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Google’s US$2.1bil bid for fitness tracker maker Fitbit will face a full-scale EU antitrust investigation next week, people familiar with the matter said on Thursday.
Russian intelligence services are using a trio of English-language websites to spread disinformation about the coronavirus pandemic, seeking to exploit a crisis that America is struggling to contain ahead of the presidential election in November, US officials said on July 29.
Overstretched health services and social-distancing measures to combat coronavirus are giving a boost to telemedicine across Asia, a phenomenon likely to continue even after the pandemic has been controlled.
Russian state intelligence is hacking international research centres that are racing to develop a Covid-19 vaccine, the UK, US and Canadian governments said.
A US$20bil (RM85.41bil) fund raising spree may take India's Reliance closer to its dream of becoming a digital giant.
As technology continues to advance and software continues to get smarter, scientists across the world are developing robots in humanoid and other forms to do everything from assisting healthcare workers to stepping in for students so that they can safely participate in their university graduations.
EU antitrust enforcers are asking interested parties whether Google's pledge not to use fitness tracker maker Fitbit's health data for its advertising, and to separate the dataset from its own, might ease concerns over their tie up.
When an elderly person living alone falls in the bathroom, climbing back up and getting help is often out of the question. Emergency call systems can help.
China’s widely held advantage in AI is the huge amount of data generated by its more than 900 million Internet users, the world’s biggest online population. The country’s top lawmaking body has started reviewing a draft data security legislation that aims to protect individual privacy, while also promoting the relevant use of data.
India should set up a data regulator and require companies to disclose how they collect and store data devoid of personal details or which has been anonymised, a panel tasked to draw up such regulations has said in a draft report seen by Reuters.