In the wake of Black Lives Matter protests, Sony has made the decision to keep the world’s attention there rather than on its games.
We can sniff the end of 2019, so let’s reflect on some of the big blunders that happened this year.
Vitamin E acetate has been discovered in lung tissue samples and may be a lead on the fight against deaths related to vaping.
Despite being automated, Ericsson will initially employ 100 people at the facility.
The good news is that Huawei will be able to use the Android operating system once again.
Huawei is taking its battle with the US to the courts citing violations of the US constitution.
Trade restrictions that blacklist Chinese firms including Huawei have been dialled back just a bit so that US firms making use of their equipment can make alternate arrangements.
The Wikileaks founder still faces possible extradition to the US.
UK and US authorities are accusing Russia of trying to lay the groundwork for future cyber attacks.
Thanks to Trump’s tax cuts, Apple is about to invest some of its overseas cash in the US.
The years of wait are finally over as we have the first large-scale robot fight.
Twitch is where you need to be to see an international robot fight.
Let’s hope no-one needs to get any work done on the plane.
Laptops, tablets, and cameras will need to be stowed in the cargo hold if you’re traveling from some Middle Eastern and African countries to the US or UK.
For many soldiers, being able to watch Netflix while deployed overseas is a welcome reminder of home.
And he thinks Bill Gates can help him do it.
It’s Christmas in July.
Voters would rather have a vegetable in office than Donald Trump, by a margin of around 10 to 1.