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STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden's Polestar, the electric car maker controlled by Volvo and its parent, the Chinese automaker Geely, has raised $550 million in external funding, the company said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Uber Technologies Inc on Wednesday said it had signed deals with three new transit agencies to provide routing and matching technology for their public transportation fleets, the company's latest foray into the transit space.
Digital generation gap: China tells companies to make their sites and apps more ‘elderly friendly’ as online population balloons
New guidelines for elderly users are part of an initial campaign targeting 43 apps and 115 websites, including WeChat and e-commerce sites Taobao and JD.com. The moves are also seen as helping party-building, as people aged 61 or older account for about one-third of Communist Party membership.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Video games maker CD Projekt has no plans to shelve Cyberpunk 2077 and is committed to fixing glitches to make its flagship game a long-term success after a troubled rollout, joint chief executive Adam Kicinski told Reuters.
Batteries that are better for the environment, which can be recharged in just a few seconds without any risk of combustion. This is what Russian researchers are proposing as an alternative to today's lithium and cobalt-based devices.
(Corrects to remove inaccurate company descriptor from headline. Also corrects paragraph 3 to say that the company plans to use the funds for further work related to nuclear fusion)
Perhaps the biggest development in recent years has been the trend of companies giving away top-notch games that previously might have sold for US$60 (RM248), and then persuading players to spend big bucks on upgrades to enhance their enjoyment or provide a competitive edge.
Check out some high-tech biking innovations that will make your next ride more fun.
"Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Earthblood" lets you tackle environmental catastrophe in video game form, as a shapeshifting eco-warrior.
Instagram is currently the mobile application collecting the most personal data from its users. The social network has been found to share as much as 79% of the personal data provided by the user, compared to 57% for Facebook and 50% for LinkedIn and Uber Eats.