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Google delivered a vote of confidence in London's future as a technological hub after the Brexit vote by announcing plans for a new building in the King's Cross area.
Facebook said it would expand its presence in Britain by 50% in 2017, joining other US technology firms in increasing investment despite the uncertainty sparked by the country's vote to leave the European Union.
Chinese local authorities from traffic police to industry regulators were hobbled on May 15 by a massive global ransomware attack, but the spread of the WannaCry worm in the country appeared less aggressive than initially feared.
The press has been in a lather of late over reports that the US Department of Homeland Security had discovered evidence that cellphone tracking tools were being used by “unauthorised” parties in and around Washington.
Internet titans Google and Amazon came under an investor cloud after posting disappointing sales updates, with the search leader also on the defensive for reportedly hushing up sexual misconduct.
Fuzhou-based company acquired British firm Promethean for US$130mil (RM531mil) in 2015 and US company Edmodo for US$137.5mil (RM562mil) million last year.
The website of the US-based Cambridge International University getting “hacked” just a day after the university coming under scrutiny has raised eyebrows.
Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo believes that Malaysia will not be left behind in the 5G race – even if parts of the country has yet enjoy 4G, 3G or even 2G coverage.
Native American tribes across the US are pushing the federal government to give them priority in issuing licenses that could expand Internet coverage in their communities.
Apple Inc this week restored a software application to its App Store that let parents control their children's iPhone usage after removing it in February, the company said on July 11.