News highlights – 25 October 2017

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News highlights for 25 October 2017

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Toyota renews push for ‘dumb’ hydrogen fuel cells

TOKYO (Reuters) – Having invested heavily in hydrogen, a technology derided by Tesla chief Elon Musk as “incredibly dumb”, Toyota Motor Corp is making a renewed push for fuel cell cars to fill a role in a future dominated by electric battery vehicles. Read more…

Telstra launches upgrade to its Programmable Network

Telstra says it has released a major platform update expanding the capability of its Telstra Programmable Network, and has partnered with VeloCloud to deliver an SD-WAN as a virtual solution to extend office branches for customers in Australia and globally. Read more…

Openet launches Forge for faster digital transformation

DUBLIN, Ireland –  Openet, a global leader in the supply of digital BSS and customer engagement systems, has announced the launch of Openet Forge – Digital Enablement Platform. Designed to enable service providers to have a more agile and faster approach to digital transformation, Openet Forge provides a real alternative to legacy monolithic BSS systems. Read more…

Google must pay India $225 million in back tax

Google has been ordered to pay business taxes on 14,570m rupees ($224m) of profit to the Indian government after losing a six-year legal battle. The nation’s Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) decided this week that Google India had engaged in a “clear and conspicuous” case of tax evasion. Read more…

Kaspersky says it found hacking tool on PC

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Moscow-based antivirus software maker Kaspersky Lab said on Wednesday that its security software had taken source code for a secret American hacking tool from a personal computer in the United States. Read more…

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