Google to pay $1bn in France to settle fiscal fraud probe

PARIS: Google agreed to pay close to 1 billion euros ($1.10 billion) to French authorities to settle a fiscal fraud probe that...

Air conditioning for all? Hotter world facing ‘cooling poverty’

OXFORD: As climate change brings more frequent and extreme heatwaves around the world, demand for air conditioners is soaring, with 10 new...

Apple unveils iPhone 11, TV+, game service

CUPERTINO, California: Apple unveiled its iPhone 11 models yesterday, touting upgraded, ultra-wide cameras as it updated its popular smartphone lineup and cut...

World Energy Congress kicks off with Kuwaiti participation

Exploring new energy futures, critical innovation areas and creative strategies ABU DHABI: The 24th World Energy Congress (WEC) kicked...

India loses contact with Moon lander

BANGALORE: India's space program suffered a huge setback yesterday after losing contact with an unmanned spacecraft moments before it was due to...

AI as good as Mahler? Austrian orchestra performs symphony with twist

Can artificial intelligence turn out symphonies to match one of the greats of classical music? That was the question posed by one...

Facial recognition becomes an opt-in feature: Facebook

SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook said facial recognition technology applied to photos at the social network will be an opt-in feature. The change that...

Tech making ‘our brains explode’ says star Penelope Cruz

Hollywood star Penelope Cruz warned Sunday that technology was driving high anxiety that would one day make "all our brains explode". The...

Spacecraft carrying Russia’s first humanoid robot docks at ISS

MOSCOW: A combination of file photographs shows : (L) a handout provided by NASA on March 13, 2012 showing an...

Apple debuts credit card as it readies TV+ launch

SAN FRANCISCO: Apple on Tuesday launched a smartphone-generation credit card in the US and moved closer to hitting the...

Facebook launches tool to let users control data flow

PARIS: Facebook, under pressure to ramp up privacy rules across its platform, said yesterday it was rolling out a tool...

British Airways cancels flights after IT failure

LONDON: British Airways was forced to cancel some flights to and from London yesterday after it suffered "a systems issue". Reports suggested...

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