Blackberry is back from the dead
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Deal confirms ex-mobile maker has a new life

BlackBerry  and Chinese internet search outfit Baidu signed a deal to jointly develop self-driving vehicle technology, sending BlackBerry’s shares up 13 percent to a four year high as shareholders realised that the company really does now have  a life after it abandoned smartphones.

Baidu boss investigated for not driving
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Tested a driverless car on a public road

Baidu China's Google is under investigation after its chief executive tested a driverless car on public roads.

China hopes to poach anti-Trump tech refugees
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Huge opportunity

China is hoping to take advantage of Donald “Prince of Orange” Trump's election and boost its tech output on foreign expertise.

Intel quietly launches Apollo Lake
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2nd generation 14nm Celeron / Pentium

Apollo Lake is a second generation 14nm SoC for entry level tablets and computers and it serves the market that used to be known as Atom processors. Nowadays, Intel calls these CPUs Celeron and Pentium and the new generation was made available on Friday. 

Nvidia signs deal with Baidu over AI
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Self driving cars is the name of the game

Baidu is holding its world conference in Beijing today and has signed a partnership with Nvidia to build a so called “cloud to car” autonomous platform for car makers and for the Chinese market.

y handcuffs

Fires four for bribery


China's Google does a Google

Will provide English language search results

The outfits have common clients