome? How can biometric data be properly controlled? Will ransomware threats continue to plague businesses? These are among the key businesses tech trends for 2020.

2020 trends on enterprise automation revealed

Automation, robotics AI is poised to revolutionize the way we work in 2020 according to Tonkean, a leader human-in-the-loop RP. The company, has released their predictions for 2020 mobile industry trends.

NASA to launch first all-Mexican AzTechSat-1 satellite to ISS

Puebla - SpaceX postponed the launch of a Dragon cargo ship filled with NASA supplies Wednesday due to high winds in the upper atmosphere, as well as at sea. This means a student-built nanosatellite will he heading to the International Space Station tomorrow.

Huawei moves to overturn 'unlawful' US subsidy ban

Shenzhen - Chinese telecoms giant Huawei said on Thursday it has petitioned a US court to overturn a ban that prevents carriers in rural America from buying the firm's equipment by tapping an $8.5-billion federal fund.

2020 Fintech predictions from Marqeta Special

Oakland, CA-based fintech startup Marqeta, has made some fintech predictions for 2020, made available to Digital Journal readers. Fintech extends to the new applications, processes, products, or business models in the financial services industry.

Using technology to keep lights on can also prevent wildfires

California utilities are experimenting with a new technology that proponents say could help prevent both electricity shutoffs and equipment failure-related wildfires.

Drone project aims to put floating Lagos slum on map

Lagos - John Eromosele records the coordinates of a bustling canal on his smartphone from aboard a dug-out canoe navigating the floating slum of Makoko in Nigerian megacity Lagos.

Bytedance: The Chinese company behind global TikTok craze

Bejing - The Chinese billionaire behind teen phenomenon TikTok is a 36-year-old tech guru whose eye for youth trends and pioneering use of AI has blasted the app to global success -- while working hand-in-glove with censors to control content within China.

Alibaba eyes $12.9 bn Hong Kong IPO after setting price

Fpo - Chinese online retail titan Alibaba said Wednesday it could raise almost $13 billion in Hong Kong's biggest IPO for nearly a decade after announcing the pricing of its shares for the mega sale.
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