A US judge on Friday issued a ruling in Fortnite creator Epic Games’ antitrust lawsuit against Apple’s App Store, striking down some of Apple’s restrictions on how developers can collect payments in apps.
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China’s Sinovac Biotech is in talks about setting up a vaccine production facility in South Africa with its local partner, the CEO of Numolux said on Friday.
Chips are set to remain in short supply for at least a year as demand from car makers and other manufacturers remains robust, said the head of Southeast Asia’s Integrated Micro-Electronics.
The proliferation of Covid-19 variants in Africa, partly attributed to the low rates of vaccination on the continent, could lead to vaccine-evading mutations that complicate attempts to end the pandemic.
Tencent and NetEase shed more than $60-billion of value on Thursday as investor fears grow that Chinese regulators are preparing to tighten their grip dramatically on the world’s largest gaming industry.
The justice department said it’s systems have been interrupted by a ransomware attack, the second such assault on a state institution in the past two months.
Facebook has launched its first smart glasses in a step towards its aim of offering true augmented-reality spectacles.
Despite efforts to make Eskom profitable, including a process of unbundling its divisions into separate entities, “the core problem of debt” has yet to be addressed, Futuregrowth Asset Management has said.
Amazon.com has told US regulators that Elon Musk does not believe government regulations apply to the billionaire who heads Tesla and SpaceX as the companies spar over rival satellite-based Internet plans.
Microsoft has warned some of its Azure cloud computing customers that a flaw discovered by security researchers could have allowed hackers access to their data.