by Juliana Kenny Vladimir Putin's regime is taking notes from the Chinese on internet censorship and web policing technology as Beijing's cyber czars met in Moscow this week.
The Syrian city has been under heavy government bombardment.
Shia demonstrators issued demands for political reform.
France has seen two months of unrest over proposed labor law reforms.
Rally against job cuts imposed under new economic changes.
by Michael Lerner The country's plan to build a "Giant Sea Wall" and 17 artificial islands is being revised.
The Alternative for Germany party laid the foundation for bid to win parliamentary seats next year.
Moderates and reformists have working majority in parliament for the first time in more than a decade.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called on North Korea to refrain from provocative actions.
by Michael Lerner Iris scanning is more secure and convenient than other ways of confirming identities.
Rovi CEO: "We had been looking at doing this for quite a while. We play in similar businesses."
AB InBev plans to sell the eastern European assets of SABMiller as it seeks regulatory approval for merger.
by Michael Lerner Singapore is well on its way to becoming Asia's financial and digital capital.
by Juliana Kenny Obama has furthered his agenda to jumpstart the development of smart gun tech.
by Juliana Kenny As connected devices proliferate, users and businesses look to secure their networks.
by Juliana Kenny These monolithic industries are looking for ways to cut costs.
by Juliana Kenny The government will require mobile phones to have GPS and panic buttons.
A 70-year-old Puerto Rican man died from complications of the Zika virus in February.
by Michael Lerner Elon Musk aims to send astronauts to Mars in the mid 2020s, and eventually colonize it.
by Michael Lerner San Francisco leads in local green initiatives and international influence.
by Juliana Kenny The F.T.C. has unveiled a web-based tool for mobile health app developers.
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