Xiaomi will invest $7bn in 5G, AI and IoT over the next five yearsXiaomi will invest $7bn in 5G, AI and IoT over the next five years

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi plans to invest over 50 billion yuan ($7.18bn) in AI and fifth generation internet technologies over the next five years to help it remain competitive in the growing sector.

The announcement was made on the firm's social media account by Xiaomi chief executive Lei Jun but he did not provide any specific details on

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Score super low bills on iPhone 11, Samsung S10 and more with Tesco's January saleScore super low bills on iPhone 11, Samsung S10 and more with Tesco's January sale

Whether it's forcing yourself into the gym, attempting months of healthy eating or trying to save money, New Year's resolutions are hard. But if yours falls into the final of those three, we might have found an offer to help you kick-start the new decade on a budget.

Taking some of the world's best smartphones and bringing the prices way down,

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Image copyrightGetty ImagesImage caption Amazon Employees for Climate Justice lead a walkout at the company's headquarters in Seattle in September

A group of Amazon employees has said the company has threatened to fire some of them for speaking out on environmental issues.

Amazon Employees for Climate Justice

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Image copyrightRossformaine.comImage caption Ross LaJeunesse was head of global international relations for Google

A former Google executive has raised concerns about the tech giant's human rights policies as it eyes expansion in China and elsewhere.

Ross LaJeunesse, the firm's former head of global international

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Travelex has been forced to take down its website after a cyber attack.

The foreign-currency seller has been working on the issue since the software virus attack on New Year's Eve.

"We regret having to suspend some of our services in order to contain the virus and protect data," Travelex boss Tony D'Souza said.

The company

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