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Apple Inc is trying to delay a legal fight over allegedly stolen blood-oxygen monitoring technology in its latest watch so it can gain a more dominant share of the smartwatch market, medical-sensor maker Masimo Corp said in a court filing late on Sept 28.
Emergency responders and engineers in Britain said on Tuesday they have successfully tested “the world’s first jet suit paramedic”, which could transform how life-savers reach isolated casualty sites.
Epic Games on Sept 28 failed to convince a US judge to make Apple put its hit title Fortnite back in the tech giant's App Store, while their legal battle heads for a possible trial next year.
Last week, Bethesda and its parent company, ZeniMax Media Inc, agreed to be acquired by Microsoft Corp for US$7.5bil (RM31.28bil) in cash. The deal gives Microsoft new game titles as it prepares to launch the next generation of Xbox consoles. It gives, Altman, 73, and Bethesda’s founder, computer-science professor Christopher Weaver, 69, a huge payday.
A few weeks after rolling out the possibility to exchange voice messages (with a maximum time of 140 seconds) on its platform, Twitter is testing out private audio messages. This trial is currently exclusive to residents of Brazil but should eventually allow users to send vocal messages via DM (direct messages) worldwide.
After seeing positive results to a trial run of a prompt that encourages users to read an article before they retweet it, Twitter says the feature will roll out globally.
As the US insurance industry increasingly relies on artificial intelligence, its state-based regulators are thinking about how to ensure that the technology treats policyholders fairly.
Facebook Inc's long-delayed independent Oversight Board plans to launch in mid-late October, just before the November US presidential election.
Commuters may soon have another way to pay for their tickets, as debit card readers have been spotted at several LRT stations.
Legislation that would allow carmakers to sell as many as 100,000 self-driving vehicles per year in the US is being reintroduced in the US House of Representatives, but one of its biggest cheerleaders is staying on the sidelines until next year.