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The developer of Cyberpunk 2077, the much-delayed video game reported to be one of the most expensive ever made, has promised a "new quality" of experience for users when it finally launches worldwide on Dec 10.
The coronavirus pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement topped the list of conversation topics on Twitter in a tumultuous year, the messaging platform said on Dec 7.
STOCKHOLM/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Cisco has revamped its Webex video meeting software as it targets a bigger share of the booming online collaboration market, adding new features such as background noise cancellation and a transcription service.
Good luck finding a PlayStation 5: Walmart and other retailers battle ‘bots’ snatching up hot products
CHICAGO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Seven times last month, Benjamin Karmis, a 26-year-old priest from Wheaton, Illinois, failed to get his hands on the latest Sony PlayStation 5 video game console from retail websites including Walmart Inc and Facebook Marketplace.
Everything changed for Yuta Tsuruoka when his mother, who runs a small shop in rural Japan, made a passing comment: She wanted to set up her own online store but didn’t know how.
Tianjin introduced a new policy which prohibits private and state-owned organisations as well as business groups from collecting biometric data. Nanjing, the capital of China’s eastern Jiangsu province, has ordered property agents to remove facial recognition systems from their sales offices.
The EU on Dec 3 announced plans to step up the fight against disinformation in Europe at a time when anti-vaccine content is spreading, fuelled by the coronavirus pandemic.
HDFC Bank Ltd was ordered to curb some digital and credit card operations following a series of glitches at the Indian lender, a rare step by the financial regulator as online transactions surge in the nation.
Salesforce on Dec 2 announced a US$27.7bil (RM112.94bil) deal to buy online collaboration firm Slack, giving the business software giant a broader array of tools as the pandemic fuels a remote work trend.
From Washington to Beijing, governments are trying to strike the right balance between enabling technology innovation and preventing giants like Google and Facebook Inc from suffocating rivals. Now India is experimenting with a framework for financial technology that’s certain to provide lessons worldwide – succeed or fail.