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(Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc's video game division has canceled an online role-playing game based on the fantasy series Lord of the Rings, which was announced in 2019, an Amazon spokeswoman said.
The SolarWinds hackers’ abuse of Microsoft’s identity and access architecture – which validates users’ identities and grants them access to email, documents and other data – did the most dramatic harm, the nonpartisan Atlantic Council think tank said in a report.
Tencent Holdings Ltd founder Pony Ma pledged US$7.7bil (RM31.75bil) toward curing societal ills and lifting China’s countryside out of poverty, echoing Xi Jinping’s priorities at a time Beijing is tightening its grip on internet giants.
Thought your smartphone was taking over your life? Your car may be next as Chinese firms lead a Big Tech stampede into auto manufacturing in their battle for more consumers.
Chinese TikTok influencers apologise for videos of lavish spending including a US$1,500 haircut, US$53,000 bed and a US$61,000 suit
Influencer Xiaoyu shared experiences at a postpartum centre that cost 2mil yuan (US$307,000) a month. A number of influencers have been criticised by Xinhua for ‘corrupting’ the ‘social atmosphere’.
Tesla Inc looks to be coming under increasing pressure in China with two government entities firing off missives about the company’s behaviour and treatment of its customers in a single day.
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Tesla says sorry to Chinese buyers, back-pedalling on its ‘no compromise’ attitude towards ‘unreasonable’ customer grievances as pressure mounts on social media and state press
“We are deeply sorry for the delay in resolving the owner’s issue,” Tesla said late Tuesday night on its Weibo account. China’s social media and state press weighed in on the latest controversy surrounding the bellwether producer in China’s electric vehicles market.
The competition between Wang Xing’s Meituan and fellow tech billionaire Jack Ma’s Alibaba Group Holding Ltd is turning into one of the great rivalries in Chinese business.
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.