These skirmishes could just be the harbingers of a huge economic war in which the U.S. and China wrestle for technological leadership of the 21st century.
"Behind protectionism, Trump hides his inability to face problems in international forums by way of multilateralism."
<i>Following Amazon Echo’s Alexa, the next digital butler comes to Germany this Tuesday with Google Home. Amazon is reacting in a predictable way.</i>
The NDR satire program “extra 3” posted a nice video about life with voice assistants on YouTube.* Initially, the family is pleased that Alexa, Google Home, [Read more]
[G]iven its treatment of talented personnel who do not have the same skin color, religious beliefs, or sexual orientation, perhaps the U.S. isn’t the best choice for settling down these days.
You must read the interview of Barack Obama by the head of the MIT Media Lab, Joi Ito, published by the prestigious American technology magazine Wired. From our side of the Atlantic, this long discussion has a lot of surprises: the head of state masters debates that we believed were reserved to a small sphere of [Read more]
The transaction suggests that the company may give up its fight with Apple, Facebook and Google to focus on what it does best: business software.
In the United States, there is growing fear as Russia and China advance space technology. Navy Adm. Cecil Haney,* the head of command, suggested just this as noted in an article published by The Washington Post.
This article — which notably cites Pentagon officials — states that Russia, China, and other [Read more]