Uber has been testing its self-driving cars in Pittsburgh.
Dutch police, Europol and a coalition of cyber security firms launched a new website Monday to fight a surge in "ransomware".
China has built the world's fastest supercomputer using locally made microchips without using US technology.
China has the youngest premium car buyers in the world, and their tech-savvy demand for connected cars is driving international automakers.
Global app usage soared in 2015 as a growing base of smartphone users found new ways to use their devices.
Microsoft said it bought an Israel-based cybersecurity startup specializing in defending programs and content in the cloud, as it expands offerings for the enterprise.
US chip colossus Intel said that it will put $50 million and engineering resources into an alliance on quantum computing that could radically advance complex problem-solving.
An artificial intelligence based on the biological principle of neural connections found in living organisms has been developed by scientists in Kazakhstan.
Having worked at Barclays for half a year, a programmer from Kazakhstan Askhat Murzabayev earned a little over $2 million and donated the money to the International Cancer Research Center.
Students in Kazakhstan are developing an education system based on virtual reality.
Halo franchise has made free Halo Online FPS available to Kazakhstan and other former Soviet countries.
Google's mapping service rolled out a gamefied version inspired by the classic Pac-Man, turning the real streets of a city into a labyrinth to gobble up pellets and ghosts.
Google and Taiwan's Asus are launching a "computer on a stick" which can plug into a display to turn it into a PC.
Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich said that computing is being "unleashed" by the move to wearables.
Desktop computers capable of competing with Apple's iMac will be produced in Kazakhstan.
Microsoft released a test version of Skype that lets people make Internet calls from web browsers, eliminating the need to install special applications.
An early Apple device sold by Steve Jobs from his parents' garage goes under the hammer in New York next month valued at $400,000-600,000.
Google announced a partnership with artificial intelligence teams at Oxford University to teach machines to think like people.
Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella triggered uproar after suggesting working women should trust "karma" when it comes to securing pay raises.
HP is poised to become the latest technology firm to split into two entities by separating its computer and printer businesses from its corporate hardware.
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