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Huawei controversy opens field for 5G challengers

Huawei controversy opens field for 5G challengers

TOKYO: With growing pressure to keep China's Huawei out of 5G network development, it could be time for firms like Japan's NEC and South Korea's Samsung to shine.

28 Jun 2020 1
Under pressure, Google to pay some outlets for news content

Under pressure, Google to pay some outlets for news content

WASHINGTON: Google announced plans Thursday to pay some news organisations for content in a departure from its past practice following pressure from governments and media groups around the world.

26 Jun 2020 1

NBTC signs deal with airports to back 5G

The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) has signed a deal with the Department of Airports (DoA) to support 5G technology for its regional airports, with Krabi airport serving as a pilot project.

25 Jun 2020 1
NBTC signs deal with airports to back 5G

Demand for IT jobs soars amid crisis

IT will be the most in-demand job category in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic as organisations gear up for digital transformation, says job portal JobsDB Thailand.

24 Jun 2020 7
Demand for IT jobs soars amid crisis
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Singapore airport adopts contactless toilets and robot cleaners

Singapore’s Changi Airport is trialling and implementing a range of new anti-virus measures as it prepares for a gradual resumption of flights in the post Covid-19 outbreak world.

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Singapore airport adopts contactless toilets and robot cleaners
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Facebook boots far-right network and boosts original news

SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook disrupted a "violent US-based anti-government network" and vowed to give original news priority as it remained under fire for what it takes down and lets stay.

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Facebook boots far-right network and boosts original news
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Edit your apps

- I've never been a Twitter user as I find that platform full of bullies and one-sided, poorly researched commentary. By comparison I am now active on Parler, which is a similar platform, but is not restricted to only those ideas that Twitter supports. It is populated by people whose ideas I enjoy reading. If you are bored with the Twits on Twitter then come on over to Parler as an alternative.

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Edit your apps
30 Jun 2020

TikTok denies sharing Indian user data with Chinese govt

NEW DELHI: TikTok denied Tuesday sharing Indian users' data with the Chinese government, after New Delhi banned the wildly popular app in a sharp deterioration of relations with Beijing two weeks after a deadly border clash.

30 Jun 2020
TikTok denies sharing Indian user data with Chinese govt
30 Jun 2020

5G a boon for tourism, healthcare

Tourism and healthcare are expected to benefit from 5G technology the most, with the country on a recovery path from the pandemic, says Chinese tech giant Huawei.

30 Jun 2020 1
5G a boon for tourism, healthcare
30 Jun 2020

AIS virtual exhibition starts up

Leading mobile operator Advanced Info Service (AIS) has launched the first virtual exhibition in Thailand to bring an immersive experience to audiences and promote smartphones, gadgets and other items, as the pandemic is fuelling the hybrid online-offline trend for exhibitions.

30 Jun 2020
AIS virtual exhibition starts up
28 Jun 2020

Huawei controversy opens field for 5G challengers

TOKYO: With growing pressure to keep China's Huawei out of 5G network development, it could be time for firms like Japan's NEC and South Korea's Samsung to shine.

28 Jun 2020 1
Huawei controversy opens field for 5G challengers
27 Jun 2020

Facebook ramps up efforts to curb 'hateful content' in ads

WASHINGTON: Facebook said Friday it would ban a "wider category of hateful content" in ads as the embattled social media giant moved to respond to widening protests over its handling of inflammatory posts.

27 Jun 2020 49
Facebook ramps up efforts to curb 'hateful content' in ads
26 Jun 2020

Nasa launches Lunar Loo challenge

WASHINGTON: Everyone poops.

26 Jun 2020 2
Nasa launches Lunar Loo challenge
26 Jun 2020

Under pressure, Google to pay some outlets for news content

WASHINGTON: Google announced plans Thursday to pay some news organisations for content in a departure from its past practice following pressure from governments and media groups around the world.

26 Jun 2020 1
Under pressure, Google to pay some outlets for news content