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Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing Technology Co plans to make its debut in Western Europe, people familiar with the matter said, as the company seeks new growth markets ahead of a long-awaited initial public offering.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Joe Biden will sign an executive order on Wednesday aimed at addressing a global semiconductor chip shortage that has forced U.S. automakers and other manufacturers to cut production and alarmed the White House and members of Congress, administration officials said.
ByteDance makes biggest public commitment yet to Tencent video game rivalry with launch of stand-alone site for Nuverse
The video game market has become hugely lucrative in recent years, with both Big Tech and high-powered start-ups aggressively building up their gaming units. Nuverse’s previous titles struggled to live up to expectations, but it is only a matter of time before it comes up with a hit game.
Amnesty International says it has found that a hacking group known as Ocean Lotus has been staging more spyware attacks on Vietnamese human rights activists in the latest blow to freedom of speech in the communist-ruled country.
With Trump banned from mainstream social networks, his fans have moved on to new platforms, which were less regulated and more confidential.
Industry players are calling for stricter penalties against digital piracy, which they claim has caused the entertainment and media industry to suffer an estimated RM3bil loss annually.
(This February 22 story corrects to clarify Google's position, paragraph 5)
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Microsoft and European media groups on Monday urged EU regulators to require online platforms to seek arbitration in disagreements over how to share revenues with news publishers, a sticking point in the spat between Facebook and Australia.
Home heating systems shutting down. Hospitals facing water shortages. Oil refineries going offline.
LONDON (Reuters) - Facebook's move to block all news content in Australia is an attempt to bully a democracy and will stiffen the resolve of legislators across the world to get tough with the tech giants, a senior British lawmaker said.