News highlights – 13 September 2017

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News highlights for 13 September 2017

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Google to launch mobile payment service in India

(Reuters) – Google plans to introduce a localized digital payment service in India as early as next week, technology website TechCrunch reported, citing a report from news site The Ken. The payment service is called Google ‘Tez’. Read more…

The decision by the US Govt to stop using Kaspersky ‘regrettable’

MOSCOW (Reuters) – The decision by the U.S. government to stop using Kaspersky Lab products is “regrettable” and delays the prospects of a restoration of bilateral ties, the Russian embassy in the United States said. Read more…

Chinese backed Lattice buyer blocked by Trump

(Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump blocked a Chinese-backed private equity firm from buying a U.S.-based chipmaker on Wednesday, sending a clear signal to Beijing that Washington will oppose takeover deals that involve technologies with potential military applications. Read more…

GSMA publishes second Global Mobile Trends report

San Francisco: The GSMA today published its second annual ‘Global Mobile Trends’ report, which provides exclusive data and analysis on the key trends shaping the future of the mobile ecosystem. Read more…

Samsung gets serious about autonomous car race

FRANKFURT (Reuters) – South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Co Ltd plans to become a major player in autonomous driving, building on its recent $8 billion acquisition of audio and auto parts supplier Harman and its pole position in mobile communications markets. Read more…

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