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Twitter planning to charge users for special content
Twitter says it wants to reach 315 million 'monetizable' users in 2023. SAN FRANCISCO: Twitter said on Thursday it plans to offer a subscription service in which users would pay for special content from high-profile accounts, part of an economic model to diversify its revenue. The globally popular social media platform announced the potential new ...
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Drones using AI to track rare Māui dolphins
The population of the exquisite and highly endangered Māui dolphin, found off New Zealand’s North Island, has dwindled to an estimated 63 adults. (Photo: Otago University and NZ Whale and Dolphin Trust) WELLINGTON: The New Zealand's government said on Friday that it was backing a new project that uses drone technology to understand and protect the...
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DTAC aims to woo migrants
DTAC aims to woo migrants Incentives target foreign workforce DTAC says it is committed to serving migrant customers' needs. Total Access Communication (DTAC), the country's third largest mobile operator by subscribers, is deepening its focus on migrant workers from Myanmar and Cambodia through the use of incentives, including online pharmacy vo...
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Samart rejig aims to spur next generation
Samart rejig aims to spur next generation Company reshuffles executive positions "This fosters a sense of ownership among executives and the next generation of employees." — Watchai Vilailuck, President, Samart Corporation SET-listed tech and ICT solution provider Samart Corporation is following through with a major reshuffle in executive positi...
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SolarWinds hack required massive, sophisticated effort – Microsoft president
Microsoft President Brad Smith speaks during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on the SolarWind hack, which he attributed to Russian intelligence operatives. WASHINGTON: The stunning SolarWinds hack that cybersecurity experts blame on Russia likely took a massive, disciplined effort by more than 1,000 software engineers, Microsoft President ...
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SolarWinds hack was work of 'at least 1,000 engineers', tech executives tell Senate
Sign up for the Guardian Today US newsletterTech executives revealed that a historic cybersecurity breach that affected about 100 US companies and nine federal agencies was larger and more sophisticated than previously known.The revelations came during a hearing of the US Senate’s select committee on intelligence on Tuesday on last year’s hack of S...
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Depa, TikTok endorse digital content agreement
Mr Nuttapon (left) and Ms Chanida take part in a ceremony to mark a cooperative partnership between Depa and TikTok aimed at driving digital content for the benefit of business and to promote Thai influencers. The Digital Economy Promotion Agency (Depa) has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with video-based social media platform Tik...
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Most large firms seen using AI by 2025
Mr Hu delivers the keynote address at the Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2021. By 2025, 97% of large companies globally will make use of artificial intelligence (AI) technology while 60% of global carrier revenue will come from industrial customers, says Ken Hu, deputy chairman of global tech powerhouse Huawei Technologies. He was speaking at the ...
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After Facebook, Twitter ban, Trump fans and extremists turn elsewhere
Supporters of Donald Trump, including far-right extremists and QAnon conspiracy theorists, stormed the US Capitol on Jan 6, 2021 in a deadly attack. SAN FRANCISCO: Gab instead of Twitter, MeWe over Facebook, Telegram for messaging and Discord for insiders -- banned from mainstream platforms, US conspiracy and supremacist movements, many of which s...
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Mogul vs Mogul: Australia's tech law pits Murdoch against Zuckerberg
Australia's push to regulate tech giants has become a power struggle between two of the world's most powerful men: Rupert Murdoch and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg. SYDNEY: Australia's push to regulate tech giants has become a power struggle between two of the world's most powerful men, with Rupert Murdoch and Mark Zuckerberg locked in a generational...
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