Even the streaming giant has problems getting a foothold in China it seems. After years of looking into China’s media landscape, the streaming service has just said that it will halt all launch plans in the country for now.
The company claims its technology is able to recognize the words in a conversation as well as a human being.
Singtel enters the smart home space, partners with Hanman International to create a Z-Wave Plus controller
The new Singtel SmartHome features a smart hub that can connect and communicate with more than 200 compatible smart devices, such as motion sensors, contact sensors, and smart cameras. And you don't need to be a Singtel customer to buy it.
End-to-end encryption is finally available for users of the Facebook Messenger mobile app, but it isn’t enabled by default.
Adopting an O2O business strategy, Wusify also claims to be the only B2B2C e-commerce mobile platform in the world. More about this new online marketplace after the jump. (And oh, remember to read to the end and watch the video.)
According to an incriminating report by Reuters, Yahoo has built software that scans its users’ emails for the US intelligence services. The company complied with several intelligence agencies’ request for scanning all incoming emails.
The combined facility here is the company’s first regional transparency center in the Asia Pacific region, as well as its first full-fledged cybersecurity center in Southeast Asia.
Microsoft creates a new 5,000-strong AI division; forms 'Partnership on AI' with Google, Facebook, Amazon, and IBM
In an attempt to democratize artificial intelligence, Microsoft is doing a major company re-org. Furthermore, to address issues surrounding AI, it's forming a partnership with several Silicon Valley heavyweights.
If you've a Yahoo account, you need to change your password...like right now.
There's a new messaging app in town today for Android phones and iPhones, and it's Allo from Google. Should you use it over Hangouts? Here's what you need to know about it.