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Amazon.com Inc is laying the groundwork for a quantum computer, deepening efforts to harness technology that can crunch in seconds vast amounts of data that take even the most powerful supercomputers hours or days to process.
HDFC Bank Ltd was ordered to curb some digital and credit card operations following a series of glitches at the Indian lender, a rare step by the financial regulator as online transactions surge in the nation.
South Korea aims to focus on green and digital industries as it looks to boost its standing in the global economy, according to a senior policy maker working on next year’s economic plan.
Chinese fintech giant Ant Group is considering selling its 30% stake in Indian digital payment processor Paytm amid tensions between the two Asian neighbours and a toughening competitive landscape, people with direct knowledge of the matter said.
Lockdown has led many people to video games – even seniors, it seems. In the UK, some 20% of grandparents have taken to playing virtual games as a way of maintaining contact with their grandchildren.
Facebook and Google are fast becoming “human rights-free zones” in Vietnam, Amnesty International warned on Dec 1, accusing the tech titans of helping censor peaceful dissent and political expression in the country.
Mahammud Hirsi was a hard-driving young manager at Amazon.com when he and a half dozen other Somali supervisors started a monthly lunch meeting three years ago and invited some top managers to join them.
Dublin High School’s robotics team has come up with a creative solution to help clean parts of the school outside during the pandemic – a sanitising drone.
The coronavirus pandemic has hit women worldwide with job losses and closures of childcare centers. Yet a surprising bright spot is emerging: India’s US$200bil (RM817.26bil) technology services industry, where new rules are expected to provide female workers with a broad swath of flexible work arrangements and fresh employment opportunities.
There have been 85 reports of unlawful sexual intercourse between January and September this year, compared with 71 over the same period last year. ‘Sextortion’ cases jumped to 616 during the first three quarters of this year from 171 over the whole of last year.