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TrinamiX has developed a facial recognition software that they say could provide better security.
The group infiltrated more than 2,000 BT customer accounts and used the details to buy luxury goods.
A new mode links parents' TikTok accounts to their child's, and gives control over some features.
The entire pipeline was closed after the cyber-security incident.
Campaigners had hoped details of a crackdown on facial recognition would be published.
Facebook said it was "legally compelled" to block access to a page under new "fake news" laws.
The ride-hailing firm will close its downtown LA customer support office to focus on larger centres.
When asked to modernise and have barcodes on stock of sweets Elizabeth Lihou said "I couldn't do it".
Amazon's video doorbell system has faced criticism for not having more robust security for users.
Firms are encouraging staff to make sharing which personal pronouns they use an everyday practice.
The North Carolina Breaking News page accumulated more than 50,000 followers in less than a month.
The Microsoft founder said in an interview that he liked Tesla but had chosen a Porsche as his first electric car.
In a letter to the Financial Times, the billionaire argues they should be removed from their roles.
Better sight, better hands and more intelligence are allowing robots to take on more and more jobs.
The tech giant says it is "experiencing a slower return to normal conditions" in China than expected.
The Amazon boss and world's richest man gives 8% of his fortune to fight the planet's "biggest threat".
A buyout collapsed, leading to the app closing and a presenter paying for final game's $5 prize.
Reviewers find more durability issues in new handsets from Samsung and Motorola.
The poster said the authorities should be told about children who had tools used by cyber-security experts.
Hamas militants hacked dozens of smartphones by posing as female admirers, Israel's military says.