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Japanese astronaut: The United States is the only country to have taken its astronauts to the Moon. So far, twelve men have walked on lunar soil, but there will be big news in the coming years. The first will bear

By Foo Yun Chee and Yuvraj Malik (Reuters) - EU antitrust regulators have concluded that Microsoft's $13 billion investment into OpenAI is not an acquisition, sources familiar with the matter said on Wednesday, signaling the deal will avoid a formal European

By Brad Brooks (Reuters) - Colorado Governor Jared Polis on Wednesday signed into law the first measure passed in the U.S. that aims to protect the data found in a person's brainwaves. Sponsors of the bill said it was necessary as quick

By Diego Oré MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Financial technology company Revolut expects strong growth prospects in Mexico where it aims to dedicate more than $100 million this year, the firm's top local executive told Reuters, as it looks to take advantage

By Maria Ponnezhath (Reuters) - Oracle said on Wednesday it will invest more than $8 billion over the next 10 years to meet demand for cloud computing and AI infrastructure in Japan. The latest investment will grow the footprint of Oracle Cloud

By Philip Blenkinsop BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union leaders will hear on Thursday how the bloc could act to catch up to the United States, China and other rivals in a global race in new green and digital technologies. Former Italian Prime

By Josh Ye, David Kirton and Brenda Goh HONG KONG/SHENZHEN/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Chinese technology giant Huawei started selling two models of its highly anticipated, high-end Pura 70 smartphone series on Thursday that many analysts expect to contain an advanced China-made chip

Next DLP (“Next”), a leader in insider risk and data protection, announced Reveal Beyond, an extension of the Reveal Platform's best-in-class visibility for managed devices across Windows, macOS, and Linux to cloud drives and unmanaged devices. Developed to provide a unified data

By Echo Wang (Reuters) - Shares of Donald Trump's social media company slumped 18% on Monday, extending losses since the stock's debut last month, after the company said it could sell millions of shares in coming months, including the former president's

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