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Singapore’s Ebb & Flow Group took an unusual route to creating one of its most popular food items: analysing more than 200,000 data points to predict customer preference and potential demand.
Unique circumstances created by the Covid-19 pandemic forced more Americans to get comfortable with financial technology, while leaving the industry wondering whether regulators will devise a reliable legal framework to support it.
WeChat has reportedly begun testing livestreaming on its short video feature Channels with a select group of content creators. Tencent’s do-everything app has a huge user base in China, but it is a relatively late entrant to short video and livestreaming e-commerce.
In a quiet experiment of just two weeks, China provided millions of people access to long-forbidden foreign websites like YouTube and Instagram. The trial appears to signal the Communist government is moving toward giving the country’s citizens greater access to the global Internet – while still attempting to control who sees what.
The “Five Eyes” intelligence alliance demanded on Oct 11 that tech companies insert “backdoors” in encrypted apps to allow law enforcement agencies the access they say they need to police online criminality.
After endlessly swiping through pictureless profiles on dating apps, Muhammad Ali Shah still hasn’t found the one – or really anyone – to get serious with in Pakistan.
One Chinese app briefly gave the country’s Internet users access to long-banned websites like Facebook Inc and Google, setting off speculation about the future of Beijing’s censorship practices.
Google is confronting a growing backlash against its market power in international markets, compounding the company’s regulatory challenges as it girds for an historic antitrust suit from the US Justice Dept.
Apple Inc has been in the spotlight lately, between antitrust scrutiny of its mobile operating system and the legal battle it’s waging with Fortnite-maker Epic Games Inc over its App Store. Those developments pale, however, in comparison to the company’s main event tomorrow: the unveiling of its latest iPhones.
A developer backed by Chinese cybersecurity giant 360 Security Technology Inc has introduced a browser that allows mainland Chinese users to access previously blocked sites like Google and Facebook, partially bypassing Beijing’s Great Firewall.