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WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. auto industry and United Auto Workers union on Friday urged Congress to tie billions of dollars in government funding to boost semiconductor production to help fill the needs of automakers forced to slash production because of chip shortages.
‘Spring is here … are you like this puppy desperate to go play,’ says social media post announcing US visa applications for Chinese students had resumed. Weibo chatter included claims of racism, insensitivity and derogatory regard for Chinese by US embassy staff.
Facebook’s top executives set up an independent oversight board to avoid having to make tough decisions about explosive content – but the panel’s first major ruling on Donald Trump sent the ball right back into Mark Zuckerberg’s court.
Thailand’s digital payments more than doubled in February from a year earlier, the central bank said on May 6, as the coronavirus pandemic pushes up demand for online services.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A boom in technology jobs across all sectors in Singapore and a shortage of tech workers means the country will have to rely on foreigners to fill the gap, Ravi Menon, the managing director of the Monetary Authority of Singapore said on Tuesday.
From afar one could be fooled: soaring and swooping with its 1.3-meter (4.3-foot) wingspan, the mechanical bird flies autonomously for an hour at a time, and boasts impressive, if somewhat stiff plumage.
Owing to teaching disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic, medical students at Musgrove Park Hospital in the main town of Taunton are tapping in to virtual reality technology to help them in their studies.
Born in the small Bucharest apartment of a once aspiring writer, software firm UiPath has grown into a US$40bil (RM163.78bil) tech star after becoming Romania’s first Wall Street-listed company.
(Reuters) -Twitter Inc shares sank 11% in post-market trading on Thursday as it offered tepid revenue guidance for the second quarter, warned of rising costs and expenses and said user growth could slow as the boost seen during the coronavirus pandemic fizzles.
NEW YORK (Reuters) -IBM said on Thursday it has agreed to acquire Turbonomic, a provider of software that helps companies monitor the performance of their business applications, the latest in a series of cloud computing acquisitions by the tech giant.