Category: Technology

Google escapes 1.1 billion Euro tax bills in France

Google is not liable for 1.115 billion Euros ($1.272 billion) in unpaid taxes claimed by the French state. The French company Google Ireland Limited (GIL) is not taxable...

Digital participation to ensure participatory democracy

Digital democracy is the catch word nowadays. This entails the word digital participation. The question in front of us is whether the use of digital participation could...

Intel Core i9 7900X OCed

Intel Core i9 7900X OCed To 5.7GHz+, Breaks Cinebench R15 & 11.5 HWBOT 10 Core Records. Intel’s Skylake-X enthusiast HEDT family of processors announced yesterday...

Google says it would cost too much

The department of labor will keep bothering Google for the salary records because the tech titan keeps joining the handover. These record can be proved at once and...

WannaCry ransomware cyber-attacks slow but fears remain

A computer malware that has spread across 150 countries appears to be slowing down, with few reports of fresh attacks globally on Monday. A spokesperson for police...

Syrian refugees invent app for Germany’s bureaucracy maze

BERLIN: Interminable queues, impenetrable paperwork, unpronounceable German words — the hurdles for any newcomer to Europe’s top economy can be daunting but now...

Premier League chief wary of social media threat

LONDON: The chief executive of English football’s lucrative Premier League believes the biggest danger to maintaining the sport’s long-term popularity comes...

Intel buys artificial intelligence startup

SAN FRANCISCO: US-based Intel on Tuesday announced a deal to buy an artificial intelligence startup as the computer chip colossus looks to broaden its role in data...

Australian online census shut down by cyber attacks

CANBERRA: Australia’s first attempt to conduct a census online was in disarray after several cyber attacks and a hardware failure led to the website being shut...

Facebook’s newsfeed and the tyranny of ‘positive’ content

IT’S been four months since Facebook freed its users from the limits of the “Like”, introducing a set of reactions like “wow,” “haha” and “angry”. The...