Mobile devices like smart phones and tablets are seemingly ever-present in modern society, with many people relying on them in their daily lives. However those helpful gadgets in the palms of our hands are also increasingly becoming the targets of cybercrime, Europol has warned.
WkiLeaks revelations showed that the Clinton team's member though she had hard time memorizing short statements which made her look "programmed".
In his book, Rise of the Robots, Martin Ford argues that artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics will soon overhaul Britain's economy. New research conducted by Oxford University and consultancy firm Deloitte seems to support Ford's theories.
Life in Syria's Aleppo can only return back to normal if terrorist groups controlling the eastern part of the city leave, Agnes Mariam Salib, the mother superior at the Saint James the Mutilated Monastery in Qara, Syria, said on Wednesday.
The draft resolution on ending US economic, commercial and financial embargo against Cuba received 191 votes in the UN General Assembly.
Moscow has managed to ease the problem of the water supply to Crimea, as Ukraine cut the supply after the peninsula's reunification with Russia, President Putin said.
Trump’s campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will win presidential elections in Florida.
A total of 145 were released by armed groups in South Sudan, according to the statement of the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF).
President Rodrigo Duterte has called for all US troops to leave the Philippines within "the next two years."
The residents of Moadamiyeh, the southeastern suburb of Syria's Damascus, are starting to return back to the city after the militants completed their withdrawal under the reconciliation deal with the authorities last week.
Australia will find it hard to resist opposition from Chinese investors, who see the country as an important strategic base in the Asia-Pacific region.
DeRay McKesson, a leader of the Black Lives Matter civil-rights group called for voting for Hillary Clinton at the presidential elections in the United States.
The commander of the US-led coalition fighting Daesh said the jihadists "make extensive use of drones" for surveillance and attacks.
Members of the European Parliament have approved plans to create an "advanced European defense policy" with plans for an "EU operational headquarters" to plan, command and manage operations in what is seen by critics as an attempt to undermine NATO, which is currently hosting a meeting of defense ministers.
Pentagon spent $58.3 billion since 1997 for development weapon systems programs, which have been later canceled, according to report.
An armed Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) mission in Donbass has not been discussed at Wednesday's Trilateral Contact Group session, OSCE envoy to the group Martin Sajdik said.
The latest Podesta email dump reveals more details gleamed from emails hacked from the personal account of John Podesta, chair of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
Members of the political advocacy group MoveOn.org and the Culinary Workers Union called for a public boycott of Trump International Hotel and other properties associated with Trump and his company, the Trump Organization.
It’s no secret that the Russian capital is a beautiful city. Now, it is proven once more as Moscow joins the top ten of the world’s best travel destinations, according to "The Best of Travel - 2017" guidebook by Lonely Planet publisher, which will be released in November.
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