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(Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google has reached licensing deals with over 600 news outlets around the world and is seeing a "huge increase" in users requesting more content from specific publications as part of a new program, it said on Wednesday.
Netflix says it has a plan to hit net zero greenhouse gas emissions by the end of 2022, with a big part of the streaming giant’s efforts aimed at operating more eco-friendly film and TV productions.
BEIJING (Global Times): Foreign enterprises are welcomed to visit local Xinjiang cotton producing areas and textile companies, talk to cotton growers to make a wise choice, the local Xinjiang government said on Monday, while denouncing Western countries putting "genocide" label on Xinjiang as the "biggest case of a frame-up in human history."
MANILA (Bloomberg): Philippine central bank Deputy Governor Mamerto Tangonan has long wanted to make electronic money so ubiquitous that one could pay at a street stall via mobile phone. Now he’s leading the bank’s digital drive.
The practice of working from home triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic looks set to continue beyond the health crisis with the government proposing to amend the law to support it. What do employers and workers think?THE movement control order to stop the spread of Covid-19 has triggered an important side effect: the growth of work from home (WFH) culture in Malaysia today.
The US Cyber Command conducted more than two dozen operations aimed at thwarting interference in last November's presidential election, the general who leads the Pentagon's cyber force said on March 25.
Virtual platforms like Netflix and Zoom have emerged as lifelines for a pandemic-hit world forced indoors, but in sanctioned Syria where both websites are blocked, Mohammad Habash feels increasingly disconnected.
At least six apps highlighted in CCTV’s annual consumer rights exposé have been removed from app stores. The move comes as Beijing intensifies scrutiny on personal data collection by tech companies.
When the coronavirus pandemic shut down schools, educators had to figure out how to get kids online. Fast.