Tuesday , May 23 2017


Robots with don’t-hurt-humans sensors hit small factories in US


Bloomberg Robots are everywhere. They’re stocking shelves, pruning trees, making cocktails, delivering room service. Now they’re even showing up for work in some of the smallest factories, in a boost for manufacturing in the US and a potential new threat to traditional production-line jobs. The robotics wave began sweeping into ...

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Microsoft faulted over cyber attack, shifts blame to NSA

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Bloomberg There’s a blame game brewing over who’s responsible for the massive cyberattack that infected hundreds of thousands of computers. Microsoft Corp. is pointing its finger at the US government, while some experts say the software giant is accountable too. The attack has affected computers in more than 150 countries, ...

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Toshiba set to strike back in ‘chip unit deal’

Toshiba set to strike back as Western Digital clash heats up copy

Bloomberg Toshiba Corp. is moving to block Western Digital Corp. employees from the flash-memory venture they share, after a threat of legal action loomed over the increasingly bitter dispute over who gets to buy the Japanese company’s chip unit. Western Digital invoked an arbitration clause in their business agreement, which ...

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