Security

The price of health care privacy violations

The health care leaders of tomorrow are willing to violate privacy laws—for a price, according to new research from the University at Buffalo School of Management.

Energy & Green Tech

Wind turbine sounds do not harm health: study

The low-frequency, inaudible sounds made by wind power stations are not damaging to human health despite widespread fears that they cause unpleasant symptoms, research published in Finland on Monday said.

Software

'Hey Siri,' shortcut put to use against police abuse

The widespread protests against police brutality have created a buzz around a software shortcut letting people cue iPhones to start video recording during a traffic stop in case of misconduct by officers.

Business

Warner Music surges in Nasdaq debut after IPO raises $1.9 bln

Warner Music Group, one of the globe's "big three" recording companies, jumped in its market debut Wednesday after raising more than $1.9 billion in an initial public offering that underscores how streaming has reinvigorated ...

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