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Time will be the next frontier in India’s digital battlefield; dollars will follow the hours consumers spend online.
Google’s campus security system subjected Black and Latinx workers to bias and prompted complaints to management, according to people familiar with the situation, leading the company to scrap a key part of the approach.
The road to fully self-driving vehicles remains riddled with obstacles, with years of refinements likely needed, despite Tesla founder Elon Musk’s claim to be able to produce one this year.
Job openings for fresh graduates who specialise in 5G, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, cloud computing, integrated circuits and big data rose during China’s spring hiring season. The livestreaming boom has driven up demand for graduates in fields such as film production, journalism and broadcast communications.
PCs, somewhat left behind in the mobile Internet age, are making a comeback as people stuck at home due to the coronavirus rely on them for work, education and entertainment, industry watchers say.
Victims suffer online abuse, threats and obscenities as netizens attack political rivals. Cyberbullying cases rise as Hongkongers spend more time online during pandemic.
China's Internet watchdog said it was kicking off a two-month campaign to clean up websites aimed at users under the age of 18, saying it wanted to promote a healthy online environment.
Google said it plans to spend US$10bil (RM42.66bil) over the next five to seven years to help accelerate the adoption of digital technologies in India.
Facebook, US states join Harvard, MIT’s fight against Trump administration directive to deport online-only foreign students
Tech firms argue the directive violates a federal law meant to protect businesses from arbitrary decisions that could adversely affect operations. Government argues that earlier guidance warned that international students’ ability to remain in US for online courses was subject to change.
Online education and video gaming providers are among the biggest beneficiaries of stay-at-home measures. The expansion of online services is allowing more jobseekers with the relevant skills to find new opportunities, as more offline operations go digital.