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Developers say the Zuchongzhi device can do in just over an hour a task that supercomputers would take years to achieve. Results surpass those produced by Google’s Sycamore processor in an experiment two years ago, they say.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jaleesa Garland, a marketing manager at an e-commerce startup, came across an opportunity to relocate from the San Francisco Bay Area to Tulsa, Oklahoma - a city previously not on her radar.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Swisscom Chief Executive Urs Schaeppi has apologised for the massive outage of the telecoms company's services last week which meant emergency services could not be contacted by Swiss callers for eight hours.
Tech experts in China who find a weakness in computer security would be required to tell the government and couldn’t sell that knowledge under rules further tightening the Communist Party’s control over information.
Trump’s gripes with Big Tech are well-known and deeply felt.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The European Central Bank is set to give the green light on Wednesday to a multi-year project to create a digital version of the euro.
LONDON (Reuters) - Financial firms may need to bolster their defences in the face of rocketing cyber attacks after employees began working from home, the Financial Stability Board (FSB) said on Tuesday.
The European Commission is delaying an EU digital tax plan, in favour of sealing a deal for a global minimum corporate tax rate.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - After more than 16 months of working from home, some Twitter Inc employees in San Francisco and New York returned to the office on Monday as the company reopened its corporate campuses at 50% capacity in the two cities.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Popular short-video app TikTok told its employees on Monday that some will be offered the option to work remotely for up to two days a week after they return to office, according to an internal message seen by Reuters.