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A long-running Silicon Valley soap opera took an unexpected twist on Jan 20 after outgoing President Donald Trump pardoned a former Google engineer for stealing self-driving car secrets shortly before joining Uber.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google has asked a U.S. judge in Texas to transfer an antitrust lawsuit filed by 10 states in December to a court in California, a state that has more relevant witnesses and documents needed by the company, it said.
MCO: DOSM to restructure face-to-face Census 2020 interviews, public urged to complete census online
Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob urged those who have yet to complete the census to do so online via www.mycensus.gov.my.
A popular South Korean artificial intelligence-driven chatbot with the persona of a 20-year-old female student was taken down this week after it was accused of bigotry towards sexual minorities, the #MeToo movement and the disabled.
(Reuters) - Connecticut is investigating Amazon.com Inc for potential anti-competitive behavior in its business selling digital books, the state's attorney general said on Wednesday.
BENGALURU (Reuters) - Amazon.com on Wednesday launched a lower-priced mobile-only subscription plan for its video streaming service in India, undercutting a similar plan by Netflix Inc to woo price-sensitive subscribers.
(Reuters) - Qualcomm Inc on Wednesday said it will acquire Nuvia Inc, a chip startup founded by Apple Inc veterans, for $1.4 billion, with plans to put the firm's technology into its smartphone, laptop and automotive processors.
Hackers posted confidential documents regarding Covid-19 medicines and vaccines on the Internet after a data breach late last year at the European Medicines Agency.
A German-led police operation has taken down the “world’s largest” darknet marketplace, whose Australian alleged operator used it to facilitate the sale of drugs, stolen credit card data and malware, prosecutors said on Jan 12.
When staff at Hebo Technology in Hangzhou, China, were given a ‘smart’ cushion the company had developed, they took it as a goodwill gesture. The cushion monitors vital signs and tells them when to stretch, but also tells human resources if they are away from their desks. Internet users voiced outrage.