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If Amazon.com Inc’s botched expansion in New York City offers a cautionary tale, Google is showing there’s another way.
Lower power consumption and more connected devices: There's lots to look forward to in the latest generation of Bluetooth.
A battle playing out in a tiny Oregon town with no stoplights or cellphone service is pitting residents against one of the world's biggest tech companies.
The last two years have witnessed a wave of walkouts, petitions and other workplace actions at video game and tech companies.
South-East Asian ride-hailing firm Grab is setting up more kitchen facilities for merchants and adding new services such as procurement and analytics in a bid to push deeper into the fast-growing food delivery business.
As Indonesia celebrated its National Heroes' Day last year, official military social media accounts lavished praise on Corporal Yunanto Nugroho for the "myriad awards he has won in the field of IT".
Self-driving cars employ lidar, a remote sensing technology using pulsed laser light the way radar uses radio waves, and lidar makers waiting for the automotive market to take off are courting new customers who would use the technology for everything from monitoring cattle to helping a disc jockey synchronise dance music.
As Australia struggles to deal with the aftermath of hundreds of bushfires, dozens of which are still burning, authorities have also warned of looters in towns where people have evacuated and scammers raising fake funds for relief.
An Alphabet company's vision for a "smart city" project in Toronto includes buildings made of timber that are five times the current limit, potentially steering the company into the challenges of timber innovation in Canada.
In the days after the US government said it would bar Huawei Technologies Co from buying vital American components, the Chinese company’s founder, Ren Zhengfei, pulled together an emergency meeting of his top lieutenants at headquarters in Shenzhen.