lphabet Inc's Google's Android phones on Tuesday started detecting earthquakes around the world to provide data that could eventually give billions o...
Google's AI can now identify food in the supermarket, in a move designed to help the visually impaired.
It is part of Google's Lookout app, which aims to help those with low or no vision identify things around them.
A new update has added the ability for a computer voice to say aloud what food it thinks a pers...
Apple is on the verge of becoming the first $2 trillion American company following a gravity-defying surge that has highlighted the value of its iPhone ecosystem during the global pandemic.
Shares in Apple have roughly doub...
Internet services across the country have been disrupted after the 2nd submarine cable was damaged in Patuakhali while "moving sand".
The incident happened this noon when locals were moving sand using excavator and damaged the power supply and optical fibre cables of the SEA-ME-WE 5 submarine cable, reports Bangla daily Prothom Alo quotin...
Based in Shenzhen and founded in 1998, the Chinese company Tencent enjoys huge popularity - and profits - in China.
Its cute penguin symbol is as familiar to Chinese children as the McDonalds "golden arches" logo is to children in the West, says the BBC's China media analyst Kerry Allen.
"Tencent is thought of as so much more than...
Samsung has tackled one of the biggest criticisms of its original folding-screen smartphone by giving the new version a much bigger external display for use when it is closed.
The original Galaxy Fold...
The European Commission will carry out a full-scale probe into Google's takeover of Fitbit.
The announcement follows a preliminary review, and threatens to derail the purchase of the fitness-tracking firm.
It comes despite Google's offer last month to not use Fitbit's health data for ad targeting.
Google's parent company Alphabet a...
TikTok unveiled plans for a $200 million "creator fund" to add content from emerging social media personalities to the fast-growing video-sharing app.
The new US fund will "help support ambitious creators who are seeking opportunities to foster a livelihood through their innovative content," said Vanessa Pappas,...
Better known for making cameras, Kodak has moved into drug making and has just secured a $765m (£592m) loan from the US government.
The fallen giant of the photography industry will make ingredients used in generic drugs to help fight the coronavirus.
Announcing the loan, the US government said it wanted to reduce dependency on foreign countries for medical supplies....