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WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee approved on a voice vote the nomination of Google critic Jonathan Kanter, the third of three progressives named to top U.S. antitrust posts, to head the Justice Department's Antitrust Division.
Papua New Guinea’s finance department has been hit with a ransomware attack, locking access to hundreds of millions of dollars in foreign aid money, according to people familiar with the situation.
South Korean teenager Yoon Ki-chan gets just three hours of sleep a day but spends more than three times that playing online games – with the blessing of his parents and teachers – as he dreams of becoming a top pro League Of Legends player.
(Reuters) - Intel Corp and Alphabet Inc's Google Cloud on Wednesday said they have worked together to create a new category of chip that Intel hopes will become a major seller in the booming cloud computing market.
(Reuters) - Intel Corp on Wednesday introduced a new, faster family of processor chips for personal computers and said that the supercomputer it is helping the U.S. government to build will reach double previously expected speeds.
(Reuters) -Battery recycling company Redwood Materials said on Wednesday it has forged an alliance with Korean battery materials maker L&F Co that could help transform the Nevada startup into a major battery component manufacturer over the next decade.
(Reuters) - Apple Inc said on Wednesday that 175 of its suppliers have now committed to use clean energy for the work they do for the iPhone maker, helping to bring more than 9 gigawatts of clean energy onto power grids.
China will strengthen its efforts to build a “civilised” Internet with an eye on reshaping online behaviour and use it as a platform to disseminate new party theories and promote socialist values, the country’s cyberspace regulator said.
Microsoft's revenue exceeded market expectations as demand for cloud computing and PCs powered by its software picked up during the pandemic.
VANCOUVER (Reuters) -The family feud for control of Canadian telecom company Rogers Communications Inc ratcheted up on Tuesday as Edward Rogers filed a court petition to validate his reconstituted board, a move swiftly challenged by his mother and sisters.