Technology and Electronics

Google will keep a Saudi app for tracking women on its mobile app store, despite calls from lawmakers that say it violates women's rights and should be removed. Absher has a feature for tracking women and approving their travel, as well as paying traffic fines and completing other tasks electronically.
Engineers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have built a four-legged robot “cheetah” that can perform a 360-degree backflip from a standing position. The team released some truly impressive test footage of the robot backflipping, jumping, running and standing up again when kicked over.
The internet, for all its swindles and snares, is a gateway to basic education, communication, literacy, and health services, but also to financial independence, mobility and commercial success.
But trusts have been asked to keep some in case the WiFi goes down.
Cambridgeshire police sent a blue light response to the silent calls.
A "research" app, which has been running since 2016, was deleted hours after an exposé.
Personal details of around 2.7 million UK customers were targeted by attackers.
Nothing sets the mood quite like chatting with an AI sex robot.