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Speculation over whether Alibaba will re-enter music streaming gains traction after Tencent loses exclusive rights
A subsidiary of Alibaba Group Holding has applied for a slew of trademarks for its now-defunct music streaming service. Xiami Music, which ceased operations in February, was once Alibaba’s main competitor for Chinese listeners.
Siri is always listening and knows where you are. But what if someone else is there listening, in your home, in your office, on your wrist, all the time?
NEW DELHI (Reuters) -India's antitrust regulator has accused Amazon.com Inc of concealing facts and making false submissions when it sought approval for a 2019 investment in a Future Group unit, a letter to the U.S. e-commerce giant seen by Reuters showed.
Brain-computer science startup Paradromics raised RM84.49mil, getting it on track to introduce a new generation of powerful and tiny electrodes to the human brain.
NASA's Mars rover is to collect its first rock sample from the site of an ancient lake bed, as part of its mission to find signs of ancient life on the red planet.
Alibaba’s latest recruitment drive opens up new positions in the company and at its major units like Ant Group, Cainiao and Alibaba Health. Hi-tech jobs on offer include those in the fields of computer engineering, data science, blockchain and security engineering.
Forbes China names Alibaba founder Jack Ma country’s most generous entrepreneur in 2020, as tech giants top charity list
Jack Ma donated nearly US$500mil in 2020, a year that ended with his companies Alibaba and Ant Group facing mounting regulatory pressure from Beijing. Tencent founder Pony Ma and ByteDance founder Zhang Yiming also made the top five, with China’s tech industry becoming the most charitable for the year.
An anti-doxxing law being discussed by Hong Kong lawmakers is cause for tech giants there, who says it could hurt their ability to provide services.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Europe's second-top court will rule on Alphabet unit Google's challenge against a 2.4 billion euro ($2.8 billion) EU antitrust fine on Nov. 10, the first of a trio of cases, people familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.