DUBAI (Reuters) – Twitter suspended an account linked to Iran’s Supreme Leader on Friday, hours after it carried the image of a golfer resembling former President Donald Trump apparently being
By Anton Zverev and Gabrielle Tétrault-Farber MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia said on Friday that TikTok had deleted some of what it called illegal posts promoting weekend protests aimed at securing the
MILAN (Reuters) – Italian broadcaster Mediaset said on Friday it had won two legal cases against French and U.S. portals involving online piracy.
By Mathieu Rosemain PARIS (Reuters) – Google and a French publishers’ lobby said on Thursday they had agreed to a copyright framework for the U.S. tech giant to pay news publishers for content online,
DUBAI (Reuters) – The website of Iran’s Supreme Leader on Friday carried the image of a golfer resembling former President Donald Trump apparently being targeted by a drone alongside a threat of
BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany’s motor vehicle authority (KBA) is looking into safety risks related to touchscreen displays in Tesla cars and has asked the U.S. auto maker to provide information following
By Michael Nienaber BERLIN (Reuters) – German car manufacturer Volkswagen is in talks with its main suppliers about possible claims for damages due to a shortage of semiconductors, a company spokesman
By Helen Coster (Reuters) – A veteran rocket from billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk’s SpaceX aerospace company launched 143 spacecraft into space on Sunday, a new record for the most spaceships
By Michelle Hennessy HONG KONG (Reuters) – “Social robots like me can take care of the sick or elderly,” Sophia says as she conducts a tour of her lab in Hong Kong.