sdfSorry, news with tag "tech" not found. Try another search.

Top news

Sort by ratingdate

Coronavirus : South Korea confirms first death News

Image caption South Korea now has more than 100 confirmed coronavirus cases. South Korea has confirmed its first death from the new coronavirus, amid a sharp rise in confirmed cases. A 63-year-old man died in hospital in the south-eastern city of Cheongdo. The patient, who had been bedridden for years, was not publicly named. South Korea also reported 53 new coronavirus cases in a single day, bringing the overall number to 104. Meanwhile, the ... Full story

Two Guaranteed Ways To Become More Powerful Than Your Fears

This is Mentoring Moments, a series of WOW-you-need-to-know-these stories from successful women of multiple generations. Mentoring Moments is now a podcast . Julia Landauer, NASCAR Champion. Photo credit James Higa. We're talking grit, fear and speed. Julia Landauer is a two-time champion NASCAR driver from New York City (started racing when she was 10), speaker, entrepreneur, Stanford grad, 2017 Forbes Under 30 and she competed on the reality ... Full story

Tennessee authorities issue Amber Alert for 15-month-old girl last seen in December

A desperate search is underway in Tennessee for a 15-month-old girl who authorities say was last seen in December. Evelyn Mae Boswell, of Sullivan County, was entered as a missing child on Tuesday, but she was reportedly last seen on Dec. 26, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. Investigators with the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office and the Tennessee Department of Children’s Services immediately launched an investigation, with ... Full story

Merkel calls racism in Germany a poison after Hanau shootings

BERLIN — Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday said Germany must overcome the "poison" of racism after a gunman killed 10 people in attacks linked to far-right extremism. In a televised speech, Merkel said that while it is too early for a final assessment of Wednesday night's shooting in the town of Hanau, around 15 miles east of Frankfurt, there were many indications that the perpetrator acted with right-wing extremist, racist motives. It was ... Full story

Germany shooting: What we know about the Hanau attack News

Image caption At least nine people died in the attack. German authorities are starting to piece together exactly what happened in Hanau, when a gunman opened fire on two shisha bars. At least nine people died in the attack which federal prosecutors are treating as an act of terrorism. Turkish authorities say a number of those killed were of Turkish origin. Chancellor Angela Merkel said there are signs the shooter had racist motives. Here's what ... Full story

Democratic debate: Mike Bloomberg's record on crime in New York fact-checked

Image caption Mike Bloomberg (L) was criticised by Bernie Sanders for his record as New York City mayor. Mike Bloomberg's record as mayor of New York City and his support for the controversial stop-and-frisk policy was a huge talking point in the Democratic Party presidential candidates' debate last night. We've been fact-checking some of the claims. What is stop and frisk? Stop and frisk, similar to stop and search in the UK, is a police ... Full story

HTC debuts ‘Project Proton’ concept Vive headset – TechCrunch

Like practically everyone else in the mobile world, the cancellation of MWC on extremely short notice left HTC in the lurch. While the company has moved much of its efforts away from smartphones in general, the Taiwanese manufacturer has begun to use the show to showcase much of its VR efforts. Along with the addition of a couple of key SKUs to the Cosmos lineup, HTC is also filling the MWC-shaped hole by showing off a concept headset. Project ... Full story

Six workers found trapped in illegal underground tobacco factory in Spain

MONDA, Spain (Reuters) - Six workers trapped in squalid, airless conditions were rescued from an elaborate cannabis farm and counterfeit tobacco factory hidden beneath a mountain village in Spain after police arrested the suspected masterminds of the operation. A machine is pictured in an illegal underground tobacco factory during a police raid in Monda, near Malaga, in southern Spain, February 20, 2020. REUTERS/Jon Nazca. The secret operation, ... Full story

Brazil senator Cid Gomes shot in stand-off with police News

Image caption Cid Gomes is a senator and former governor of the state of Ceará. A Brazilian senator, Cid Gomes, has been injured after shots were fired at him during a stand-off with police. Senator Gomes, 56, was driving a digger towards a fence behind which a group of masked military police officers were protesting when he was hit by two bullets in the town of Sobral. He is in hospital in a stable condition. For months, members of the ... Full story

Swiss bank Julius Baer slammed for money laundering failures

ZURICH (Reuters) - Swiss bank Julius Baer ( BAER.S ) has been reprimanded by the country’s watchdog for ignoring money laundering risks in handling millions of francs of suspect payments linked to corruption in Venezuela and world soccer body FIFA. FILE PHOTO: People walk past a branch of Swiss bank Julius Baer in Zurich, Switzerland February 3, 2020. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann/File Photo. In a highly critical report, FINMA said there had been ... Full story