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France to sue Google and Apple for ‘unfair business practices’

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French Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire says it's "unacceptable" that Google and Apple unilaterally impose prices and other contractual terms on software developers, and that this is hurting France's startups.


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Mar.08 -- グーグルの親会社アルファベットは、サンノゼで市が所有する40エーカー(約16.2万平方メートル)の土地の購入交渉を行っている。SAPセンターとディリドン鉄道駅近郊に新オフィスをつくるのが目的だ。ブルーバーグTVの...

New series, Pay Attention, looks at how technology impacts our ability to focus

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The average American spends 5 hours a day on mobile devices. As part of a new series, "CBS This Morning" co-host John Dickerson allowed cameras into his home to document how much he used his phone and computer. Dicker...


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Mar.01 -- 企業価値100億ドルと評価されているファイル共有サービスの米ドロップボックスが、米国で新規株式公開(IPO)を申請した。ブルームバーグTVによるリポート。

Almanac: The Luddites

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An anti-technological innovation movement was born on March 11, 1811, when textile workers in Nottingham, England, destroyed machines they believed threatened their livelihoods. Jane Pauley reports.


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Feb.28 -- ウーバー・テクノロジーズのダラ・コスロシャヒ最高経営責任者(CEO)が、スイスのダボスで行われた世界経済フォーラム年次総会で、ブルームバーグのジョン・ミクルスウェイト編集主幹のインタビューに応じた。2018年1月...

Goal-line technology will be used again at 2018 World Cup in Russia – TomoNews

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RUSSIA — Goal-line technology will be back again at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia. Here's a guide of the two goal-line systems that will be used to help referees decide whether a goal has been scored or not. One sys...

Expecting Mothers Can Now Print 3D Models of Their Unborn Child

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One new Russian tech company aims to provide a unique new service helps expecting mothers visualize their developing baby. After getting their tummies scanned with an ultrasound, mothers-to-be can now get that ultraso...

Go to Sleep on One Beach and Wake Up on Another in this Floating Hotel

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Japan's first floating hotel that protects guests against tsunamis was launched in the Dutch-themed Huis Ten Bosch theme-park in Nagasaki on Monday. The spherical capsule pod hotel room can be towed anywhere on the wa...

North Korea willing to give technology if U.S starts TALKS – Breaking News

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North Korea willing to give technology if U.S starts TALKS - Breaking News

Bangladesh: a country where blogging can get you killed | The Economist

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Secular writers and bloggers are being hacked to death in the streets of Bangladesh for sharing their views online. But the government seems to tolerate the violence. WARNING: UPSETTING CONTENT Click here to subscribe...

The week ahead: A lazy campaign

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India's election draws to a close, New York's 9/11 museum opens, nuclear talks with Iran resume and Mussolini's violin goes up for auction. For more video content from The Economist visit our website:

Cars of the future: tech and apps will make you ride not drive

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Ride-hailing apps such as Uber, Ola and Lyft are not only challenging taxi drivers around the world, they are also disrupting the car industry as a whole as people prefer to hail a ride than buy their own set of wheel...

The 2018 World Cup could lead to conflict on and off the pitch | The Economist

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The football World Cup in Russia will be the biggest sporting event of 2018. President Vladimir Putin will use the tournament to further his geopolitical goals. Click here to subscribe to The Economist on YouTube: htt...

The World in 2017 Top 10 countdown

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What will be the top ten stand out moments of 2017? Our countdown of the upcoming year's major stories. Click here to subscribe to The Economist on YouTube: For more from Economist Films v...

Bassem Youssef: Why we should laugh at leaders | The Economist

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Bassem Youssef has been called “the Jon Stewart of the Middle East”. On the seventh anniversary of Egypt’s Arab Spring he talks to The Economist’s award-winning cartoonist, KAL, about political satire and what it mean...

Chris Soghoian’s wake-up call on internet privacy

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Digital Editor of The Economist Tom Standage interviews Christopher Soghoian, Principal Technologist and Senior Policy Analyst, Speech, Privacy and Technology Project, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). For more m...

Airbnb busca volverse más popular agregando hoteles y un programa de lealtad.

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Feb.22-- Kevin Kopelman, analista de investigación de Cowen and Company, y Olivia Zaleski de Bloomberg hablan de los esfuerzos de Airbnb para popularizar sus servicios. Hablan en "Bloomberg Technology".

Angela Merkel’s rise to power, in five steps | The Economist

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Angela Merkel is expected to win her fourth term as German Chancellor. In doing so she would become Europe's most successful elected female politician. Her biographer, Jacqueline Boysen, tells us why Mrs Merkel is a p...

Sergei Shnurov: Rocking the Kremlin | The Economist

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Sergei Shnurov, described as Russia's most popular rock star, with a fanbase to match Putin. Meet Sergei Shnurov Click here to subscribe to The Economist on YouTube: Daily Watch: mind-stret...

Reflections on a revolution: Egypt, five years on

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In January 2011, protesters packed Egypt's streets to call for change. They succeeded in toppling the government, but little has changed for the better Click here to subscribe to The Economist on YouTube: http://econ....

BMW Aims to Have Self-Driving Cars on the Road by 2021

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BMW presented a level five autonomous driving car at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Monday, a car that would allow its driver to completely take his or her mind off the road, enabling the driver to eat, wat...

Laurie Garrett on studying pandemics

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The senior fellow of global health at the Council on Foreign Relations discusses recent publications from two groups studying avian flu, and why they were blocked for so long Subscribe NOW to The Economist: http://eco...

Swiss air travel concept could change how we fly

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LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND — Researchers at Switzerland's Federal Polytechnic Institute have conceptualized a new to ferry cargo and passengers. The pod plane concept could one day allow passengers to borad at rail station...

Tech upgrades push fighter jets to new limits

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Warplanes that cost billions to develop aren't worth much if they can't communicate when it's needed most. But CBS News' Carter Evans got a look at how technology is helping bridge the gap between fighter jets -- new ...


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Feb.15 -- 米ツイッターの株価が決算発表を受け上昇した。セリーナ・ワンとコリー・ジョンソンが、ブルームバーグTVで議論する。

A Japanese Company is Building an Elevator up to the Space

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A Japanese Company is Building an Elevator up to the Space in upcoming years, which will reduce the cost of taking something to the space by 90%. Will we be able to see the space inexpensively in future? Watch video ...

CEO de Acer: por qué fans llenan estadios para ver a gamers

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Feb.20-- Con millones de fans que llenan estadios para ver a los jugadores de videojuegos, los torneos de E-sports están comenzando a parecerse a los grandes conciertos o eventos deportivos. Para Acer, el gigante tecn...

Tesla Car ‘on Autopilot’ Crashes into Fire Truck

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The driver of a Tesla Model S crashed into a fire truck while driving down a California highway.

South Korea Hires Robot Volunteers to Help With PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics

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South Korea has announced plans to employ a fleet of 85 robot 'volunteers' during the Winter Olympics, including a vacuum bot, robots which provide info on the Games, drinks serving robots, and robot fish swimming in ...


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Feb.13 -- 日産自動車は、電気自動車市場で世界をリードしようと、向こう5年間で中国に1兆円を投資する方針だ。ルノー・日産自・三菱自動車連合でコネクテッド・カーとモビリティサービスを担当するシニアバイスプレジデント、オギ...

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