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US investigating China's Huawei for allegedly stealing trade secrets

​Federal prosecutors are investigating Huawei Technologies, the world's largest telecommunications equipment maker, for allegedly stealing trade secrets from U.S. businesses and could soon issue an indictment, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.

Written by Reuters17 Jan. 19 10:24

HSBC used blockchain to settle $250B worth of trades

​HSBC has settled $250 billion worth of forex trades using blockchain in the last year, it said on Monday, suggesting the heavily hyped technology is gaining traction in a sector until now hesitant to embrace it.

Written by Reuters15 Jan. 19 09:30

Alphabet accused of covering up sexual misconduct

Two shareholder lawsuits filed this week accused the board of Google parent Alphabet Inc of playing a direct role in covering up sexual misconduct claims against two former executives over the last five years.

Written by Reuters14 Jan. 19 09:22

AMD takes aim at Intel and Nvidia with new 7nm chips

​Advanced Micro Devices on Wednesday unveiled its next generation smaller and power-efficient computer chip and a graphics processor, aiming at bigger rivals Intel Corp and Nvidia Corp.

Written by Reuters10 Jan. 19 13:41

Vehicle screens go super-sized at CES

Take a glance at the vehicle displays shown at CES and you could be forgiven for thinking you are at the movies.

Written by Reuters10 Jan. 19 10:13

Office of the future to open in Berlin

​Employees will not need a key to get into the office of the future when it opens in Berlin this year, featuring ample meeting space, plenty of copy machines always stocked with paper along with high-quality air processed to maximise worker health and minimise sick time.

Written by Reuters06 Jan. 19 16:13

Data belonging to German politicians published online in breach

Personal data and documents from hundreds of German politicians and public figures including Chancellor Angela Merkel have been published online in what appears to be one of Germany's most far-reaching data breaches.

Written by Reuters05 Jan. 19 13:20

Apple cuts forecast following weak China sales

​Apple on Wednesday cut its sales forecast for its latest quarter, with Chief Executive Tim Cook blaming slowing iPhone sales in China, whose economy has been dragged down by uncertainty around U.S.-China trade relations.

Written by Reuters03 Jan. 19 11:47

Virgin Galactic crewed plane completes test in space

A Virgin Galactic rocket plane reached space on Thursday and returned safely to the California desert, capping years of testing to become the first U.S. commercial human flight to breach Earth's atmosphere since America's shuttle program ended in 2011.

Written by Reuters14 Dec. 18 10:12

Apple to spend $1B on Austin, Texas campus

​Apple said on Thursday it would spend $1 billion to build a second campus in Austin, Texas, that will house up to 15,000 workers as part of a broader push by U.S. companies to create more domestic jobs.

Written by Reuters14 Dec. 18 10:01