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Business software group SAP disclosed on May 5 that some of its cloud products did not meet contractual or statutory security standards and said it would take remedial action to fix the problem as soon as possible.
How a video game uses magical realism to reframe the way Americans think about debt and homelessness
When the nearly decade-long journey of Kentucky Route Zero began with a crowdfunding campaign in 2011, it was pitched as a surrealist road adventure with a retro look and a folksy tone, the sort of point-and-click-styled game that went out of favor in the early 1990s but was finding new life as a niche independent product.
In the suburbs of Dublin on a windy, overcast day in January, several alumni of Airbus and the UK’s Royal Air Force watched as a flying object, shaped a bit like a crouching frog, hovered about 10 meters (33 feet) up in the air.
Social enterprises don’t shun profit, as they believe it’s the key to making a big positive impact for the long term.
Can Renren, ‘China’s Facebook’ from the dotcom era, win back its millennial audience with nostalgia?
Once widely used by students, Renren fell out of favour in the smartphone era as mobile-focused apps such as WeChat and Weibo became more popular. It has launched its first mobile social networking app, hoping to win this demographic back.
Hong Kong has been quietly pumping new blood into China’s start-up scene from its cluster of world-class higher education institutes. Apart from its reputation as a global financial hub, Hong Kong has also become an unlikely incubator of tech talent, helping China make bridges with rest of the world.
Kujiale’s R&D centre assigns the rendering job to a cluster of more than 3,000 distributed computers and nearly 10,000 virtual servers in the cloud.
Ahead of the annual Blueberry Festival in Marshall County, Indiana, in early September, a woman broadcast a warning to her neighbours on Facebook.
Watch out Wall Street, Facebook Inc is coming for your engineers.
As the world moves towards a digital economy, ideas and technology will be a nation's primary export, not physical resources or capital, predicts Tencent Holdings senior executive vice-president Lau Seng Yee.