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Digi and ZTE continue upgrading 4G infrastructure for better mobile data experience
Autonomous driving tech causes alarm in China following fatal NIO car accident, but experts say training mitigates risks
Debate has erupted over driver-assistance systems, which offers some autonomous functionality, following a fatal accident involving a NIO ES8 SUV. Many buyers say they were not educated about the tech’s limitations, which analysts say is necessary to help prevent future accidents.
More users are turning to wearables, especially smartwatches, to monitor their vital signs and stay healthy during the Covid-19 pandemic.
This would make Italy one of the few places in the world, alongside France and parts of the US and Australia, to require a helmet on an eScooter.
Stopping online hate speech is hard. New research teaches machines to find white nationalist content
The goal was to train a machine to identify toxic language using conversations on white nationalist website as a model.
(Reuters) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is investigating Uniswap Labs, the main developer behind one of the world's largest cryptocurrency exchanges, Uniswap, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday https://www.wsj.com/articles/regulators-investigate-crypto-exchange-developer-uniswap-labs-11630666800?mod=latest_headlines, citing people familiar with the matter.
Beijing’s municipal government has proposed an investment in Didi Global Inc that would give state-run firms control of the world’s largest ride-hailing company, according to people familiar with the matter.
(Reuters) -The city of Beijing is considering taking Chinese ride-hailing firm Didi Global, which is facing a cybersecurity investigation, under state control, Bloomberg News reported.
More than five years later, the breach of Juniper’s network remains an enduring mystery in computer security, an attack on America’s software supply chain that potentially exposed highly sensitive customers including telecommunications companies and US military agencies to years of spying before the company issued a patch.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd pledged 100bil yuan (US$15.5bil or RM64.34bil) over five years toward Xi Jinping’s “common prosperity” vision, becoming the latest tech giant to bankroll China’s broad aim to share the wealth.