Emergency call services and telecom companies urge the EU to protect telecom networks from power outages

MILAN/STOCKHOLM/PARIS (Reuters) – Europe’s top telecoms companies and an emergency services lobby on Monday urged Brussels to protect mobile and fixed-line networks from power outages, a letter seen by Reuters showed, as fears grew about the loss of communications. networks during widespread power outages. Europe is facing potential power rationing and blackouts in the aftermath … Read more

Protesters in Iran are calling for a strike, the public prosecutor said the morality police have shut down

Protesters are calling for an economic boycott from Monday to Wednesday Raisi visits Tehran University on Wednesday on Student’s Day The Home Office is silent about the status of the morality police DUBAI (Reuters) – Demonstrators in Iran on Sunday called for a three-day strike this week, stepping up pressure on authorities after the public … Read more

EXCLUSIVE: Twitter exec says it’s moving quickly on moderation, with an increase in harmful content

Dec 2 (Reuters) – Elon Musk’s new head of trust and safety told Reuters that Elon Musk’s Twitter site is heavily inclined to automate content moderation and get rid of some manual reviews and would rather limit distribution than remove specific speech immediately. Ella Irwin, Vice President of Trust and Safety Product Management at Twitter, … Read more

Biden and Xi clash over Taiwan, but military action seen as unlikely

Biden and Xi hold 3-hour Bali meeting before G20 summit Both leaders stress the need to put relations back on track Russia rejects reports of foreign minister being hospitalized Indonesia seeks tangible progress in the global economy in the G20 Ukraine’s Zelensky is scheduled to address the G20 on Tuesday NUSA DUA, Indonesia (Reuters) – … Read more

Musk warns of Twitter bankruptcy as more CEOs resign

(Reuters) – New Twitter owner Elon Musk on Thursday raised the possibility of the social media platform’s bankruptcy, capping a chaotic day that included a warning from a US regulator and the departure of top executives seen as future leaders. The billionaire told Twitter employees in a phone call he couldn’t rule out bankruptcy, Bloomberg … Read more

As the yen weakens, gadget-loving Japan turns to used iPhones

TOKYO (Reuters) – For years Japanese shoppers have been eagerly waiting for the latest hardware, but now a weaker yen has put new iPhones out of reach for some and sparked a growing second-hand trade in a key market for Apple Inc. (AAPL.O). The Japanese currency’s slide to a 32-year low against the dollar has … Read more

Students defy Iran’s protest alarm, unrest enters more serious phase

The protests show no signs of abating amid severe warnings from the state Clashes between university students and security forces Journalists demand the release of their imprisoned colleagues Rights groups talk about arrests of activists and students DUBAI (Reuters) – Videos on social media showed that weeks of protests in Iran entered a more violent … Read more

Digging dead stock above bleak expectations and expensive bets

Oct 26 (Reuters) – Meta Platforms Inc (META.O) On Wednesday I forecast a weak quarterly holiday period and significantly more costs next year, sending shares down nearly 20% as investors expressed skepticism about the company’s expensive bets. The forecast has eroded about $67 billion of the market value of Meta shares in the expanded trade, … Read more

Dollar weather suspected yen intervention, China data mixed

https://tmsnrt.rs/2zpUAr4 The dollar was affected against the yen due to the suspected intervention of the Bank of Japan Asian stocks rise with Wall Street, major profits loom Chinese GDP beat expectations but retail sales disappoint Stg up a bit as Boris Johnson exits PM . race SYDNEY (Reuters) – The dollar escaped another suspected explosion … Read more

Snap’s slow ad growth sparks inflation fears in the tech sector

Oct 20 (Reuters) – Snap Inc (SNAP.N) On Thursday, it forecast no revenue growth in the normally busy holiday quarter, sending a warning signal that rising inflation and the war in Ukraine could hurt other tech companies that rely on advertising revenue. Snap shares were down 27% in after-hours trading. The owner of the photo … Read more