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The US Treasury Department on April 15 slapped six Russian technology companies with sanctions for supporting Kremlin intelligence agencies engaged in “dangerous and disruptive cyberattacks”. But only one of them stands out for its international footprint and partnerships with such IT heavyweights as Microsoft and IBM.
As the United States’ vaccination campaign accelerates, so-called vaccine passports are gaining traction despite political divisions and a fragmented health care system that complicates the centralisation of data.
Several of San Francisco Bay Area’s largest technology companies including Twitter Inc and Google plan to keep their offices largely closed for months more despite the government allowing them on Tuesday to be opened in a limited capacity.
Innovations aimed at helping people overcome mobility, sight and other disabilities have exploded in recent years, and are becoming ever more integrated in regular consumer goods, the United Nations said on March 23.
IBM has announced the closure of its Cyberjaya based Global Delivery Centre, adding that its other operations in Malaysia would continue.
LONDON (Reuters) - Large parts of Europe could experience warmer than normal temperatures from April to June, the Weather Company said in an outlook on Monday.
TEXAS: The activist investor leading a proxy fight to reshape Exxon Mobil Corp yesterday named the four directors it wants shareholders to remove at the oil company’s upcoming annual general meeting.
US tech firm in 2019 said its Sycamore processor did a task in three minutes and 20 seconds that would take a classical supercomputer 10,000 years. Researchers in Beijing say they took a different approach that saw 60 graphics processors complete the job ‘in about five days’.
The activist investor leading a proxy fight to reshape Exxon Mobil Corp on Monday named the four directors it wants shareholders to remove at the oil company's upcoming annual general meeting
People returning to work following the long pandemic will find an array of tech-infused gadgetry to improve workplace safety but which could pose risks for long-term personal and medical privacy.