In a run-up to Independence Day, Texan community paper The Liberty County Vindicator posted daily snippets of the Declaration of Independence on its Facebook page in the hopes of encouraging historical literacy among its readers. However, Facebook’s algorithm had reportedly took down several excerpts which it considered to be hate...

A 24- year old Japanese man named Yoshida Shinkaru was recently given a one-year prison sentence for illegally mining cryptocurrency using the Monero mining tool on user PCs. Shinkaru reportedly used the Coinhive on an online gaming cheat tool and made it available for download. Users who installed unknowingly had their...

YouTube was reportedly added as a defendant in a class action lawsuit against crypto investment platform Bitconnect, according to court documents filed this week. The lawsuit, which was filed by 6 complainants represented by the Silver Miller law firm, alleges that BitConnect issued crypto coins that were unregistered securities, as well...

Silicon Valley’s tech giants are reportedly taking their talent hunt to Cambridge, England where they are snapping up engineers and researchers, particularly those working in the fields of artificial intelligence. It is said that the arrival of firms such as Google, Microsoft, Amazon and Apple will provide a much needed boost...

It was recently reported that Google’s parent company, Alphabet, has recently been increasing its involvement in various transportation projects such electric scooters, self-driving vehicles, and flying cars. The Financial Times reported earlier this week that Alphabet even invested in an electric-scooter startup called Lime, with its venture capital arm, GV, leading...

The Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) revealed this week that it wants to fine Grab and Uber, saying that the merger of the two ride-hailing firms resulted in reduced competition. The CCCS proposed several remedies, such as the sale of their car-leasing business. However, the reversal of the merger,...