Wired’s big 25th anniversary event (congrats!) culminated Monday in a summit featuring a veritable who’s-who of big tech bosses. And, like everything else in the US this year, it turned out to be heavily-focused on politics. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos was there to peddle patriotism. He graciously volunteered his company for future lucrative military contracts, apparently to save the US from less dutiful businesses. According to him, “If big tech companies are going to turn their back on the US Department of Defense, this country is going to be in trouble.” It seems likely Bezos was referring to Google as… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Amazon,Google
KUALA LUMPUR and SYDNEY: A new United Nations report warns that the potential benefits to developing countries of digital technologies are likely to be lost to a small number of successful first movers who have established digital monopolies.
The startup claims it offers 22,000 services ranging from graphic design, online & influencer marketing, data entry to web & app development Fastwork, an online freelancing platform with operations in Thailand and Indonesia, announced today it has secured US$4.8 million in Series A financing round led by regional venture capital firm Gobi Partners. Vickers Venture […]
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