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Hacker “9Near” Remains At Large, Minister Says

BANGKOK — The hacker accused of stealing and trying to sell personal data of almost every Thai citizen remains at large, the digital economy minister said Friday.

Tiktok’s Parent Has a New App: What To Know About LEMON8

NEW YORK (AP) — As lawmakers debate whether to ban TikTok nationwide, its Chinese parent company has introduced a new app that’s already getting...

China Launches Big Data Platform for Rice Industry Development

SANYA, (Xinhua) -- China has launched a big data platform for the entire rice industry chain, which is expected to promote the digitalization and...
A screenshot of a post by 9Near on dark web Breach Forum selling personal records of 55 million Thai citizens. Photo: ExploitWareLabs / Facebook

Gov’t Blocks Website That Threatens to Leak Personal Data of 55 Million Thais

BANGKOK — The government on Friday ordered internet service providers to block access to a website that threatened to reveal personal data of 55 million Thai citizens.

Microsoft Adds AI Tools to Office Apps Like Outlook, Word

NEW YORK (AP) — Microsoft is infusing artificial intelligence tools into its suite of office software, including Word, Excel and Outlook emails. The company said...

What Can ChatGPT Maker’s New AI Model GPT-4 Do?

LONDON (AP) — The company behind the ChatGPT chatbot has rolled out its latest artificial intelligence model, GPT-4, in the next step for a technology that’s...

Turtle Beach Launches First Carbon Neutral Products

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.–(BUSINESS WIRE) – Leading gaming accessories maker Turtle Beach Corporation (NASDAQ: HEAR) today announced two new colorways, Teal and Pink, are now available...

YouTube CEO Steps Down, Severing Longtime Ties to Google

Susan Wojcicki, a longtime Google executive who played a key role in the company's creation, is stepping down as YouTube's CEO after spending the...

AI Search Engines Can Now Chat With Us, but Glitches Abound

REDMOND, Wash. (AP) — Nearly a quarter-century after Google's search engine began to reshape how we use the internet, big tech companies are racing...
FILE - The Microsoft Internet Explorer logo is projected on a screen during a Microsoft Xbox E3 media briefing in Los Angeles, June 4, 2012. Photo: Damian Dovarganes / AP File

So Long, Internet Explorer. The Browser Retires Today

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Internet Explorer is finally headed out to pasture.


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