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Russia blames software failure after space station briefly thrown out of control

A software glitch, and possible lapse in human attention, were to blame for throwing the International Space Station out of control, but work was proceeding to activate a newly attached module at the centre of the mishap, Russian space officials...

18-year-old student to fly with Jeff Bezos in inaugural space tourism flight

An 18-year-old physics student whose father heads an investment management...

Microsoft says Israeli group sold tool to hack Windows

An Israeli group sold a tool to hack into Microsoft...

TikTok hits 3b download milestone only after Facebook

Video-sharing platform TikTok, and its Chinese sister app Douyin, has...

Microsoft to offer cloud-based version of Windows operating system

Microsoft Corp on Wednesday said it will offer its Windows...

Russian-linked ransomware gang websites disappear from internet

Websites for a Russian-linked ransomware gang blamed for attacks on...

WhatsApp puts its new privacy policy on hold in India

After nearly a six-month stand-off with the Indian government over...

Reporting of Huawei’s two test satellites launch for 6G research is fake news: Huawei

Chinese technology giant Huawei on Tuesday refutes reports that it...