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China’s factories are turning to automation to upgrade production lines, and at the same time prepare for fewer, higher-skilled workers. Chinese manufacturing companies like Midea have already embraced automation to sharply reduce the number of humans needed.
The UK’s bulk interception of its own citizens’ communications in the wake of revelations by whistleblower Edward Snowden violated their privacy laws, Europe’s human-rights tribunal ruled.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - JD.com-backed fashion e-commerce startup Pomelo plans to boost revenue by offering its own technology in analytics and demand forecasting to other fashion brands in the region, its chief executive said on Tuesday, amid slowing offline sales.
Recent cyber attacks have called attention to how vulnerable companies and governments are at the hands of hackers, though experts say the public is still complacent.
From paralysing the Internet in Estonia to a US$4.4mil (RM18.22mil) ransom being paid last week after the shutdown of a major US pipeline, we take a look back at 15 years of cyberattacks.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - U.S. officials rushed to defend Amazon's business practices in India after Reuters reported in February that the company had favored certain sellers on its website and bypassed local law that requires foreign e-commerce companies to treat all vendors equally, documents obtained by the news agency show.
Twitter users can once again apply to be verified after a years-long freeze on public submissions for the site's blue check marks, though the company said only "notable" users would be awarded the badge.
(Reuters) - Twitter Inc's image-cropping algorithm has a problematic bias toward excluding Black people and men, the company said in new research on Wednesday, adding that "how to crop an image is a decision best made by people."
(Reuters) -Take-Two Interactive Software Inc reported a quarterly profit and sales on Tuesday that beat analysts' estimates, as stay-at-home gamers during the pandemic boosted demand for the video game maker's popular franchises such as "Grand Theft Auto" and "NBA 2K".
LONDON (Reuters) - Bitcoin's smaller rivals are eroding its share of the $2 trillion digital currency market. Of the dozens snapping at its heels, most have little use beyond financial trading - but few of the investors fuelling their rise seem bothered.