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José María Álvarez-Pallete calls on Europe to recover its digital leadership
- • 5G and Data Economy are opportunities that need the right industrial policy behind them for Europe to achieve its digital vision - - - Financial Times ETNO Summit - José María Álvarez-Pallete: [url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yK6Gql2Ai0A[/url] If Europe wants to play a key role in the (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Guinea coach Paul Put accepts apology form his own player Ibrahima Cisse
Guinea coach Paul Put accepts an apology from his own midfielder Ibrahim Cisse for his angry reaction towards the Belgian after scoring against Rwanda.
[BBC News Africa]

Africa Cup of Nations: Nigeria coach Rohr wants more despite big win
Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr says his team must improve, despite a 4-0 victory over Libya in their Africa Cup of Nations qualifier on Saturday.
[BBC News Africa]

Kenyan girl golfer Chanelle Wangari aims for the top
Eleven-year-old Chanelle Wangari has broken into the top 10, making her Africa's top-ranked junior.
[BBC News Africa]

Google Call Screen: a robot that will answer spam calls
Not everything got leaked before Google's event today. One surprise announcement that wowed was Call Screen, a new feature that lets the Google Assistant answer your incoming calls and politely ask what the caller wants. A real-time transcript will appear on your screen, allowing you to decide (...)
[OSNews]

Google iPhone data privacy case blocked by High Court
Campaign group Google You Owe Us wanted compensation for people whose handsets were allegedly tracked.
[BBC]

Google iPhone data privacy case blocked by High Court
Campaign group Google You Owe Us wanted compensation for people whose handsets were allegedly tracked.
[BBC News]

The UK firm hoping to take on Google’s driverless cars
Tech giants are spending a fortune on autonomous vehicles, but a small UK rival wants to try to compete.
[BBC]

The UK firm hoping to take on Google’s driverless cars
Tech giants are spending a fortune on autonomous vehicles, but a small UK rival wants to try to compete.
[BBC News]

Kanye West deletes Twitter and Instagram accounts - again
It's not the first time that the rapper, who wants to be known as Ye, has shut down his social media accounts.
[BBC]

Kanye West deletes Twitter and Instagram accounts - again
It's not the first time that the rapper, who wants to be known as Ye, has shut down his social media accounts.
[BBC News]

Ruralco signs transformative digital deal with Telstra
Telstra and Ruralco announced a multi-million dollar partnership which will see Ruralco's outlets across Australia upgraded to Telstra's SD-WAN solution. One of Australia's leading agribusinesses, and largest regional supporters, the simplification of Ruralco's network services will help (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Would you want an AI version of yourself?
A personalised artificial intelligence bot which could help you make decisions is being developed.
[BBC]

Would you want an AI version of yourself?
A personalised artificial intelligence bot which could help you make decisions is being developed.
[BBC News]

Killing processes that don't want to die
Suppose you have a program running on your system that you don't quite trust. Maybe it's a program submitted by a student to an automated grading system. Or maybe it's a QEMU device model running in a Xen control domain ("domain 0" or "dom0"), and you want to make sure that even if an attacker (...)
[OSNews]

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