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YouTube’s trampled foes plot antitrust revenge

Brian O’Kelley built AppNexus Inc to help companies advertise anywhere on the Internet. Its software plugged into virtually every digital ad-trading hub, including those from Google, the biggest ad seller, and Google’s YouTube video service. By 2014, AppNexus was valued at US$1.2bil (RM4.93bil).

Chad lifts ban on social media usage after more than a year

Chad lifted a more than a year-long ban on social media including Facebook and Twitter that the government said had been necessary for security reasons.

VW-Ford deal shows rivals making nice to fund new technologies

To understand how much strain the world’s leading auto manufacturers face as they make the daunting leap to the electric and autonomous vehicle age, just listen to their leaders.

Sea Of Solitude wants us to play with what it means to be human

In the midst of a summer blockbuster season, where escapism, barbecues and superhero films reign, video game giant Electronic Arts is publishing the deeply personal Sea Of Solitude.

From princes to undertakers, Norway's motorists go electric

In Oslo, a funeral home offers the dearly departed a trip to their final resting place in an eye-catching electric hearse, as electric vehicles take over the roads in the Scandinavian country.

Google Internet balloon spinoff Loon still looking for its wings

Google’s bet on balloons to deliver cell service soon faces a crucial test amid doubts about the viability of the technology by some potential customers.

‘Borderlands 3’ makes the most of E3 2019 opportunity

As the latest entry to its publisher's biggest franchise, Borderlands 3 was given a huge platform at the 2019 Electronic Entertainment Expo: trailers, teases, hands-on demos for the public, and the promise of more to come in August ahead of its September launch.

Update drone regulations before businesses fly away, say industry players

Malaysia's drone regulations are ripe for change, with Government agencies now playing a part in moving to update rules.

Motorbike taxi firms rev up for race into West Africa

Motorcycle taxi companies are expanding in West Africa with backing from investors betting that the meteoric rise of two-wheeled taxi firms in Asia can be replicated in some of the fastest growing countries in the world.

Amazon led a tax rebellion. A year later, Seattle is gridlocked

The wine was flowing as a group of Seattle’s business elite gathered at Bar Cotto, an Italian restaurant in the city’s trendy Capitol Hill neighbourhood, where the menu features an expansive selection of salumi and pizzas topped with truffle oil or Calabrian chili. The topic up for discussion: how to solve the region’s intractable homelessness crisis.