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Denmark, angry at Google’s censorship of some Danish content over an argument over copyright, said on Monday it was seeking talks with the Alphabet-owned tech giant.
European utilities are having to speed up the adoption of new technologies as the coronavirus crisis forces them to use software, not people, to steer critical infrastructure including plants and grids
A written proposal published by the performing arts organisation last week called for a stricter content audit of the country’s online livestreaming industry. In June Internet watchdog The Cyberspace Administration of China called out some of the country’s major livestreaming platforms for spreading lowbrow content.
China gave tech giant Tencent Holdings the green light on Aug 6 to publish Nintendo Switch Ring Fit Adventure and shooter game Call Of Duty Mobile, strengthening the country’s biggest social media and video games company.
The O'Sanctus app, created last year by Nigerian tech firm Applus Dome Limited, allows Catholics to attend virtual services, reserve time with priests and make financial offerings.
Activision Blizzard Inc shares slipped in late trading after Chief Executive Officer Bobby Kotick warned that the shaky economy could hurt the video-game maker’s pandemic-fueled boom.
Global police body Interpol warned Aug 3 of an "alarming" rate of cybercrime during the coronavirus pandemic, with criminals taking advantage of people working from home to target major institutions.
In a bid to salvage a deal for the US operations of TikTok, Microsoft Corp chief executive officer Satya Nadella spoke with US president Donald Trump by phone about how to secure the administration’s blessing to buy the wildly popular, but besieged, music video app.
The heads of four of the US’s biggest technology companies – Alphabet Inc, Apple Inc, Facebook Inc and Amazon.com Inc – appeared before US Congress earlier last week to respond to criticism that they have too much market power. The hearing showed that lawmakers are beginning to understand what is and isn’t important when it comes to regulating these large businesses.
Pepper’s skill set includes making phone calls, identifying missing items in the kitchen and occasional aerobics instruction.