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There has been concern for months in Silicon Valley that the eventual Democratic US presidential candidate would be someone who wanted to break up large technology companies. Bernie Sanders’s decision Wednesday to end his campaign effectively ends that scenario, leaving a presumptive nominee – former vice president Joe Biden – who is comparatively content with the way Silicon Valley does business.
China’s telcos join forces to introduce 5G-based messaging service but analysts see uphill battle to unseat WeChat
New service promised by Chinese telcos will face stiff competition from entrenched apps that have added functions to increase their user base and traffic.
Widower Per Leif Rolid lives alone on his farm, a two-hour drive from Oslo. His sense of isolation has mounted with the Covid-19 pandemic, but a simple screen is helping him stay in touch – without requiring any computer know-how.
Several Chinese online retailers have offered discounts on Apple Inc's iPhone 11, Reuters checks on March 9 revealed.
The initiative echoes efforts in mainland China, where various AI applications are used to help contain the pandemic. Germany is among the five countries with the highest number of coronavirus cases worldwide, which include the United States, Spain, Italy and France.
NEW YORK: Walt Disney Co said on Wednesday that Disney+ has attracted more than 50 million paid users, with 8 million of them coming from India where the video streaming service was rolled out last week.
The French government is working on a smartphone app that could warn users if they came into contact with a coronavirus carrier, ministers said on Wednesday, in a move likely to raise questions about the impact of tracing technology on civil liberties.
The Malaysian artiste films his Meat Out V Cuisine online cooking show using his smartphone, holding the gadget with his left hand and using the spatula with his right.
Smartphone sales in China are rising again as Covid-19 cases there decline and global demand for chips used in work-from-home networks is surging, positioning Asian tech firms for a slow but steady recovery, their early quarterly report cards showed.