By Chris Jablonski
for Between the Lines
| October 25, 2004 -- 13:59 GMT (06:59 PDT)
| Topic: Tech Industry
In the 1970
Sun sets on emerging tech blog
10 military technologies that will change the face of battle
IEEE releases new standard for body area network
Wearable devices to usher in context-aware computing
Uber hit with lawsuit from former food delivery drivers
One of the drivers allegedly got paid around around AU$300 for 96 hours of work.
Technology challenges are standing in the way of Australian farmers: ACCC
Connectivity, interoperability, data portability, and data rights are hindering how agricultural businesses adopt digital technologies.
KT and Hyundai to collaborate in electric bus management
The South Korean telco will provide a fleet management system for Hyundai's electric buses.
Google to pay €500 million fine and €465 million in backdated taxes to France
Wraps up a French investigation into Google's tax activities that started back in 2016.
Google and Facebook have a new friend: The Koch family
As two of tech's biggest companies face antitrust investigations, a surprising defender emerges.
The irrelevant iPhone 11: Apple will crush Android with services, bundling, and cheap devices
Internal protests could ban Google from next SF Pride march
Google is unable to escape internal criticism for practices that appear to discriminate against LGBT communities.
51 tech CEOs send open letter to Congress asking for a federal data privacy law
CEOs who signed: Amazon, AT&T, Dell, IBM, SAP, Salesforce, Visa, Mastercard, and JP Morgan Chase.
Microsoft's top lawyer: Trump's Huawei ban makes no sense
Huawei ban is like preventing a hotel chain from buying beds, says Microsoft president Brad Smith.