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Since Netflix first announced its animated Carmen Sandiego reboot, news about the upcoming series has been, well, hard to find. Now, the studio has dropped some intriguing images from the series and announced that it will arrive on January 18th. The series will be voiced by Gina Rodriguez, who will also star in a Netflix live-action Carmen Sandiego film set to arrive later in 2109.
Walmart is continuing its strategy of revamping its businesses in Asia after the U.S. retail giant opened its first e-commerce store in Japan, where it is working with local retail giant Rakuten. The companies first announced a collaboration in January when they agreed to team up on the launch of an online grocery service in Japan and the sale of e-readers, audiobooks and e-books from Rakuten-owned Kobo in the U.S. That e-grocery service -- Rakuten Seiyu Netsuper -- rolled out in October, and now the duo have launched the Walmart Rakuten Ichiba Store to help Walmart grab a slice of Japan's e-commerce market, which is estimated to be worth 16.5 trillion yen ($148 billion) per year. The store, which sits on Rakuten Ichiba -- Japan's largest e-commerce store -- will cover 1,200 "U.S. branded" products that include clothing, outdoor items and kids toys.
Google CEO heads to Capitol Hill, and CBS shareholders will be gathering in NYC on Tuesday.
If there was any doubt about YouTube's power to influence children, look no further than this year's list of the hottest holiday toys, based on Google shopping search data. According to the search giant, at least four of the top ten most searched toys were among those heavily featured in YouTube unboxing videos - subsequently turning them into the most in-demand and best-selling toys of the holiday season. Plus, another top toy is the JoJo Siwa Singing doll - a product from the YouTube star of the same name.
A group of U.S. tech giants, including Apple, Google and Microsoft, have collectively denounced the new so-called "anti-encryption" law passed by the Australian parliament last week. The bill was passed less than a day after the ruling coalition government secured the votes from opposition Labor lawmakers, despite strong objection from tech companies and telcos. "The new Australian law is deeply flawed, overly broad, and lacking in adequate independent oversight over the new authorities," said the Reform Government Surveillance coalition in a statement.
Microsoft president Brad Smith is calling on the federal government to step in and pass laws to prevent the abuse of facial recognition technologies.
You might remember 'Flippy' the burger-flipping robot that's now a fry cook.
When big tech executives were invited to testify before Congress in September, Google opted to be represented by an empty seat rather than send its CEO, Sundar Pichai. That will change on Tuesday.