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Toxic air and gridlock: India’s tech cities are choking on their success

Like thousands of others, Megha Mathur movedto the Indian city of Gurgaon for acoveted job in tech. She soon realized she wouldn’t be able to live there very long. The pollution was so bad she had to check an air quality app on her phone several times a day to see whether it was safe […]

HOW 5G APPS WILL TRANSFORM CHINA – PART 2

The inaugural 2019 World 5G Convention in Beijing from 20 to 23 November 2019 brought together thousands of experts and industry insiders to exchange ideas and showcase the latest applications of 5G. Whilst 5G is still at its very early stage of development, China has been actively exploring its applications in different areas. At the […]

Chinese tech companies are shaping UN facial recognition standards

Chinese tech giants are shaping United Nations’ standards for facial recognition as well as video monitoring, according to a Financial Times report based on leaked documents. China’s telecommunications equipment maker ZTE, security camera maker Dahua Technology and the state-owned Chinese telecommunication company China Telecom are among those proposing new international standards in the UN’s International Telecommunication Union […]

How 5G Apps Will Transform China – Part 1

By Charles F Moreira, Editor After having faced a slew of problems such as sanctions against telecommunications company Huawei, fear uncertainty and doubt created over alleged national security threats from its 5G cellular communications equipment in the United States, some European Union countries and some other countries, as well as fear, uncertainty and doubt expressed […]

India’s slowing economy takes deadly turn, but Modi’s in denial

When Vodafone Chief executive Nick Read told reporters in London this month the company might have to shut up shop in India, the response from New Delhi was swift and unequivocal. Almost as soon as Read had finished his press conference – in which he alluded to two lawsuits that have left the company owing US$55 million […]

VMware: APAC CIOs are Expected to Embrace Cutting-Edge, Data-Driven Technologies

According to VMware, the role of CIOs in APAC and Japan will take a strategic turn by 2025. Organizations will turn to their CIOs, who will harness their technology expertise to build, run, manage, connect and protect applications on any cloud and across any device to power business expansion. Looking ahead to 2025, CIOs will […]

FAA Announces New Finance Qualification Structure

The Finance Accreditation Agency (FAA), an international independent quality assurance and accreditation body for the Financial Services Industry (FSI), announced the launch of its Finance Professional Qualifications Structure (FPQS). Mr Khairul Nizam, the Chief Executive Officer, FAA says, “FAAs accreditation is globally recognised and today we are proud to announce the launch of the Finance […]

Why China’s Digital Currency Is a ‘Wake-Up Call’ for the U.S.

China’s central bank may launch its own digital currency in the next 18 months amid strong endorsements of blockchain from the highest levels of government, signaling a desire for China to be self-reliant and globally competitive and adding another dimension to the growing U.S.-China tech rivalry. Read more: https://fortune.com/2019/11/01/china-digital-currency-libra-wakeup-call-us/ SOURCE: FORTUNE (2)

Google, Walmart Help Drive India Payments Past 1 Billion Transactions

A payments platform created by India’s largest retail banks surpassed a billion transactions in October, a milestone that affirms the tremendous growth of services offered by U.S. giants from Walmart Inc. to Amazon.com Inc. and Google. Indian digital payments took off when the government pushed demonetization in 2016, invalidating most of the country’s high-value currency notes in a move to curb corruption […]

India Will Have a Say in Whether China Dominates 5G

Will Huawei Technologies build India’s 5G wireless networks? In the technological cold war between the U.S. and China, India—the world’s second-largest wireless market by number of users—may be the biggest prize up for grabs. Washington wants India to reject Huawei and instead choose one of its Western rivals, Sweden’s Ericsson or Finland’s Nokia. Beijing, needless […]

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