Meta said Friday it was lifting restrictions on US presidential candidate Donald Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts, ending measures put in place after his supporters violently stormed the US Capitol in 2021.... Read more
US carrier Southwest Airlines plans to jointly develop a fleet of electric air taxis to serve the California market with transportation startup Archer Aviation, the companies announced Friday.... Read more
The European Union and the United Kingdom mandate via the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that users of web services must give their informed consent for their data to be collected and used. To this end, each time a user visits a new website, they are presented with a privacy... Read more
Artificial Intelligence now underpins many of our activities in public and private spheres, including work, education, travel, and leisure. But its rapid development and increased use has been led primarily by commercial interests rather than deliberative policy or legislative choices.... Read more
Saudi Arabia will host the inaugural Esports Olympics in 2025 the International Olympic Committee said on Friday.... Read more
German airline giant Lufthansa slashed its 2024 profit forecast Friday after a weak second quarter and launched a "turnaround" plan for its flagship carrier, which it warned might not break even.... Read more
At a 24-hour computer center in Conshohocken, technicians for ZeroEyes monitor software tied to surveillance cameras in 42 states, checking automated reports of possible guns where they aren't supposed to be, and other security threats to crowds of commuters, students, and other groups.... Read more
Swedish telecommunications equipment manufacturer Ericsson said Friday it had suffered a $1.0 billion quarterly loss after writing down the value of its purchase of US cloud-based communications operator Vonage.... Read more
Professor Silvia Massini and co-author Eugene D. Hahn analyze early-stage financial investment in 3D printing, examining key drivers and geographic patterns. Their work is published in the Journal of International Management.... Read more
Delta reported lower quarterly profits Thursday despite still-strong travel demand as it moderated a plan to add capacity in the fall in light of industry overcapacity.... Read more
Rajakumari Chouta of Fremont got the news this past November that she would be laid off in January from her software developer job at Amazon in San Francisco, so she began applying for new positions internally.... Read more
The EU on Thursday approved Apple's offer to allow rivals access to the iPhone's ability to tap-to-pay within the bloc, ending a lengthy probe and sparing it a heavy fine.... Read more
CBS News President Ingrid Ciprian-Matthews said Wednesday she's resigning after less than a year in her role, and CNN announced that it was eliminating approximately 100 jobs in continued signs of upheaval for the media business.... Read more
Tax preparation and financial software company Intuit announced an AI-focused reorganization plan Wednesday that includes laying off about 10% of its workforce.... Read more
Imagine walking through a bustling railway station. You're in a hurry, weaving through the crowd, unaware that cameras are not just watching you but also recognizing you.... Read more