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    The latest tech news is always changing as hi-tech firms continually release new data, mobile gadgets and software, Find out about new AI, VR, robotics, gaming, fintech and other hot technology topics as the announcements are made and as the latest developments happen. Don’t let yourself fall behind as this industry races forward.
    Apple iPhone’s Production Set to Increase In 2021

    With COVID continuing to last for at least the first semester of 2021, smartphone usage is set to go up, Apple will increase its iPhone production by 30%.
    Amazon New Devices Question Data Privacy

    Amazon launched two devices five days apart that worries consumers and media about data privacy and violation of intimacy.
    Pentagon awards United Launch Alliance, SpaceX launch contracts

    Elon Musk's SpaceX will now be in charge of 40% of launch mission service for the U.S Space Force and Missiles Systems until 2024.
    Google headquarters offices in London close to St Pancras International and Kings Cross train stations

    Silicon Valley is living its heydays: with giant tech Google celebrating its Alaphabet's trillion dollar valuation, tech shares have been soaring.
    EU Emissions Rules

    New EU Emissions Rules go into effect on 1 January 2020 and are likely to bring mega-fines to major car manufacturers.
    Why Is Tesla Decreasing its Prices in China?

    Tesla Decreasing Its Prices: Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, announced on Wendesday it will cut its prices by 20% for its Sedan 3 model in China.
    Aramco and Tesla Redefine What Stock Price Means

    Aramco and Tesla may be companies from opposite ends of the spectrum, but their stock prices and valuations have very important core factors in common.
    Google slammed €150M fine Over Ad Rules

    Google Google Slammed €150 million fine for "brutal and unjustified" banning of keyword advertisers on its platform. Read more
    Many bugs and unknowns with Google Stadia, the new console-free gaming service.

    Google Fails in Launching a game-streaming platform, while its shares soared on the markets. As a result, experts think the project might be put on hold.

    GAFAs might have hired thousands of contractors to manually transcribe users' conversations and requests on AI devices, report Bloomberg. GAFA

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