PlayStation launches new subscription service at double original price – can it win over gaming fans?

Sony PlayStation has launched its answer to Microsoft Xbox’s Game Pass gaming subscription service.  The Game Pass Ultimate has offered gamers a huge back-catalogue for the last five years, in … Read More

Twitter censors content, withholds accounts critical of Modi govt | The Express Tribune

Twitter has removed tweets and withheld the handles of journalists, non-profit organisations, politicians and others critical of Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government, it emerged on Monday. The government of India … Read More

Australian retail giants named in facial recognition complaint | The Express Tribune

SYDNEY: Three of Australia’s biggest retail chains have been referred to the privacy regulator for recommended enforcement action by a major consumer group which has said they use “unreasonably intrusive” … Read More

Google hit with antitrust complaint by Danish job search rival | The Express Tribune

BRUSSELS: Google was hit with an antitrust complaint on Monday after a Danish online job-search rival took its grievance to EU regulators, alleging the Alphabet unit had unfairly favoured its … Read More

‘Taking innocence from children’: Two-thirds of youngsters exposed to harmful online content – but only 16% report it

The UK’s communications regulator is calling on young people to help protect each other by reporting harmful content online. Ofcom says two-thirds of youngsters aged between 13 and 17 see … Read More

NASA’s Curiosity Takes Inventory of Key Life Ingredient on Mars – NASA Mars Exploration

Newly published research quantifies the presence of organic carbon in Martian rocks. Scientists using data from NASA’s Curiosity rover measured the total organic carbon – a key component in the … Read More

Space tourism from companies like SpaceX, Virgin Atlantic and Blue Origin could undo work to repair ozone layer, study finds

The space tourism of Richard Branson, Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos could undo the progress made to heal the ozone layer, scientists have said. New research has probed the impact … Read More

U.S. tech industry frets about handing abortion data to states | The Express Tribune

PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA: The technology industry is bracing for the uncomfortable possibility of having to hand over pregnancy-related data to law enforcement, in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s … Read More