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Russian security firm Kaspersky is facing a fresh probe into its anti-virus software, which has been stepped up since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, a report claims.

Published in Technology Regulation

Online retail giant Amazon has been accused of misleading the government's Committee on the Judiciary about its business practices, in the wake of a Reuters report that the company was copying Indian products and manipulating search results to favour its own products over private Indian brands.

Published in Strategy

Payment provider Mastercard has become the third company in its sector to be banned from issuing cards in India, with the move coming in July, apparently due to its not adhering to rules on local data storage.

Published in Government Tech Policy

A story about US mercenaries going to work for the UAE Government, without obtaining the necessary American clearances, was claimed as an exclusive in 2019 by two Reuters reporters – even though the yarn had already been told three years earlier by a reporter for The Intercept.

Published in Security

ANALYSIS Claims that the Colonial Pipeline Company paid US$5 million as a ransom to the group behind the DarkSide Windows ransomware after it was attacked on 7 May need to be taken with a pinch of salt, seeing as the report was an "exclusive" from Bloomberg.

Published in Security

A court battle to decide who was the inventor of bitcoin has been given the go-ahead by the London High Court, a Reuters report says.

Published in Market

The kind of silly claims made by Western news media when it comes to cyber security attacks can be gauged from the latest "exclusive" put out by the British news agency Reuters: a claim that the FBI is investigating a postcard sent to security firm FireEye after it began looking closely at an attack on its own infrastructure.

Published in Open Sauce

Despite threats of retaliation from the US, France has decided to go ahead with a 3% tax on big technology firms, asking them to pay the levy next month.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Search behemoth Google may have another challenge on its hands next month, with a group of US states, both Republican and Democrat-run, planning a second anti-trust suit against the company.

Published in Technology Regulation

The British Government will reportedly set a deadline of 2025 for the removal of gear made by Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies from its 5G networks, a newspaper claims as reported by Reuters.

Published in Government Tech Policy

American officials have agreed on three measures to prevent China from obtaining US technology that can be diverted for use in the military, a report claims, adding that the only step remaining for these curbs to take effect is for US President Donald Trump to sign them into law.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Western hysteria over Huawei Technologies — and any one of a number of either Chinese or Russian companies — is not uncommon these days. But it is somewhat painful to see a news agency which claims to have credibility as Reuters does, just refusing to ask a few questions before running what is essentially a stupid story about Huawei.

Published in Open Sauce

Cloud content management provider Box has appointed a regional leader for Australia and New Zealand, with former Pegasystems managing director Scott Leader to take up the role.

Published in People Moves
Monday, 21 November 2016 12:33

Reuters Note7 poll appears to contradict itself

A poll carried out by Reuters and Ipsos on whether the Galaxy Note7 recall damaged Samsung's brand in the US has thrown up rather dubious findings.

Published in Mobility

Yahoo! searched all its users' emails using a specially built program in order to try and locate specific information demanded by American intelligence officials, according to a Reuters report.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Around half of the people in 26 countries surveyed by Reuters, including Australia, say they use social media as a source of news each week, with one in 10 saying it was their main source.

Published in Print Solutions

Global media agency Reuters has deployed SAP HANA enterprise cloud service as part of its US presidential election coverage.

Published in Market
Monday, 24 November 2014 06:55

Vodafone forced to deny sale speculation

Vodafone Australia – and the international Vodafone Group - needs to be very careful what it says. The smallest comment will set off the rumour mill.

Published in Listed Tech

Chinese telecoms giant Huawei will spend US$300 million on advertising next year, according to a senior executive. The money will be used to raise the company’s profile in the consumer market – which means smartphones.

Published in Strategy
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