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Donald Trump extends the ban on the U.S. telecommunications supply chain for Huawei and ZTE

(Reuters– President Donald Trump on Wednesday extended an executive regulation signed in May 2019 that declared a national emergency and prevented US companies from using telecommunications equipment from companies that pose a national security risk. The order was based on the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, which empowers the president to regulate trade in response to a national emergency that …

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Corona virus and 5G: new devices are coming, but will networks be ready?

Everything with COVID-19 turned out to be more complicated than it initially seemed. Originally downplayed only as a flu variant with a short pregnancy window and a narrow ability to cause death, the coronavirus lurked in ignorant carriers for weeks, attacking victims of all ages, and closing almost entire nations. Three of these countries – the United States, South Korea, …

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Dathena raises $ 12 million for AI that monitors and classifies sensitive enterprise data

Dathena, a startup employing AI and machine learning to identify and protect sensitive enterprise data, today announced that it secured $ 12 million in equity financing. The fresh capital follows the opening of the company’s U.S. headquarters in New York City, and CEO Christopher Muffat says the funding will support Dathena’s R&D efforts and the hiring of stateside staff across …

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Valorant and Twitch build a symbiotic relationship of success

Online videos are bringing in more and more eyeballs as people get stuck at home. However, this also led to a great start for Riot’s competitive shooter Valorant, which then also contributes to growth for Twitch. Valorant and Twitch have built a symbiotic relationship that enables both to strengthen in terms of engagement and interest. And that was evident, according …

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Construction of a Silicon Valley from coast to coast

Facebook announced on Friday that it will enable its employees to work remotely by the end of the year. A number of other technology companies have similarly grim forecasts of when it will be safe to get employees back into the office. Companies like Amazon and Microsoft allow employees to stay home until October. Spoiled Googlers no doubt mourn their …

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Startups are changing global trade in the COVID 19 era – TechCrunch

“The idea that we will return to normal the moment we lift the restrictions is unlikely, even imaginative.” Scott Bade is a former speechwriter for Mike Bloomberg and co-author of “More Human: Shaping a World in Which People Are First”. Other contributions from this contributor Let’s give tech philanthropists the benefit of the doubt about COVID-19 How Huawei divides western …

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