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Microsoft is going to stop supporting Windows 7 from Tuesday so that it can focus on "newer technologies"
It is highest figure of elephant deaths to be reported since Sri Lanka became independent in 1948, conservationists said. Most were killed
Like it or not, it is indeed a reality that a person’s citizenship can have a big impact on the quality of their life and ease of access to certain rights
An aquarium and an engineering firm in Massachusetts are working on a project to better protect whales
Unlike the earth’s climate, the climate for business deals remained stubbornly unchanged in 2019 — or did it?
The New Year’s Eve firework display at Sydney Harbour will go ahead as planned, despite a total fire ban and calls for it to be canceled due
Britain’s Big Ben bell in parliament’s landmark clock tower will ring at midnight on New Year’s Eve, marking the start of a year for the first time since
Nancy McKinstry, CEO of Wolters Kluwer, has successfully shifted her company’s business to digital products over 15 years
GlaxoSmithKline is ramping up its use of artificial intelligence and recruiting 80 AI specialists by the end of 2020 as it turns to cutting-edge computing
In October Anna Waterhouse said Dubai regulators had failed to investigate "suspicious circumstances" at Kaloti, the emirate's biggest gold