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Tech News 1d ago

Amazon is lifeline for retail workers. If they live in right city

Elijah Hahe spent years toiling in retail-supermarket cart boy, gas station attendant-with little to show for it but low pay, inconsistent hours and skimpy benefits.

Tech News 13h ago

Chipmaker GlobalFoundries asks EU to investigate bigger rival TSMC

US electronic chipmaker GlobalFoundries has asked European antitrust regulators to investigate market leader TSMC, accusing the Taiwanese firm of unfair competition, an industry source said on Sept 18.

TSMC is the world's top foundry and is also the third biggest chipmaker by sales behind Samsung Electronics and Intel. — Reuters
Tech News 1d ago

Apple likes the patent ‘death squad’; Allergan pays to avoid it

Allergan Plc’s decision to pay a Native American tribe US$15mil (RM62.81mil) a year rather than let one of its blockbuster drugs be scrutinised by the US Patent & Trademark Office is part of a backlash against an agency review panel that has been dubbed a “death squad.”

Silicon Valley companies like Google or Apple Inc are among the biggest users of the review board to fend off what they consider nuisance lawsuits from companies looking for a quick payday. — Bloomberg
Tech News 1d ago

Dockless bike-share hits US capital, following craze in China

Dockless bike-sharing, a trend which has taken China by storm, arrived in the US capital on Sept 20 with the launch of new services aimed at promoting two-wheeled travel without the hassle of a docking station.

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