Data Breach at Controversial Face Recognition Firm Shows Company Can't Be Trusted, Officials Say
“If your password gets breached, you can change your password. But you can’t change biometric information."
Walmart Might Dump its Majority Stake in Asda
But it hasn't made any decisions yet.
Heathrow's Third Runway Plan Declared an Illegal Breach of Climate Obligations
Boris might be forced to get out his old magical transport island plan again.
Microsoft Expects to Lose Money Due to Coronavirus
It doesn't expect to meet its revenue guidance in the third quarter of its financial year.
Pope Francis Wants You to Give Up the Internet for Lent
The internet is full of bad words, and that can stop you from thinking about God properly. Apparently.
National Express Promises a Full Zero Emission Bus Fleet by 2030
They're going where the air is free (from NOx).
Rumble's First Trailer Introduces a World of Professional Kaiju Wrestling
Let's get ready to rumble.
The EU Might Force Phone Makers to Include Removable Batteries
Apparently we may hear more mid next month.
Vaguely Forgotten Door and Passage Discovered During Parliament Renovations
You know your house is too big when you find entire passageways that haven't been seen for 70 years.
The Invisible Man Reminds Us of Real-World Horrors But Fails to Live Up to a Long Legacy
It's relevant and scary.
Someone Set Up a Weird, Fake Corporate Website to Trick Twitch Into Banning Left-Wing Streamers
The DMCA remains as riddled with opportunities for abuse as ever, and it doesn’t take a genius to figure out how to do it.
Pine Martens Side with Red Squirrels in Battle for UK Treetops
Unknowingly, but still.