Israel’s ‘Tanks Of The Future’ Prototype Features Artificial Intelligence

Israel's ministry of defence wants to procure an armoured vehicle that can be operated by two soldiers instead of four with the hatch closed, something officials involved in the project say would be a...

New Cars Vulnerable To Hacks That Could Leave Thousands Dead: Report

The group of car industry technologists and experts speculated that a fleet-wide hack at rush hour could leave about 3,000 people dead. Agence France-Presse A consumer advocacy group has warned that automakers are rolling out...

Facebook Says It Took Down Shady Influence Campaign Tied To Saudi Arabia

Facebook said it had suspended more than 350 accounts and pages with about 1.4 million followers, the latest takedown in an ongoing effort to combat "coordinated inauthentic behaviour" on its platform, and the first...

Asiana Airlines to reduce flights to Japan amid trade row

The  Korea Times - South Korean airlines have suspended services or plan to reduce the number of flights on some Japanese routes as outbound travel demand falls amid escalating trade tensions with the neighboring...

Work on production line of Boeing 737 Max ‘not adequately funded’

A former Boeing engineer has told the BBC that work on the production line of the 737 Max plane was not adequately funded. The aircraft is currently grounded after two crashes which killed 346 people. The...

U.S. objections to French tech tax overshadow G-7 finance meet

The Associated Press CHANTILLY, France (AP) — The Trump administration is objecting to France’s plan to tax Facebook, Google and other U.S. tech giants, a rift that’s overshadowing talks between seven longtime allies this...

‘One giant leap’: US marks Apollo mission 50 years on

AFP -Fifty years after a mighty rocket set off from Florida carrying the first humans to the Moon, a veteran of the Apollo 11 crew returned to its fabled launch pad Tuesday to commemorate...

India suspends moon mission launch shortly before takeoff

DW - A "technical snag" led mission control to abort the launch at the southern spaceport of Sriharikota. India wants to become the fourth country to successfully complete a controlled landing on the moon. India's...

Huawei planning major job cuts in US: WSJ

Chinese telecoms giant Huawei, which is subject to US sanctions over concerns about its ties to the government in Beijing, is planning to make major job cuts at its US operations, The Wall Street...

Airlines Cancel Thousands Of Flights As Boeing Works On 737 Max Problems

American, United and Southwest - the three U.S. airlines that operate Boeing's 737 MAX jet - have extended flight cancellations into the fall. Aaron Gregg, Douglas MacMillan, The Washington Post  Airlines are planning for the...

Boeing 737 Program Head To Retire Amid Jet’s Grounding Crisis: Company

Eric Lindblad, who has led the MAX program since August 2018, will step down and work with his successors on a transition, Commercial Airplanes President Kevin McAllister said in a staff memo. Agence France-Presse Boeing...

The proud history of the Lebanese Rocket Society

This is not a tale, but Lebanon's great historical achievement. by Elissa Hassan -Source: Annahar BEIRUT: Let's go back in time, to one of the most notable achievements in Lebanese history marked by The Lebanese Rocket...

France passes law taxing internet giants

DW -The French Senate endorsed the so-called GAFA act which would target Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon, and other major tech companies with a 3% percent tax. It's the first time a major nation has...

Arianespace’s Vega rocket fails for the first time

A rocket carrying an observation satellite into space developed an "anomaly" and failed minutes after takeoff from South America. European launch company Arianespace apologized for losing the payload. A launch from Kourou spaceport in French...

Opinion: Huawei’s 5G plan for Germany is a bad deal

China does everything it can to block access to information, particularly from the foreign press. So letting a Chinese firm build Germany's 5G network is naive, to say the least, says DW Director General...

Cyber Attacks Cost $45 Billion In 2018 As Ransomware Hits Hard

The report suggested cyber criminals are getting more sophisticated in targeting their victims, but also noted many attacks could have been prevented with improved computer security. Agence France-Presse Security researchers found as many as 6,515...

Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum begins historic restoration of Rembrandt’s ‘The Night Watch’

REUTERS Technicians and researchers check equipment set up inside a glass chamber as they begin to study Rembrandt's 'Night Watch' masterpiece, at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, Monday July 8, 2019. (AP Photo) Rembrandt's 17th century masterpiece...

Chaebol struggle to find solution to Japan’s exports curb

The Korea  Times  -By Baek Byung-yeul Chiefs of Samsung, SK, LG and other Korean conglomerates are struggling to resolve the dispute over Tokyo's curb on exporting high-tech materials to Seoul, industry officials said Sunday. Lee Jae-yong,...

Google Maps Reportedly Down, Netizens Complain of Errors

Google mapping service has reportedly stopped responding around the world. Netizens complained Friday night about the inaccessibility of the popular online service. The US-based tech giant has not issued an official statement. Some netizens, however,...

Samsung Electronics flags 56% fall in Q2 operating profit

Samsung Electronics said Friday it expects operating profit to tumble 56 percent for the second quarter of this year in the face of a weakening chip market. Operating profit for the April to June period...