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Huawei Says Will Not Bow to U.S. Pressure

Chinese telecoms giant Huawei is ready to deal with Washington's crackdown and will reduce its reliance on U.S. components, its founder told Japanese media.

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Grumpy Cat, the Face that Launched a Thousand Memes, Dead at Seven

She died just as she had lived, in a blizzard of memes, tweets and news reports celebrating her feline frown and distinctly unamused expression. 

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WhatsApp, Security and Spyware: What Happened

Facebook-owned WhatsApp's revelation of a security flaw allowing hackers to inject spyware on smartphones raised fresh concerns about the security of the mobile ecosystem.

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German Startup to Offer Electric Air Taxis 'by 2025'

German startup firm Lilium announced Thursday the maiden flight of its all-electric pilotless jet-powered 'air taxi' which it hopes to operate in various cities around the world 'by 2025'.

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Israel's Eurovision Webcast Hacked with Fake Attack Warning

Hackers have succeeded in flashing a fake rocket attack warning during a webcast of a Eurovision song contest semi-final in an incident Israel's public broadcaster blamed on Islamist group Hamas.

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Tech Giants Vow to Double Number of Women Managers by 2022

Forty-five tech giants committed Wednesday to doubling the number of women on their management boards to 30 percent by 2022, the French presidency said.

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Facebook Tightens Live-Streaming in Crackdown on Violence

Facebook announced Wednesday it is tightening access to livestreaming to prevent the rampant sharing of graphic video as took place with the Christchurch massacre.

People who have broken certain rules, including those against "dangerous organizations and individuals," will be restricted from using the Facebook Live streaming feature, said vice president of integrity Guy Rosen.

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Huawei Chairman Says Ready to Sign 'No-Spy' Deal with UK

Chinese telecom giant Huawei is willing to sign a "no-spy" agreement with countries including Britain, the firm's chairman said on Tuesday, as the head of NATO said Britain must preserve secure mobile networks.

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Hackers Exploited WhatsApp Flaw to Install Spyware

A security flaw in WhatsApp, one of the most popular messaging apps in the world, allowed sophisticated attackers to install spyware on phones, the company said Tuesday, in the latest trouble for its parent Facebook.

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Break Up Facebook, Says Company's Co-Founder

One of the co-founders of Facebook called on Thursday for the social media behemoth to be broken up, warning that the company's head, Mark Zuckerberg, had become far too powerful.

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