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AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The chief executive of European software company MessageBird said on Tuesday its sales passed $300 million in 2020, implying year-on-year growth of nearly 50%, as it prepares for a possible IPO as early as this year.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's NEC Corp has launched a facial recognition system that identifies people even when they are wearing masks, adapting to a new normal where face coverings have become a key form of protection against the spread of the coronavirus.
Europe is sitting on a wealth of data that is the 21st equivalent of a precious metal mine during the gold rush. But instead of exploiting it themselves Europeans may be allowing American tech giants to gain control of all the excavation equipment, some experts say.
Mobile phone applications that trace the new coronavirus could help decide whether business travelers and vacation-goers get to meet clients or visit their favourite beaches this summer. But politics and disagreement over what system to use threatens to thwart that solution.
Google’s massive travel advertising business could be hurt because the coronavirus outbreak is disrupting travel plans.
Facebook Inc and other global companies including LG Electronics Inc and Standard Chartered Plc are restricting travel to China, as the death toll from a flu-like virus rose above 100 on Jan 28.
With air traffic's carbon footprint making the news all summer, the Lufthansa group has just introduced its own platform enabling guests to offset the CO2 emissions resulting from their flights.
Say goodbye to standing in long lines clutching boarding passes and other travel documents.
Venezuelans seeking to escape their country’s hardships now face another hurdle: getting their hands on the government’s elusive Petro cryptocurrency to pay for their passports.