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Could gamers be the future of the music industry? This is the surprising theory put forward in a new report by Twitch.
(Reuters) - Translation tools from Alphabet Inc's Google and other companies could be contributing to significant misunderstanding of legal terms with conflicting meanings such as "enjoin," according to research due to be presented at an academic workshop on Monday.
Diners got used to delivery during the pandemic, and the habit may stick long after dining rooms reopen. But restaurants and delivery companies remain uneasy partners, haggling over fees and struggling to make the service profitable for themselves and each other.
Such ‘doge’: Chinese tech giants Tencent and ByteDance race to secure trademark for their own versions of popular emoji
Trademark tussle is the latest contest between two Internet giants that increasingly clash in the fight for the attention of Chinese mobile phone users. The images the companies are trying to trademark are slightly different, but the applications could be challenged after the examination stage is finished.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's goal to be a leader in adopting self-driving cars could backfire unless automakers and government regulators spell out the current limitations of the technology, insurance companies warn.
The EU unveils a plan on April 21 to regulate the sprawling field of artificial intelligence, aimed at making Europe a leader in the new tech revolution while reassuring the public against “Big Brother”-like abuses.
China continues to criticise Tesla following allegations of brake failure, threatening the company's dominant position in the market.
LONDON (Reuters) - Europe and China dominate the world market for electric cars, but there are still very few electrified vehicles on the roads in large markets like Russia, South America and Africa, according to a study conducted by the Munich Mobility Show.
Britain’s domestic intelligence service, MI5, is set to open an official Instagram account on April 22, in the latest step by the country’s spy agencies to come out of the shadows.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Macau's plans to use China's future digital currency will help Beijing curb money laundering in the world's top gambling hub but could deal a fatal blow to casino junket operators.