(Telecompaper) Netflix has announced the inauguration of its new office in France, located in the capital's ninth arrondissement. The company, which currently employs 40 people in the country, had previously opened a small office in Paris, but decided to close it in 2016. The new Paris office is its fourth in Europe.
Japan's prime minister has announced his country will create a space defence force, in an effort to protect it from technological threats.
(Telecompaper) Dutch navigation specialist TomTom has signed a deal to help Huawei with its maps, traffic information and navigation software, De Telegraaf reported. Huawei will use the information to develop its own apps, as an alternative to Google Maps. TomTom confirmed the agreement to De Telegraaf but declined to give any financial or other details, speaking only of a "multi-year agreement."
Viettel will bypass Huawei and use technology it has developed itself
Michael Spencer to invest £25m in markets technology fund Element Ventures
South Korean electronics group faces rising competition from rivals like Huawei
Companies cannot just build new technology and let market forces decide how it will be used
A NASA program could be ready to launch astronauts to orbit once again, and the number of people traveling to space could surge.
SpaceX has blown up a rocket to test an astronaut escape system as part of the company's final trial before it can fly manned missions.
Tadeusz Koscinski wants US home rental site to pay tax on Polish revenues
US-backed companies record rise in use of circumvention apps in recent weeks
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Marilyn Marks of the Coalition for Good Governance about the reasons behind the lawsuit seeking to bar Georgia from using its paperless voting machines.
After an Election Day meltdown last year, two lawsuits in Pennsylvania could result in the state decertifying a popular voting machine ahead of of the 2020 elections.
Big companies can use lawyers to protect IP while smaller players go to the wall
Ring offers a front-door view of a country where millions of Amazon customers use Amazon cameras to watch Amazon contractors deliver Amazon packages.
Investors must not be complacent about the risks of concentration
Abrupt departure of Charles Conn after 8 months has not been publicly announced
Huawei is not the only company suspected of being able to eavesdrop
“This should not have happened and we are taking steps to ensure it doesn’t happen again,” the company said.
Extraditing Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou to the United States based on American sanctions against Iran would set a dangerous precedent and could even undermine Canada's policy towards Iran, Meng's lawyers argued in court documents released on Friday.