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Tech giants face stricter government regulation in the US

The US Congress commenced hearings on the growing market influence of leading high-tech companies, namely, Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google. The companies had to respond to claims of market dominance, obstructing competition, and careless handling of user data. Despite objections of the firms,...

Nestle's Head: Veggie meat is new megatrend

According to the chief executive officer of Nestle, the world's largest producer of food products, the veggie "meat" will turn from an exotic alternative into a "significant megatrend." In an interview with the MarketWatch, Mark Schneider said that his company is developing a large range of...

Huawei may introduce Android replacement in August

Huawei has announced Huawei Developer Conference 2019. During the event, the manufacturer may present its own mobile operating system, which should be a possible replacement for Android. The conference will be divided into three parts: speeches of developers, technical forum and Codelabs. The main...

Are US high-tech investors causing brain drain in Europe?

Last week, a group of British scientists in the field of quantum computing moved to Silicon Valley to establish a startup called PsiQ. The company is invested from Playground venture firm created by Android founder Andy Rubin, who sold the last two projects to Amazon. This is not the first time...

'Russia's Google' Yandex Was Hacked By Western Intelligence For Spying: Reuters

In late 2018, the server of the Russian internet search company Yandex was broken into by hackers employed by Western intelligence agencies with the aim of injecting a rare type of malware that was capable of spying on user accounts, reported news agency Reuters citing information from four sources...

Reuters: Chinese hackers were stealing data from IT giants for years

Reuters presented its own investigation, which shows that Chinese companies have been stealing data from Western companies for years, hacking into cloud services and other IT services. Among the IT companies that were attacked by hackers allegedly associated with the Chinese authorities were...

China's first solar power molten salt plant sets record

China's first solar power plant using molten salt as a coolant with a capacity of 100 megawatts in Dunhuang (Gansu Province) has successfully generated electricity at full power, reports Chinanews.com. Nearly 20 hours of maintenance records on Monday showed that the power station systems were...

WSJ announces imminent start of Boeing 737 MAX flight tests

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) may launch flight tests of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft already this week since the manufacturer has corrected the shortcomings in automated systems that caused two crashes. This was reported by The Wall Street Journal, citing informed sources. Boeing CEO...

Study: Machine learning is five times more harmful for the environment than a car

Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) decided to find out how much energy is required by advanced machine learning models and how much carbon dioxide they emit in the process of improving their skills. Comparing the data of four models, they concluded that AI training is...

Would Singapore Be The First One To Bring Lab Grown Shrimps To The Global Market?

Singapore’s food market’s future strengthens with innovation and technology which is supported by investors and government. Singapore is a small south-eastern city in Asia which seems to be “an unlikely” place for seeing revolution in the farming sector. However, the island of “5.6 million people”...
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