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Current feed - Reuters: Technology News

Canada teams up with tech giants to counter extremist content online
Canada announced funding and other initiatives on Wednesday to counter violent extremist content online by teaming with major technology companies Twitter, Facebook, Microsoft and Alphabet's Google.

Huawei Technologies loses trade secrets case against U.S. chip designer
A U.S. jury on Wednesday cleared California semiconductor designer CNEX Labs Inc of stealing trade secrets from Chinese electronics giant Huawei Technologies.

Tesla's senior production executive at Fremont facility quits: source
Tesla Inc's vice president of production at its Fremont factory, Peter Hochholdinger, has left after three years with the electric-car maker, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.

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Bitcoin soars past $13,000 as Facebook's Libra fuels demand
Bitcoin jumped to an 18-month high on Wednesday, as investors looked for safety in alternative investments amid geopolitical tension, and cheered prospects that Facebook Inc's Libra token could push cryptocurrencies into the mainstream.

Trump suggests EU out of line in suing U.S. tech firms
U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday suggested the European Union was out of line in suing U.S. technology companies like Facebook and Alphabet Inc's Google, saying legal action against those firms should be the purview of the United States.

U.S. manufacturing veterans launch 'microfactories' to assemble electronics
Bright Machines, a startup founded by a group of software and manufacturing executives, on Wednesday released its latest "microfactories" designed to automate the assembly of electronics.

White House plans new social media summit as Congress raises questions
The White House announced on Wednesday it will hold a summit on social media next month amid growing criticism from President Donald Trump and some in Congress.

Vodafone set for EU go-ahead on Liberty Global deal: sources
Vodafone is set to secure EU antitrust approval for its $22 billion bid for Liberty Global's cable networks in Germany and central Europe after offering concessions in May, people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

EU hits Broadcom with interim demands in antitrust probe
EU antitrust regulators want U.S. chipmaker Broadcom to scrap its exclusivity clauses with TV and modem makers to avoid irreparable harm to the market while they investigate whether this tactic and others are designed to block rivals.

Sweden's Ericsson to build factory in U.S. to make 5G radios
Swedish telecoms equipment supplier Ericsson said on Wednesday it plans to build its first fully-automated factory in the United States to make radios required to deploy 5G technology and make it operational in early next year.

 

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