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Billionaire has a new goal for his 17,000 workers: learn to code

Less than a decade after stunning workers at his Japanese tech giant with an edict to learn English, billionaire Hiroshi Mikitani wants to do the same with computer programming.

Tech News 1d ago

World’s biggest AI startup exploring cars, global expansion

SenseTime Group Ltd, the world’s most valuable artificial intelligence startup, plans to sustain growth by expanding globally and diving deeper into arenas from autonomous cars to health care.

The company counts education, self-driving vehicles as well as surgery and diagnostics among areas ripe for commercialising AI, Wong said. — Bloomberg
Tech News 10h ago

Tesla joins Apple in trade secret cases tied to China’s Xpeng

Tesla Inc accused one of its former engineers of stealing highly confidential autopilot information before bolting to Chinese rival Xpeng Motors, eight months after one of Apple Inc’s ex-employees was charged with taking sensitive robocar secrets to a new job with that same company.

Tech News 19h ago

How IBM is using AI to build the future of eSports casting

From The Masters to the US Open, IBM has been consistent in its involvement in real-world sports. Now IBM is hoping to evolve alongside it, “as sports play time migrates from the physical playing field to massive organised, multiplayer videogame competitions”.

This week at GDC 2019, IBM is presenting its artificial intelligence-driven vision for the future of eSports shoutcasting. — AFP
Tech News 10h ago

Digi offers dengue insurance to its subscribers

Digi subscribers will be able to get insurance against dengue and Zika virus, which is payable as part of their phone bill, under Digi's new Dengue Cover+ plan.

Digi subscribers will be able to get insurance against dengue and Zika virus, which is payable as part of their phone bill, under Digi's new Dengue Cover+ plan. — MUHAMAD SHAHRIL ROSLI/The Star
Tech News 9h ago

Apple’s growth depends on Androids: opinion

Much has been written about Apple Inc’s efforts to sell more stuff to the people who own 1.4 billion of the company’s iPhones and other hardware.

The clock is ticking on Apple’s strategy beyond its own hardware. — AP
Tech News 19 Mar 2019

Grab Malaysia to charge RM3 to RM5 cancellation fee, effective March 25

Grab Malaysia announces that the company will be charging a cancellation fee on passengers who cancel after five minutes of making a booking.

In an updated Passenger Cancellation Policy, Grab says passengers who cancel their rides five minutes after getting a driver, will be charged a fee ranging from RM3 to RM5. — The Star
Tech News 13h ago

Why did the 'Florida Man' make headlines on your birthday?

It's known for its theme parks and hot climate, but the Unites States' state of Florida also has a reputation for producing strange tales of misadventure.

Do the people of Florida follow a different set of rules compared to others around the world? — AP
Tech News 15h ago

Facebook admits storing passwords in plain text

Facebook on March 21 admitted that millions of passwords were stored in plain text on its internal servers, a security slip that left them readable by the social networking platform’s employees.

Facebook admitted that millions of passwords were stored in plain text on its internal servers, a security slip that left them readable by the social networking giant's employees. — AFP

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