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The Seoul city government said on Sept 21 it has decided to adopt the design of hanok, or traditional Korean houses, for high-tech bus stops in the capital, Yonhap news agency reported.
Alibaba payments arm Ant launches new tech brand to help speed up digital transformation of traditional industries
The AntChain workstation, similar in size to a laptop, speeds up blockchain applications via built-in software and a dedicated hardware accelerator. As of mid-May, China held 19% of the world’s total of 3,924 blockchain patents, ranking No 3 after the US and South Korea.
SoftBank Group Corp-owned semiconductor technology supplier Arm Ltd has moved to raise licensing fees for some customers in recent negotiations, four people familiar with the matter said.
Over the past 24 hours, the trending searches have been about a new Covid-19 testing method, the launch of The Cloud Foundry's latest command line interface, and the coronavirus outbreak in LA County.
The need for businesses to adapt using tech has become more urgent than ever as the Covid-19 pandemic is changing the way people acquire services and products.
Beijing is accelerating its bid for global leadership in key technologies, planning to pump more than a trillion dollars into the economy through the rollout of everything from wireless networks to artificial intelligence.
To discover if one of its Linux-based systems has any vulnerabilities, Microsoft invited researchers to hack the IoT security solution for US$100,000 (RM432,450).
Forgot to switch off the bedroom lights? You could do so while driving in China, with SAIC Volkswagen, JD.com tie-up
SAIC Volkswagen’s Passat cars and other models produced this year will come with JD.com’s smart home services built in. Users will be able to control their home appliances through voice commands or the cars’ touchscreens.
Japan’s Sharp Corp, better known as a maker of flat-panel televisions and iPhone screen provider for Apple Inc, ran into trouble on the first day of sale of its latest hit product: face masks.
Microsoft extends security support for Windows 10 version 1809 by six months to tide over users through the Covid-19 pandemic.