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As the e-waste Malaysia generates balloons, experts are calling for measures to be taken to reduce and reuse, turning e-waste into something valuable.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Dish Network on Wednesday signed a deal with Amazon to build its 5G network on Amazon Web Services' (AWS) cloud platform and said it will launch its first network in the United States in Las Vegas later this year.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's government chose Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google for a more than $1 billion project to provide cloud services for the country's public sector and military.
The EU unveils a plan on April 21 to regulate the sprawling field of artificial intelligence, aimed at making Europe a leader in the new tech revolution while reassuring the public against “Big Brother”-like abuses.
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.
Experimental network connects 40 leading universities to prepare for an AI-driven society five to 10 years down the track. The facility will become a prototype ‘future Internet’ with huge bandwidth to connect the many devices expected to be commonplace.
As Apple Inc was revealing its newest line of iPads and flashy new iMacs on April 20, one of its primary suppliers was enduring a ransomware attack from a Russian operator claiming to have stolen blueprints of the US company’s latest products.
STOCKHOLM/LONDON (Reuters) - Musicians desperate to work together in harmony while kept apart by COVID-19 lockdowns have been collaborating with tech companies to shave milliseconds from delays on their online connections, driving innovations that will transcend music.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Taiwan electronics manufacturer Foxconn is drastically scaling back a planned $10 billion factory in Wisconsin, confirming its retreat from a project that former U.S. President Donald Trump once called "the eighth wonder of the world."
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.