Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella is planning to visit China in late September, according to sources quoted by Reuters. The move comes amid ongoing Chinese government anti-trust probes of Microsoft and other Western companies.
HEG Technology, a supplier for Samsung Electronics and Lenovo Group, has denied allegations by U.S.-based activists that it hired child laborers at its Huizhou factory, in violation of Chinese law. But Samsung said it found no evidence to support these claims, while Lenovo said it will look into the report.
Despite significant improvements to Africa’s infrastructure over the past few years, much of the continent’s Internet content is still hosted abroad. Meeting in Dakar, Senegal, African Internet Service Providers, infrastructure providers, government officials and regulators are discussing a new initiative to enhance interconnection and content sharing while reducing costs.
Students at universities across the United States are taking their education to higher levels, often outperforming their mentors with better and easier ways to do things than the ones they started out with.
Following a server migration, Mozilla left email addresses and encrypted passwords of nearly 97,000 of Bugzilla’s early testers exposed for months. This is the second “accident” this month affecting projects supported by the Mozilla Foundation.
After a rocky ride, Bitcoin seems to be getting the attention of some U.S.merchants like Overstock and Expedia, albeit at a slow pace. But there is hope that Bitcoin will eventually become more prevalent.