Member states on Thursday voted for an American or a Russian to lead the International Telecommunication Union, which sets standards for new technologies.
Despite President Biden’s assurances at Wednesday’s United Nations meeting that the United States is not seeking a new Cold War, one is brewing between the world’s authoritarian regimes and democracies — and technology is fueling it. Late last week, Iran, Turkey, Myanmar and a few other countries took steps toward becoming full members of the … Read more
Unlike the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, the authoritarian regime in Venezuela in 2017 announced a smart identity card for its citizens that combines employment, voting and medical information with the help of the Chinese telecom company ZTE. Huawei, another Chinese telecom company, boasts a global network of 700 local locations smart city technologyAccording to the company’s … Read more
New Delhi: An industry group of India’s tech and telecoms giants has urged the central government to get the country’s internet shutdowns under control to help avoid the uncertainties caused by countries giving such orders, according to sources and a letter seen by Reuters. (Also read: Apple appeals against ban on selling iPhones without chargers … Read more
As tech companies slow to hire and lay off workers, previously busy recruiters are switching to other roles and lowering their rates.
Young people are increasingly comfortable consuming culture via digital or artificial intelligence avatars. Should the same guidelines and laws apply to those businesses?
Concerned about geopolitical tensions and stinged by pandemic lockdowns, Google, Apple and others are moving some business to neighboring countries.
After massive national investment in semiconductors to break the reliance on global chips, Mr. Xi seems unhappy with the results.