Commentary: Will the Iranian nuclear weapon issue be treated like the South China Sea issue? | 23/09/2021

U.S. President Joe Biden showed that he is protecting the interests of the free world by selling nuclear-powered submarines to Australia. Are the recent developments regarding the South China Sea indicative of how the U.S. will deal with Iran's nuclear program? A special commentary by Dan Arkin  

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Zoom in the crosshairs: acquisition of Five9 suspected of posing security risk | 23/09/2021

The huge deal signed in July is being reviewed by a U.S. government committee that will decide whether the deal poses a risk to national security. Zoom expects to receive the required regulatory approvals in the first half of 2022 

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NeuReality co-founders Yossi Kasus (L), VP VLSI; Moshe Tanach (C), CEO; and Tzvika Shmueli, VP Operations. Photo courtesy of the company

Israeli startup NeuReality wants to market world's first AI-centric server 

NeuReality links up with U.S.-based technology company Xilinx to deliver an artificial intelligence solution in a variety of fields such as healthcare, public safety, retail and computer vision. The solutions were presented at two conferences last week

U.S. President Joe Biden announces the establishment of the 'AUKUS' alliance at a virtual joint news conference with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson last week. Photo: POOL via CNP/INST ARimages/Cover Images via REUTERS 

Not only submarines: the cyber aspects of the 'AUKUS' alliance

"Today we also embark on further trilateral collaboration under AUKUS to enhance our joint capabilities and interoperability. These initial efforts will focus on cyber capabilities, artificial intelligence, quantum technologies, and additional undersea capabilities," a joint statement by the leaders of the U.S., Britain and Australia said

A demonstration held in August in Dusseldorf, Germany, in support of the Kurds. Photo: DPA/Picture Alliance via REUTERS

ESET reports mobile espionage campaign against Kurdish targets 

The IT security company revealed that the attackers distributed thousands of malicious apps via six fake profiles on Facebook as part of a campaign that started at least a year and a half ago

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US 'steals' huge Australian submarine contract from France  

The U.S., Britain and Australia established a partnership that will provide eight nuclear-powered submarines to Australia. In order to sign the agreement, Australia cancelled a $66 billion deal with France. Officials at the Elysee Palace are angry at the White House 

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