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Statues represent memories of the past, both glory and shame. With Bristol taking down the statue of slave trader, later philanthropist Edward Colston (1636-1721), US protestors have started taking down statues of Civil War or slave-tainted personalities. Law and order President Trump want to protect statues against desecration.
SAN FRANCISCO: Apple Inc on Monday said it will switch to its own chips for its Mac computers, saying the first machines will ship this year and ending a nearly 15-year reliance on Intel Corp to supply processors for its flagship laptops and desktop.
SYDNEY/BENGALURU: Australia's antitrust regulator warned Google's planned $2.1 billion acquisition of fitness tracker maker Fitbit may give it too much of people's data, potentially hurting competition in health and online advertising markets.
The Future of Work is generally characterised by technology - artificial intelligence, remote working structure and a digital platform which will affect three key areas - work, workforce and workplace.
NEW YORK: Google was sued on Tuesday in a proposed class action accusing the internet search company of illegally invading the privacy of millions of users by pervasively tracking their internet use through browsers set in "private" mode.
After experiencing political changes earlier this year and the onslaught of new coronavirus disease (Covid-19), it’s high time that Malaysia took another look at its national digital plan.
WASHINGTON: U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday threatened to regulate or shut down social media companies for stifling conservative voices, a day after Twitter attached a warning to some of his tweets prompting readers to fact check the president's claims.
FOR most of us in the formal economy, a credit score is an “adult report card” that is tagged on us by some of the key institutions or companies that require a form of background check before they enter into deals or contracts with us.
TOKYO: Sony Corp and Microsoft Corp have partnered to embed artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities into the Japanese company’s latest imaging chip, a big boost for a camera product the electronics giant describes as a world-first for commercial customers.