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PhoneArena 11/12/2019 20:54
, Huawei announced today that it is paying out the equivalent of $286 million in bonuses to its research and development teams and employees that helped it get by without its U.S. supply chain. Besides rewarding some of its employees with a bonus, Huawei is also doubling the pay this month of nearly all of its 190,000 workers. The story is well known by now. The U.S. considers Huawei a national security threat because, under Chinese law, it can be asked to spy on American companies and consumers. As a result, U.S. lawmakers are afraid that the manufacturer's phones ...
Orissa POST (India) 11/12/2019 20:52
Lausanne: FIFA banned Tuesday three former top South American football officials for life in connection with a corruption scandal that has shaken world football since 2015. Former Peru Football Federation Manuel Burga and Argentinian officials Eduardo Deluca and Jose Luis Meiszner took secret payments while allocating marketing and media contracts for regional competitions, FIFA said […]
IndiaTV (India) 11/12/2019 20:49
Raging stubble fire in neighbouring states of Delhi and a dip in the temperature and wind speed pushed the air quality in the national capital in the 'severe zone' on Tuesday. The government's air quality monitor, System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR), said pollution levels in Delhi-NCR are expected to enter the "severe plus" or "emergency" category on Wednesday. Madhavan Rajeevan, Secretary, Ministry of Earth Sciences, tweeted, "Forecast (green) suggests air quality in severe+ category by Nov 14 (sic)."
Axios 11/12/2019 20:44
The Office for Civil Rights in the Department of Health and Human Services told the Tuesday it is investigating the data-sharing relationship between Google and not-for-profit hospital system Ascension. Why it matters: Per Axios health care business reporter , exchanging patients’ health information is legal under federal privacy law, and this data sharing is common, even when patients aren’t aware.
insideHPC 11/12/2019 20:37
Today Cray and Fujitsu announced a partnership to offer high performance technologies for the exascale era. Under the alliance agreement, Cray is developing the first-ever commercial supercomputer powered by the Fujitsu A64FX Arm-based processor with high-memory bandwidth (HBM) and supported on the proven Cray CS500 supercomputer architecture and programming environment. .

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