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  • Reuters - UK Focus21 hours ago

    MORNING BID EUROPE-Catalan brinkmanship, businesses' Brexit beef

    LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 23 (Reuters) - The Madrid government had made it clear to Catalonia’s independence leaders - you can check out but you can never leave. The imposition of direct rule by Madrid at the weekend takes the confrontation to a new level. The immediate question is how in practical terms Madrid can enforce the measures if civil servants and other institutions resist and whether this leads to more civil disobedience.

  • Intel working with Facebook on chips for AI
    AFP6 days ago

    Intel working with Facebook on chips for AI

    Intel CEO Brian Krzanich says his company wants to be at the forefront of computer chips designed for artificial intelligence applications

  • Transatlantic tussles: EU cases against US firms
    AFP20 days ago

    Transatlantic tussles: EU cases against US firms

    The EU says Apple owes Ireland 13 billion euros in back taxes

  • Former Intel chief Paul Otellini dies
    AFP20 days ago

    Former Intel chief Paul Otellini dies

    Former Intel CEO Paul Otellini, seen here in a 2012 photo at an International Consumer Electronics Show, led the chipmaker from 2005 to 2013

  • Google to create 'separate' shopping unit to avoid EU fines
    AFP26 days ago

    Google to create 'separate' shopping unit to avoid EU fines

    Google's search results are prized internet real estate with the US giant controlling roughly 90 percent of the search market in Europe, according to EU data

  • Reuters - UK Focus27 days ago

    Reuters Top 100: The World's Most Innovative Universities - 2017

    The most innovative university in the world, for the third consecutive year, is Stanford University. Located in the heart of California's Silicon Valley, Stanford has long played a key role in the development of our modern networked world: A Stanford professor designed the basic communication standard for the Internet, and university alumni founded some of the biggest tech companies in the world, including Google, Intel (Euronext: INCO.NX - news) , Hewlett-Packard and Netflix (Xetra: 552484 - news) . Innovations that originate at Stanford are frequently cited by researchers elsewhere in academia and in private industry.

  • 'Car nation' Germany distrustful of driverless vehicles
    AFPlast month

    'Car nation' Germany distrustful of driverless vehicles

    Visitors to the IAA can be taken for a spin in driverless cars

  • Intel chips loaded in Waymo self-driving minivans
    AFPlast month

    Intel chips loaded in Waymo self-driving minivans

    Waymo CEO John Krafcik displays a customized Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid at the Detroit auto show that will be used for Google's autonomous vehicle program

  • Google begins EU showdown to appeal £2.2bn record fine
    Sky Newslast month

    Google begins EU showdown to appeal £2.2bn record fine

    Google has launched an appeal against a record €2.4bn (£2.2bn) fine imposed by the European Commission. In June, the Silicon Valley giant was found to have given its own online shopping service an illegal advantage in internet search results across 13 countries within the European Economic Area - including the UK. Google is now set for a legal showdown in Brussels that could take years to resolve, and add further strain on already tense relations between the company and the EU.

  • Google launches appeal against ?2.4 bn EU fine: court
    AFPlast month

    Google launches appeal against ?2.4 bn EU fine: court

    EU hit Google with the record fine in June for illegally favouring its shopping service in search results

  • EU court orders re-examination of Intel anti-trust fine
    AFP2 months ago

    EU court orders re-examination of Intel anti-trust fine

    The European Court of Justice has ordered a re-examination of a record fine of 1.06 billion euros ($1.16 billion) on US chip giant Intel.

  • Google proposals 'in right direction,' EU anti-trust chief says
    AFP2 months ago

    Google proposals 'in right direction,' EU anti-trust chief says

    EU Commissioner of Competition Margrethe Vestager hit Google with the mega fine in June 2017 for illegally favouring its shopping service in search results

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook critical of Trump in leaked memo
    Sky News2 months ago

    Apple CEO Tim Cook critical of Trump in leaked memo

    Apple CEO Tim Cook has become the latest US executive to criticise Donald Trump over his reaction to white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. Mr Cook said he disagreed with the US President's ...

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook: I disagree with Trump on Charlottesville
    Sky News2 months ago

    Apple CEO Tim Cook: I disagree with Trump on Charlottesville

    Apple CEO Tim Cook has become the latest US executive to criticise Donald Trump over his reaction to white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. Mr Cook said he disagreed with the US President's ...

  • Trump business council disbands as criticism over Charlottesville reaction grows
    Sky News2 months ago

    Trump business council disbands as criticism over Charlottesville reaction grows

    Donald Trump has been forced to disband two White House business councils after the high profile resignations of five chief executives over his Charlottesville comments. The US President has been heavily ...

  • Fiat joins BMW-led group to develop driverless cars
    AFP2 months ago

    Fiat joins BMW-led group to develop driverless cars

    Italian-American automaker Fiat Chrysler said it is joining a BMW-led group to develop fully self-driving vehicles.

  • Trump, the businessman president, loses CEO support
    AFP2 months ago

    Trump, the businessman president, loses CEO support

    In February, US President Donald Trump (2nd L) and Intel CEO Brian Krzanich (L) met in the Oval Office -- this week, Krzanich left his advisory panel on manufacturing

  • After Merck, CEOs of Intel, Under Armour quit Trump panel over rally
    AFP2 months ago

    After Merck, CEOs of Intel, Under Armour quit Trump panel over rally

    Protesters gather outside Trump Tower in New York to demonstrate against US President Donald Trump on August 14, 2017

  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich latest to leave Trump adviser group
    Sky News2 months ago

    Intel CEO Brian Krzanich latest to leave Trump adviser group

    The chief executive of tech giant Intel (Euronext: INCO.NX - news) is the latest high-profile figure to quit a group that advises the Trump administration. Brian Krzanich said he was leaving the President's manufacturing council because he was concerned about the harm "our divided political climate" is causing to issues such as equality. It follows the resignations from the same group on Monday of Kenneth Frazier , the black chief executive of pharmaceutical giant Merck (LSE: 0O14.L - news) , and Kevin Plank, the CEO of Under Armour (Xetra: U9R.DE - news) .

  • Intel set to roll out 100 self-driving cars
    AFP2 months ago

    Intel set to roll out 100 self-driving cars

    Intel says it will begin rolling out fully autonomous vehicles later this year for testing in Europe, Israel, and the US

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    MORNING BID EUROPE-Sweden: government on the brink

    Sweden's already shaky minority government faces collapse over its handling of a botched IT out-sourcing deal which exposed millions of Swedes to potential leaks of sensitive information. Opposition parties ...

  • Is this finally a fight Google can't win?
    Sky News4 months ago

    Is this finally a fight Google can't win?

    It is less than 30 years since a small group of three computer science students at a Canadian university were bemoaning how hard it was to find things on a computer network. Exasperated, one of them, a young man called Alan Emtage, wrote a bit of code that could sort through files on a database and find the one you wanted. Alan Emtage had invented the concept of a search engine.

  • Google history offers clue to massive fine imposed by EU
    Sky News4 months ago

    Google history offers clue to massive fine imposed by EU

    Exasperated, one of them, a young man called Alan Emtage, wrote a bit of code that could sort through files on a database and find the one you wanted. Alan Emtage had invented the concept of a search engine. Many of us now use Google products for our email, our maps, for our word processing.

  • Google hit with record 2.4 bn euro EU fine
    AFP4 months ago

    Google hit with record 2.4 bn euro EU fine

    European Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager addresses a press conference on an anti-trust case against US search engine Google at the European Commission in Brussels, on June 27, 2017

  • Google fined record 2.4 bn euros by EU
    AFP4 months ago

    Google fined record 2.4 bn euros by EU

    The EU accuses Google of giving its own online service, Google Shopping, too much priority in search results to the detriment of other price comparison services

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