News highlights – 26 September 2017

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News highlights for 26 September 2017

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Amazon says Google has blocked YouTube on Echo Show

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – In a rare public feud between large technology companies, Amazon.com Inc said on Tuesday its Echo Show devices could no longer play videos from YouTube because the site’s parent, Google, stopped supporting the service. Read more…

Asia turns to the bicycle to complete journeys

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Orange, yellow and other brightly coloured bikes have been popping up in cities across Asia, surprising residents and frequent visitors with their sudden ubiquity outside train stations and condo gates over the last two years. Read more…

SK Hynix to join Bain consortium

SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea’s SK Hynix Inc said its board had approved its participation in a consortium led by Bain Capital that plans to purchase Toshiba Corp’s memory chip unit for 2 trillion yen ($17.7 billion). Read more…

Intel develops self learning, neuromorphic, chip

Imagine a future where complex decisions could be made faster and adapt over time. Where societal and industrial problems can be autonomously solved using learned experiences. It’s a future where first responders using image-recognition applications can analyze streetlight camera images and quickly solve missing or abducted person reports. Read more…

Equifax CEO to go, without his bonus

(Reuters) – Equifax Inc said on Tuesday that Chief Executive Richard Smith would leave the company and forgo this year’s bonus as criticism mounts over a massive cyber attack that has plunged the credit-monitoring firm into crisis. Read more…

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