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In a letter to a local legislator, Uber's Asia head said the US taxi-hailing service provider will soon terminate its businesses in Macau due to the escalating crackdown through local policies.
The New South Wales government is using state data to crack down on slumlords in Sydney taking advantage of international students needing a place to live.
Cyberforensics firm Mandiant has reported that APAC organisations are frequently unprepared to identify and respond to breaches, with a median response time of 374 days over that of the global median.
Revenues grew 34 percent year over year, with subscription revenues growing even faster.
HP once again revised its EPS projection for this fiscal year, which sent its shares falling around 5 percent in late trading.
So far, the only privacy guidelines governing drone use, issued by another federal agency, are not enforceable.
At Hot Chips this week, Nvidia announced details of its next-gen Tegra processor, known as "Parker," while others argued that digital signal processors can do the job better. All of them are vying to power emerging applications such as self-driving cars, drones, VR and augmented reality, and smart cameras.
As its namesake did for mathematics, Euclid Analytics aims to deal with physical world analytics in a formal and systematic way. Here's a look at EA's latest product.
Microsoft is adding new scheduling technologies to its productivity line-up via a new self-built app codenamed Project Sonoma, as well as a scheduling service from its Genee acquisition.