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Uber eyes headquarters move to Hong Kong – provided city first changes regulations to legalise service, source says
‘Industries like Uber are beneficial to Hong Kong’s economic growth, but the existing regulations are outdated’, tech sector figure argues. But amid strong pushback from taxi industry, government has so far remained firm in cracking down on the illicit ride-hailing service.
The latest iteration in Square Enix Holdings Co’s Kingdom Hearts ‘Dark Road’ series has been delayed, according to the game’s official Twitter account.
Nearly half of Americans say they would not get in a self-driving taxi, according to a poll commissioned by the advocacy group Partners for Automated Vehicle Education.
The coronavirus crisis is accelerating a shift in the world of autonomous cars toward delivering packages instead of people, as big players open up a lead over startups in the race for funding.
Ireland's Manna Aero should have been dropping off its first takeaway orders around a Dublin university campus by drone in March but then the coronavirus pandemic shut the country and its pilot programme down.
Google’s dominance of the US$130bil (RM568.11bil) digital advertising market is harming advertisers, news publishers, and consumers, according to a paper that outlines how the US could bring an antitrust case against the Internet giant.
Indian food delivery startup Swiggy said on Monday it would lay off 1,100 employees, or nearly 14% of its workforce, to cut costs, as a weeks-long nationwide lockdown to curb the coronavirus outbreak hits demand for online food ordering.
India is aggressively pushing a state-backed contact tracing app to fight the spread of Covid-19, raising fears that the world's second-most populous nation is on its way to Chinese-style methods of high tech social control.
“Sharing economy” firms like Uber and Airbnb were seeing surging growth and predictions they would reshape several economic sectors. Then the pandemic hit.
Before entering coronavirus lockdown with the rest of Britain in March, 73-year-old Pamela Cox had never shopped or banked online. Zoom was something you did with a camera lens.