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China’s top Internet watchdog canvassed public opinion on Jan 8 for a plan to update rules more than two decades old, aiming to widen oversight of online services to cover payment, shopping and livestreaming platforms.
Hyundai Motor Co backed away from a statement confirming it is in talks with Apple Inc on developing self-driving car that fueled a US$9bil (RM36.38bil) surge in the Korean automaker’s market value on Jan 8, saying instead that it received requests for potential cooperation from a number of companies.
Apple Inc will take at least half a decade to launch an autonomous, electric vehicle because development work is still at an early stage, according to people with knowledge of the efforts.
Singapore’s government plans to create urgent legislation to formalise the use of virus contact-tracing data in investigations of serious crimes.
US federal authorities are assessing the cybersecurity risks created by rioters roaming freely through congressional offices during the Jan 6 rampage at the US Capitol, including missing laptops and computers that were left unsecured.
As Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc banished users and groups supporting the violent mobs at the US Capitol last week – including President Donald Trump himself – downloads surged for a less restrictive social media app called Parler. But in an effort to prevent further riot organising, Google Inc and Apple Inc booted Parler from their app stores, and Amazon.com Inc shut off its web services.
There is no question that we are all more dependent on technology than ever. So what happens when that tech does not work?
NEW YORK (Reuters) - There is no question that we are all more dependent on technology than ever. So what happens when that tech does not work?
DETROIT (Reuters) - General Motors Co shares jumped on Tuesday to their highest level since the company's post-bankruptcy IPO in 2010, as the automaker announced its entry into the growing electric delivery vehicle business.
Ride-hail and delivery drivers are suing to invalidate the California ballot measure approved in November that declared them independent contractors, the latest volley in the state’s years-long struggle over whether gig workers are employees.