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New research findings say that TikTok does not display “overtly malicious behaviour” and is not a threat to US national security. Researchers find no evidence of censorship in TikTok but its sister app Douyin restricts some politically sensitive keywords.
A new outside report found that Facebook has allowed groups – many tied to QAnon, boogaloo and militia movements – to glorify violence during the 2020 election and in the weeks leading up to the deadly riots on the US Capitol in January.
Despite growing subscriber bases, Spotify and co are not the most popular music streaming services in the world. Music fans are abandoning them in favour of the video platform YouTube.
The global recorded music business grew by 7.4% last year, an industry body said on March 23, as streaming continued to drive a fast-paced recovery from the doldrums of the piracy era.
Calling on the services of a robot to make a reservation or to buy something online is already a day-to-day occurrence.
US chip titan Intel said on March 23 it will invest US$20bil (RM82.66bil) in building two new plants in Arizona as part of a plan to ramp up production in the United States and Europe.
A Nike-sponsored gym, support staff including nutritionists and English language classes are all part of the set-up at T1, one of the world’s top eSports organisations, where around 70 gamers are looking to emulate its highest-profile member, League Of Legends giant Faker.
China’s government has proposed establishing a joint venture with local technology giants that would oversee the lucrative data they collect from hundreds of millions of consumers, according to people familiar with the matter.
Samsung announced its next-generation memory chips, which will double the speed of existing technology and offer the biggest capacity yet, with expectations to transition to the new standard by the second half of 2021.
China proposed establishing a joint venture with its tech giants to oversee the data collected from hundreds of millions of consumers, say sources.