Technology

5G: What is it good for?

|     Larry Downes     | 5G, or 5th Generation Mobile, is the next big leap in wireless communications. You've probably heard about it in commercials or...

China challenges US dominance of science

|     Ben Guarino, Emily Rauhala & William Wan     | WASHINGTON (The Washington Post) - Like many ambitious young scientists, José Pastor-Pareja came to the United...

Apple’s iOS 11.4 finally delivers on last year’s promises for HomePod,...

|     Hayley Tsukayama, The Washington Post     | APPLE is finally delivering on some promises it made last year about its HomePod speaker, including giving the...

Crypto’s 32-year-old billionaire mining king is mulling an IPO

|     Blake Schmidt     | WITH his baby face, eyeglasses and go-to outfit of T-shirt, jeans and sneakers, Jihan Wu looks more like a geeky teenager...

Tokyo hopes ‘solar roads’ lead to greener power grid

TOKYO (The Japan News/ANN) - The Tokyo metropolitan government intends to take the initiative in introducing the new technologies of ‘solar roads’ that collect...

From electricity to steel, Trump becoming increasingly active in shaping economy

|     Steven Mufson & David J Lynch, The Washington Post     | WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump is increasingly intervening in the economy, making decisions about...

As Europe’s data law takes effect, watchdogs go after tech companies

|     Tony Romm, Craig Timberg and Michael Birnbaum     | EUROPE implemented a sweeping overhaul of digital privacy laws on Friday that has reshaped how technology...

Hands off my data! 15 default privacy settings you should change...

|     Geoffrey A Fowler     | ON THE Internet, the devil's in the defaults. You're not reading all those updated data policies flooding your inbox. You probably...

Most people expect driverless cars to become common, and they worry...

|     Ashley Halsey III     | MOST Americans think autonomous cars will be quite common within 15 years, though 74 per cent of people say they...

Japanese government eyes 40 per cent goal for use of cashless...

|     Daisuke Ichikawa     | CASHLESS payments are rapidly becoming more commonplace, raising hopes for innovations linked to various new services. Japan, however, has lagged behind other...

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