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PETALING JAYA: Green Packet Bhd will be diversifying its principal activities to include cloud-computing solutions, which will form a new income stream for the group.Company eyes cloud-computing solutions
Google and its parent company, Alphabet Inc, have long put themselves forward as leaders in renewable energy use. Last week, they took that a step further by announcing that they are now "working toward 24x7 clean energy everywhere we have datacentres”.
Tencent teams up with ‘Sars hero’ Zhong Nanshan on AI, big data lab to combat coronavirus and predict outbreaks
The joint lab aims to combat the novel coronavirus and help prevent future epidemics. Tencent is the latest company to team up with top expert Zhong, who is also collaborating with Alibaba Cloud and Foxconn.
Visits to medical-related mini-programs on Chinese super app WeChat rose 347% over the past 20 days, compared to data recorded in December. The impact of the countrywide lockdown on the economy has the potential to cut China’s gross domestic product growth in the first quarter from 6% to 4.5%.
Facebook Inc may have been slow to adapt to the mobile-device revolution, but an analysis of patents granted suggests the company is determined not to miss the next seismic digital shift.
Digital downloads may involve less plastic than the CDs and vinyl of previous generations, but they require a lot of energy to produce, store and play.
PETALING JAYA: Small-time business owners say they will feel the pinch of the 6% digital tax while some consumers say they have to wait and see how the tax will affect them.
Facebook-owned Oculus on Nov 26 said it is buying the studio behind hit virtual reality game Beat Saber as it looks to expand VR technology to wider audiences.
Employee activism and outside pressure have pushed big tech companies like Amazon, Microsoft and Google promising to slash their carbon emissions. But there's another thing these tech giants aren't cutting: Their growing business ties to the oil and gas industry.
Involving an initial fleet of 45 autonomous cars, the Baidu service will start on 50-kilometre-long open roads before gradually expanding.