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VIDEO: Saudi Arabians are up in arms because a humanoid robot who doesn't "cover up" or abide by the country’s strict laws was granted citizenship at a tech conference in Riyadh this week.
Now that Google does not even hide that they monitor you, it's good to have an alternative. The search engine DuckDuckGo has had huge growth in recent months.
Webmaster tools: We have probably all been there. You publish a blog post, post it to social media, and then you realize there is a grammar or spelling mistake. Or perhaps you need to update the picture. Here is how to fix it.
Skype's Stockholm office will be closed and 120 people have been given notice. It is unclear what will happen to the services.
VIDEO: A guy stabs a mobile phone battery with a knife - what happens next is going to make you afraid of your mobile phone.
On Friday night, this was the screen that met Facebook users worldwide.
Last month, Nintendo released the NES Classic Edition console, and it has already sold 200,000 copies in the United States.
DAB car radios are a threat to both national security and to drivers, shows a new report from the Norwegian Directorate for Civil Protection and Emergency Planning. The radios are easily hacked and can be used to take control of the car or to prevent reception of emergency announcements.
A draft law released by the German union for data protection revealed that the interior ministry proposes to drastically limit the powers of Germany's data protection authorities.
The interest for Twitter's new no censorship competitor Gab is huge. Over 187,000 people have already signed up to participate in the ongoing beta test.