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The contrasting speed and efficiency of distributing virus relief to people in need in Japan and South Korea come despite a remarkably similar trajectory in putting together the funding for the handouts in the two Northeast Asia rivals.
When a senior living facility in Amarillo, Texas suspected a nurse may have caught the novel coronavirus this month, it had a list within five minutes of staff and residents the nurse could have infected.
Sony Corp and Microsoft Corp have partnered to embed artificial intelligence capabilities into the Japanese company’s latest imaging chip.
Alphabet Inc-owned Google's planned US$2.1bil (RM9.11bil) buy of fitness trackers company Fitbit may harm consumers and hinder innovation, European consumer group BEUC said on May 13, calling it a game-changer deal in the health and digital markets.
More than 30 technology and telecom firms unveiled an alliance on May 5 to press for "open and interoperable" 5G wireless systems that eliminate the need for a single supplier.
The US Justice Department should carefully scrutinise Alphabet Inc’s plan to buy Fitbit because the fitness tracker company is a source of nascent competition for Google, which is dominant in search and advertising, two public advocacy groups said on April 30.
Downloading Fortnite through Google Play avoids Android's security warnings, though it means less revenue for Epic Games.
The Shanghai event is the second MWC conference to be cancelled this year, after MWC Barcelona was shelved less than two weeks before the event. It is the latest of many major tech events that have been pulled in light of coronavirus fears and travel restrictions.
Apple and Google are combining their engineering prowess and dominant market positions to fight the coronavirus war in a smart and effective way. If successful, it may be the first step in turning the tide against the pandemic and moving society back to a more normal life.
Smartphone sales in China are rising again as Covid-19 cases there decline and global demand for chips used in work-from-home networks is surging, positioning Asian tech firms for a slow but steady recovery, their early quarterly report cards showed.