Billionaire Masayoshi Son will start
selling his humanoid robots named “Pepper” at Sprint Corp.
stores in the U.S. by next summer, part of SoftBank Corp.’s push
to take the technology beyond factory floors.
A video showing the beheading of a
second American journalist by Islamic State brought fresh calls
for an international alliance to combat the extremist group as
well as renewed condemnation of its barbarism.
Apple Inc., which is poised to
unveil new iPhones next week, and the FBI are probing reports
hackers used the company’s iCloud service to illegally access
nude photos of actress Jennifer Lawrence and other celebrities.
U.S. stocks fell, after the Standard
& Poor’s 500 Index had its best month since February, as energy
producers sank with the price of crude to offset data showing
U.S. manufacturing expanded at the fastest pace ...
Owners of cloud services specifically refuse to take responsibility for data theft. So if you're a celebrity whose nude pictures are splashed all over the internet by hackers, all you can do is smile and wave.