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When the coronavirus pandemic forced Italian tyremaker Pirelli to temporarily shut its factories in March, R&D chief Pierangelo Misani needed a rapid rethink.
Most of the latest models of electric bikes include one or several technological innovations to deter thieves. With bike thefts on the rise – in New York (up 27%) and many other cities – connected locks, audible alarms or built-in GPS are among the several systems on offer to help you protect your two-wheeler.
As the world grows more and more digital, and as remote working and remote learning increasingly become the way of life, Huawei’s IdeaHub is the device to help businesses, governments, and individuals alike settle into the next normal.
The US Department of Justice and 11 states filed their long-awaited competition lawsuit against Google on Tuesday – the most momentous antitrust showdown since Washington took on Microsoft Corp more than two decades ago – but experts warn that anyone expecting a major shake-up of the tech industry is likely to be disappointed.
The Japanese are never short of ideas when it comes to innovation. After unveiling a first prototype this spring, the University of Tokyo is now presenting a new version of its “poimo” concept (“POrtable and Inflatable MObility”), an inflatable electric scooter.
Alibaba’s move to take control of hypermarket operator Sun Art is expected to push forward its ‘new retail’ strategy in China. The stakes are high for Alibaba amid predictions that China will soon edge out the United States as the world’s largest retail market.
Big Tech is bracing for a tumultuous week marked by quarterly results likely to show resilience despite the pandemic, and fresh attacks from lawmakers ahead of the Nov 3 election.
A victory by Joe Biden in the Nov 3 election in the United States could usher in an abrupt change in the nation’s telecommunications policy, restoring so-called net neutrality regulation and shifting the Republican drive to rein in social media outlets, among other things.
Whether you're talking about texts, tables or presentations, Microsoft dominates the market with its Office suite and the programs Word, Excel and PowerPoint. But there are plenty of good alternatives out there, and often, unlike Microsoft's offering, they're free.
Smart homes can be safer homes with the help of systems that offer modern solutions to prevent break-ins beyond a locked door.