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Apple Inc said on June 11 it had decided to cancel plans for a second data centre in Denmark and the company will expand its other site in the country instead.
Netflix chief executive Reed Hastings said that the streaming video company had no plans for cheaper prices in the hotly competitive India market and that an executive's comments suggesting otherwise had been 'misunderstood'.
Britain's markets watchdog has dropped plans for a formal market review of whether Big Data might make it harder or more expensive for some customers to buy car and home insurance, saying there was no evidence of that so far.
President Barack Obama sharply criticised China's plans for new rules on US tech companies, urging Beijing to change the policy if it wants to do business with the United States and saying he had raised it with President Xi Jinping.
Comcast Corp and AT&T Inc have no plans to create Internet "fast lanes" that may hurt consumers' freedom to roam the Web, the leading U.S. broadband providers told the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee chairman in recent letters.
b>MOUNTAIN VIEW (California)/b>: Google Inc projected in 2010 it would get more than 35% of its 2013 revenue from outside its flagship search operation. It is anticipating three non-search businesses, including commerce, would generate more than US$5bil (RM15bil) each, according to internal company documents filed in court.
Deutsche Bank is discarding plans to set up a new digital banking service in the United States for fear of the move hampering a sweeping overhaul aimed at restoring the lender's fortunes after a damaging string of financial scandals.
Airbnb, the leading online marketplace for short-term lodging, has no specific plans yet to go public, its chief executive officer Brian Chesky said.
Verizon Communications Inc on Wednesday reasserted that it was not planning to strike any Internet "fast lane" deals that would help some websites load faster than others, in a letter to a top US Senate Judiciary Committee lawmaker.
Remarks made by Google vice-president Rishi Chandra last week strongly suggest that the company hasn’t given up on plans to release its own smart display device.