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The telecommunications industry is calling for Europe-wide network testing to avoid banning providers like Huawei

( Reuters ) – The telecoms industry has called on European governments to set up a test regime to protect network security with mobile operators, without having to take the disruptive step of excluding providers from the market. 19659002] The GSMA initiative, which represents 800 operators worldwide, is coming under pressure from the United States to urge its allies to …

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Rainbow Six: Victory continues Ubisoft's growth

French publisher Ubisoft had another strong quarter thanks to games like Rainbow Six: Siege, Assassin's Creed: Odyssey and Far Cry 5. As a result, the company generated net income of $ 684.1 million in the third quarter ended December 31. Ubisoft's forecast of 677.6 million US dollars was thus significantly exceeded. Ubisoft found that its games perform well at launch …

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Machine love: 4 ways AI is helping humans on Valentine's Day

It's Valentine's Day – the holiday on which couples celebrates their love for one another by gifting chocolates and roses, sharing candlelit meals, and basking together in the glow of a fire (or television). If you're hitched and somehow procrastinated until now, not to worry – fortunately, artificial intelligence (AI) can help. While they are doing their thing, they're making …

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Israel's DriveNets are raising $ 110 million to facilitate the provision of Telco services

DriveNets network software launches today stealth mode when it was revealed that the company had raised $ 110 million in venture capital. Israel-based cloud-based service called DriveNets, called Network Cloud, makes it easy to deliver new services to carriers at a time when many telcos are facing declining profit margins. Bessemer Venture Partners and Pitango Growth are the main investors …

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China's Didi dismiss 15% of its employees – TechCrunch

China's Largest Ride Place Didi plans to release 15 percent of its workforce or approximately 2,000 employees this year, TechCrunch said. The cut is made as the besieged transport giant manages a tighter regulatory environment that is affecting the driver supply and the repercussions of two high-profile passenger murders last year. Cheng Wei, the company's chief executive, announced the announcement …

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China's Didi is laying off 15% of its staff – TechCrunch

China's largest ride-hailing firm DidC plans to drop 15 percent of its employees or about 2,000 people this year, sources told TechCrunch. Chief Executive Cheng Wei made the announcement during an internal meeting Friday morning as didi wants to scale back its non-core businesses and step-up investments in key areas, including safety technology, product engineering, offline driver management and international …

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Spotify claims to have bought Gimlet and Anchor – TechCrunch

Spotify doubled its podcasts last week and bought the podcast networks Gimlet and Anchor. These acquisitions were initially unknown, but Spotify has quietly confirmed that it has spent 300 million euros (just under $ 340 million) on the acquisition of the companies. This corresponds to a SEC filing – the recode title Peter Kafka – which handles transactions that were …

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Mamoon Hamid from Kleiner believes we could be in a 15-year bull market (and other company insights) – TechCrunch

Late last month, venture capitalist Kleiner Perkins launched an official reboot with a new $ 600 million fund and some new faces that pave the way for the outfit, including Mamoon Hamid and Ilya Fushman Kleiner from Social Capital, respectively Index Ventures. Your roles in the 47-year-old company are closely monitored. Kleiner was considered part of a very small circle …

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