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Huawei starts 5G test bed in Thailand

Thailand on Friday launched a Huawei Technologies 5G test bed, even as the United States urges its allies to bar the Chinese telecoms giant from building next-generation mobile networks.Huawei, the world's top producer of telecoms equipment and second-biggest maker of smartphones, has been facing mounting international scrutiny amid fears China could use its equipment for espionage, a concern the company says is

Twitter says it does not take action on political based views

Faced with allegations of being politically biased in India, Twitter on Friday said it believes in impartiality and does not take any actions, such as blocking of accounts, based on political views. Twitter, which has been accused by supporters of the ruling BJP of being biased against the right-wing, said "abuse and hateful conduct comes from accounts across the ideological spectrum" and it will continue to take

Google wants the US govt to make rules on AI

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the next-big-thing, which is partly useful and partly creepy. Having machines learn human behaviour to predict the needs is something that has potential implications on the notions of privacy and security.Addressing these concerns, Google recently released a white paper, outlining five areas where the government can work with civil society and Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Twitter wants a unique leader for India business

Twitter, which is growing with a positive trajectory in India, is looking for "a unique leader" who can take the country operations to the next level, the micro-blogging platform said on Friday."Twitter India is growing with a positive trajectory, in fact, one of the fastest-growing markets for Twitter in the world."While we are on the lookout for a unique leader who can take the team to the next level,

Amazon Inc jitters offset upbeat jobs data on Wall Street

Wall Street ended mixed on Friday, as optimism from a surge in January US job growth was offset by a weaker-than-expected outlook from Inc that battered retail stocks.The online retail heavyweight slumped 5.38 percent after its quarterly sales forecast fell short of Wall Street estimates, overshadowing its record sales and profit during the holiday season.Those results put the Nasdaq in negative

Chinese employee charged for stealing Apple Car project details

A Chinese engineer was charged with stealing secrets from a stealth self-driving vehicle project at Apple, a freshly unsealed criminal complaint revealed. Jizhong Chen was arrested in January, a day before he was booked on a flight to China where he had applied for a job with an autonomous car company, according to the criminal complaint filed this week in US court in California.The trade secrets theft charge

Facebook says Apple is restoring its key developer access

Facebook says Apple is restoring its access to a key development tool that the iPhone maker disabled Wednesday.Late Tuesday, TechCrunch reported that Facebook paid teens and other users who agreed to download an app called Facebook Research. That app could extensively track their phone and web use. Apple said Facebook was abusing the tool , known as a developer enterprise certificate, to distribute the app on

Tesla starts the sales of cheaper Model 3 car in China

US electric vehicle maker Tesla Inc said it will start taking orders in China on February 1 for a lower-priced version of its Model 3 car, as it seeks to accelerate China sales hit by trade friction between Washington and Beijing.The California-based firm said in a statement that Chinese customers will be allowed to place orders for a long range, rear-wheel-drive Model 3 variant whose price will start at 433,000

Tesla to start the deliveries of Model 3 in Europe

Electric vehicle maker Tesla has received the go-ahead to begin its Model 3 deliveries in Europe, less than a week after it announced laying off 7 per cent of its full-time employees to reduce costs and increase profits."The vehicle recently received approval by regulators to be driven on European roads. The Long-Range Battery version of the vehicle will be the first to be sold in Europe, it's expected to go on

Samsung India refreshes its SSD line-up

Expanding its Solid State Drive (SSD) portfolio in India, Samsung on Wednesday introduced "Samsung 970 EVO Plus" -- its latest non-volatile memory express (NVMe) with up to 2TB space with the aim to enable IT, tech and gaming industry to easily handle intensive workload on PCs.Powered by Samsung's fifth-generation Vertical (V)-NAND technology, "970 EVO Plus" will fuel superior performance in tasks like 4K