Why Vietnam’s ‘Silicon Valley’ Won’t Be Like California’s

Why Vietnam’s ‘Silicon Valley’ Won’t Be Like California’s

May/27 By

Vietnam’s financial hub is setting aside land to develop what locals call a new “Silicon Valley,” a reference to the area of California where a lot of new technology is developed, but with not-so-California characteristics, such as state planning and a lack of venture capital. The Home Affairs Department of Ho Chi Minh City filed …

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WSJ: Amazon in Advanced Talks to Buy Self-Driving Startup Zoox

WSJ: Amazon in Advanced Talks to Buy Self-Driving Startup Zoox

May/27 By

Amazon.com Inc is in advanced talks to buy self-driving startup Zoox Inc, in a move that would expand the e-commerce giant’s reach in autonomous-vehicle technology, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.The deal will value Zoox at less than the $3.2 billion it achieved in a funding round in 2018, …

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Italy’s New COVID-19 App Tracks Contacts and Protects Privacy

Italy’s New COVID-19 App Tracks Contacts and Protects Privacy

May/26 By

Italy’s new contact tracing app for the coronavirus is about to be launched in a number of pilot regions. It will be available to everyone in the country on a voluntary basis and will guarantee the privacy of users, officials who commissioned its development say.   Italians will be able …

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Cyberattacks Spike Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Cyberattacks Spike Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

May/25 By

Cyberattacks have been flying fast and furious around the world during these days of global uncertainty because of the coronavirus. Countries accuse each other of engaging in cyber warfare, and each of the accused also claims to be a cyber victim. International organizations dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic have also …

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Teen Collects Old Devices so COVID-19 Patients Can Connect with Loved Ones

Teen Collects Old Devices so COVID-19 Patients Can Connect with Loved Ones

May/24 By

A New England teenager is collecting old devices to connect loved ones to patients quarantined in hospital rooms. VOA’s Arash Arabasadi brings us this good news story from New England. …

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SpaceX’s 1st Astronaut Launch Breaking New Ground for Style 

SpaceX’s 1st Astronaut Launch Breaking New Ground for Style 

May/24 By

The first astronauts launched by SpaceX are breaking new ground for style with hip spacesuits, gull-wing Teslas and a sleek rocketship — all of it white with black trim.   The color coordinating is thanks to Elon Musk, the driving force behind both SpaceX and Tesla, and a big fan of flash …

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How Deaf Community Solved Online Education Resource Shortage

How Deaf Community Solved Online Education Resource Shortage

May/20 By

Adjusting to online education could be tough. For deaf and hard of hearing students and educators, it’s probably more so. Now teachers are creating their own online resources in American Sign Language to overcome this difficult time. VOA’s Calla Yu has more.Camera: Austin Ao    …

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Initially Thrilled to Telework, India Workers Miss the Office

Initially Thrilled to Telework, India Workers Miss the Office

May/19 By

As she settled down to work from home when India announced a lockdown in March, Shweta Andrews thought exultantly “this is the way to go.” After all she no longer had to do the grinding commute between office and home in the Indian capital that took up two hours daily.Two …

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Remote Work May Be India’s Future, But Everyone Not On Board

Remote Work May Be India’s Future, But Everyone Not On Board

May/19 By

As she settled down to work from home when India announced a lockdown in March, Shweta Andrews thought exultantly “this is the way to go.” After all she no longer had to do the grinding commute between office and home in the Indian capital that took up two hours daily.Two …

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China Threatens to Put American Tech Giants on Its ‘Unreliable Entity List’ 

China Threatens to Put American Tech Giants on Its ‘Unreliable Entity List’ 

May/19 By

China has responded to a new U.S. ban targeting telecom giant Huawei, threatening to retaliate through a series of countermeasures, including putting U.S. companies such as Apple, Qualcomm and Cisco on an “unreliable entity list” that would seriously impede their sales in Chinese markets.   The U.S. Commerce Department on Friday threw a one-two punch …

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Analysis: Privacy Worries Could Derail Virus Tracking Plans

Analysis: Privacy Worries Could Derail Virus Tracking Plans

May/18 By

Worries about the breach of individual privacy rights could undermine Louisiana’s ability to quickly pinpoint those who have encountered someone infected with COVID-19, a tracking plan that public health experts say is critical to slowing the spread of the coronavirus disease.Gov. John Bel Edwards has started reopening much of Louisiana’s …

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