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South Korea fined Alphabet Inc’s Google US$177mil (RM734.37mil) for hampering the development of rivals to its Android operating system, sustaining a campaign targeting the US search giant’s dominance in smartphone software.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. lawmakers determined to tighten antitrust laws said on Friday that a judge's decision giving only a partial victory to "Fortnite" creator Epic Games in its fight with Apple Inc was further evidence of the need for new laws to limit Big Tech.
The personal data of nearly 79,400 mobile subscribers of MyRepublic in Singapore was accessed by hackers, the mobile operator and Internet service provider said on Friday (Sept 10).
The technology is increasingly used to track rare species.
A Google search for "Keanu Reeves scam" shows that women in Canada, Taiwan and across America have reported being duped into thinking Reeves has the hots for them — and that the multimillionaire movie star could use some money.
SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - El Salvador will on Tuesday become the first country in the world to recognize bitcoin as legal tender, a move President Nayib Bukele says will save Salvadorans living abroad millions of dollars in commissions on money they send home.
Autonomous driving tech causes alarm in China following fatal NIO car accident, but experts say training mitigates risks
Debate has erupted over driver-assistance systems, which offers some autonomous functionality, following a fatal accident involving a NIO ES8 SUV. Many buyers say they were not educated about the tech’s limitations, which analysts say is necessary to help prevent future accidents.
AI has generated what could have been an excerpt of Beethoven's unfinished Tenth Symphony, based on his notes and sketches.
(Reuters) - The Biden administration has an ambitious $7.5 billion plan to expand electric vehicle charging to underserved areas, but it must first overcome a host of obstacles that have discouraged private investment in more equitable charging networks.
South Korean MPs on Aug 31 passed a law banning Apple and Google from forcing app developers to use the tech giants’ payment systems, effectively declaring their lucrative App Store and Play Store monopolies illegal.