Ash from volcano poses health concern after massive Tonga eruption
News/World: Australia and New Zealand sent surveillance flights on Monday to assess damage in Tonga, which is isolated from the rest of the world after the eruption of a volcano that triggered a tsunami and blanketed the Pacific island with ash.
North Korean hackers said to have stolen nearly $400 million in cryptocurrency last year
North Korean hackers stole nearly $400 million worth of cryptocurrency in 2021, making it one of the most lucrative years to date for cybercriminals in the severely isolated country, according to a new report.
Facebook, Google CEOs were aware of formal advertising market deal, according to court filing
Chief executives of Alphabet Inc's Google and Facebook were aware of a deal to carve up part of the online advertising market, according to an amended complaint filed by Texas and other states that have filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google.
Facebook faces $3.2 billion UK class action over market dominance
Social media giant Facebook, now known as Meta Platforms, faces a 2.3 billion pound plus ($3.2 billion plus) class action in Britain over allegations it abused its market dominance by exploiting the personal data of 44 million users.
Ottawa must work with Indigenous communities to mitigate climate disasters, experts say
News/Politics: First Nations and Indigenous communities in Canada need more support from the federal government to cope with future disasters related to climate change, according to a new report on Canada's disaster resilience.
Taiwan's TSMC reports record quarterly profit, will boost chip spending in 2022
Taiwanese chip firm TSMC expects strong growth to accelerate in coming years due to booming semiconductor demand, as the tech giant on Thursday reported a record quarterly profit and said it plans to spend at least a third more than last year.