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WASHINGTON (Reuters) -General Motors Co said on Thursday it will extend a shutdown of a Michigan assembly plant to mid-October following a new recall of its Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles over battery issues after 12 reported fires.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU countries will have to provide more clarity on the use and availability of radio spectrum to help the bloc meet its digital targets, the European Commission said on Wednesday, accelerating a push to reduce reliance on U.S and Chinese technologies.
(Reuters) - Officials from the United States and European Union are making progress on keeping data flowing across the Atlantic, with negotiations that are important to companies like Facebook Inc and thousands of others, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.
Another Apple executive has left its self-driving car project, his abrupt exit raising questions about the progress Apple is making on the automative front.
Stopping online hate speech is hard. New research teaches machines to find white nationalist content
The goal was to train a machine to identify toxic language using conversations on white nationalist website as a model.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) -A U.S. national labor agency is investigating two charges against tech giant Apple Inc filed by employees, records on its website show, amid a wave of worker activism at a company known for its secretive culture.
Lawmakers: Confusion over e-voucher registration, missed SMS messages show Hong Kong’s elderly need more help
A long queue formed outside a government office in Mong Kok on Thursday morning, as residents sought to reapply for the consumption vouchers. City’s largest political party calls for more manpower to help older Hongkongers navigate the process, noting some don’t even use a cellphone.
Twitter on Sept 1 announced it is testing a new feature that automatically blocks hateful messages, as the US site comes under increasing pressure to protect its users from online abuse.
Black Lives Matter filled the summer of 2020 with cries for justice as protests spread throughout the nation, with many Silicon Valley firms pledging support to the movement as well.
Alibaba fired 10 staff who publicised an employee’s sexual assault allegations, on grounds that employees are not allowed to share internal matters.