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A quarrel has emerged inside France’s biggest phone company over whether to build a new generation of wireless networks, days before the industry is due to commit billions of euros to their deployment in the country.
Skateboarders, surfers and mountain bikers used to be the target customers for California startup Skydio, a maker of high-end drones that can home in on people and capture their movements on video all by themselves. Now US police officers, firefighters and soldiers are interested in the self-flying machines.
Apple is expected to spotlight its smartwatch, iPad, and subscription services on Sept 15 as it strives to reignite growth with a must-have holiday line-up.
Algerians were unable to access social media accounts on Sept 13 as students sat national exams in the North African country where authorities are cracking down on cheating.
Microsoft will on Sept 15 launch its Xbox cloud gaming service priced at US$1 (RM4) for new users' first month, in a major drive to attract casual gamers with the promise of cutting ties to the living room and as competition with Sony heats up.
China maintained its position as the world’s second-largest cloud services market amid record spending of US$4.3bil (RM17.91bil) in the second quarter.The market is being driven by government stimulus measures, investment by service providers, digital transformation projects and increased demand for online servicesSecond-quarter cloud spending in China accounted for 12.4 per cent of the US$34.6 billion total global investment during that period
India's Reliance Industries is offering to sell a roughly US$20bil (RM83.33bil) stake in its retail arm to Amazon.com Inc, Bloomberg News reported on Sept 10.
SoftBank Group Corp is exploring assembling a group of bidders for TikTok’s India assets and has been actively looking for local partners, according to people familiar with the matter.
China is planning a sweeping set of new government policies to develop its domestic semiconductor industry and counter Trump administration restrictions.
Grenoble is France’s answer to Silicon Valley, a tech hub where chipmaker STMicroelectronics NV is developing new wireless applications, Apple Inc has an imaging unit in a former chocolate factory and China’s Huawei Technologies Co is perfecting touch sensors.