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  8. Sony Group Corp.'s PlayStation division is planning a new subscription service to compete with rival Microsoft Corp.'s po[CENSORED]r Xbox Game Pass, according to people familiar with Sony's plans and documents reviewed by Bloomberg. The service, code-named Spartacus, will allow PlayStation owners to pay a monthly fee for access to a catalog of modern and classic games, said the people, who asked not to be identified because they weren't authorized to speak to the press about the plans. The offering will likely be available on the smash hit PlayStation 4, which has sold more than 116 million units, and its elusive successor, the PlayStation 5, which launched more than a year ago but is still difficult to buy due to supply chain issues. When it launches, expected in the spring, the service will merge Sony's two existing subscription plans, PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now. Currently, PlayStation Plus is required for most online multiplayer games and offers free monthly titles, while PlayStation Now allows users to stream or download older games. Documents reviewed by Bloomberg suggest that Sony plans to retain the PlayStation Plus branding but phase out PlayStation Now. Details on Spartacus may still not be finalized, but documentation reviewed by Bloomberg outlines a service with three tiers. The first would include existing PlayStation Plus benefits. The second would offer a large catalog of PlayStation 4 and, eventually, PlayStation 5 games. The third tier would add extended demos, game streaming and a library of classic PS1, PS2, PS3 and PSP games. A representative for PlayStation didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. Although the PlayStation has outsold the Xbox in recent years, Sony has lagged behind Microsoft on the subscription front. With this new structure, Sony will look to compete with an Xbox feature that has been po[CENSORED]r and lucrative. Microsoft's Game Pass, which is often dubbed the Netflix of video games, has more than 18 million subscribers. It allows users to pay $10 to $15 a month for unlimited access to several hundred games. Xbox has built its overall strategy around the service in recent years, putting all of its internally published games on Game Pass as soon as they're released. Xbox has also made big acquisitions, such as Bethesda Softworks last year for $7.5 billion, with the goal of bolstering the Game Pass library.Sony is also putting resources into expanding its efforts in cloud gaming, the people familiar with the plans said. Microsoft's xCloud game streaming service became widely available earlier this year.
  9. Eureka Robotics, a tech spin-off from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore), has developed a technology, called Dynamis, that makes industrial robots nimbler and almost as sensitive as human hands, able to mani[CENSORED]te tiny glass lenses, electronics components, or engine gears that are just millimeters in size without damaging them.This proprietary force feedback technology developed by NTU scientists was previously demonstrated by the Ikea Bot which assembled an Ikea chair in just 20 minutes. The breakthrough was first published in Science in 2018 and went viral on the internet when it could match the dexterity of human hands in assembling furniture. NTU Associate Professor Pham Quang Cuong, Co-founder of Eureka Robotics, said they have since upgraded the software technology, which will be made available for a large number of industrial robots worldwide by Denso Wave, a market leader in industrial robots, which is part of the Toyota Group. Clients purchasing the latest robots sold by Denso Wave will have an option to include this new technology as part of the force controller, which reads the force detected by a force sensor on the robot's wrist and applies force accordingly: Apply too little force and the items may not be assembled correctly while applying too much force could damage the items. Mastering touch sensitivity and dexterity like human hands has always been the holy grail for roboticists, says Assoc Prof Pham, as the programming of the force controller is extremely complicated, requiring long hours to perfect the grip just for a specific task. "Today, Dynamis has made it easy for anyone to program touch-sensitive tasks that are usually done by humans, such as assembly, fine mani[CENSORED]tion, polishing or sanding," explains Assoc Prof Pham, who is also the deputy director of the Robotics Research Centre at NTU's School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. "These tasks all share a common characteristic: the ability to maintain consistent contact with a surface. If our human hands are deprived of our touch sensitivity, such as when wearing a thick glove, we would find it very hard to put tiny Lego blocks together, much less assemble the tiny components of a car engine or of a camera used in our mobile phones."Hiroyasu Baba, FA/Robotics Business Unit Product Planning Department, Manager of Denso Wave, said: "Due to its high basic performance and openness, DENSO robots are the preferred choice by companies and universities with advanced initiatives in the field of robotics. NTU Singapore and Eureka Robotics have also been using DENSO robots for this reason. "Because of this relationship, joint development began naturally, and we were able to launch this product smoothly. The technology, which will be installed in DENSO robots, is a technology for force feedback, which is becoming more and more important in the practical use of robotics. Thanks to the development capabilities of Eureka Robotics, the system is advanced, yet easy to use and light enough to be integrated into our standard robot controllers."Known as Force Sensor Robust Compliance Control, the new software powered by Dynamis requires only a single parameter to be set—which is stiffness of the contact, whether it is soft, medium, or hard. Despite its simple set-up, it has been shown to out-perform conventional robotic controllers which required an enormous amount of expertise and time to fine-tune. Dynamis is a complex artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm developed by Assoc Prof Pham and his former Ph.D. student, now Co-founder and CTO of Eureka Robotics, Dr. Hung Pham. This backbone technology was further improved and was first deployed in Eureka's custom-built robots, such as Archimedes, which can handle fragile optical lenses and mirrors with human-like dexterity, now used by multiple companies worldwide. Current robots in the market have either high accuracy but low agility (where robots perform the same movements repeatedly such as in a car factory), or low accuracy but high agility (such as robots handling packages of different sizes in logistics). By deploying this technology, robotics engineers can now imbue robots with both High Accuracy and High Agility (HAHA) on a large scale, paving the way for industrial applications that were previously very difficult or impossible to implement, such as handling and assembly of delicate, fragile objects such as optical lenses, electronics components, or engine gears. To be equipped with the Force Sensor Robust Compliance Control capability, the large number of robots already running on Denso Wave's RC8 controllers will only be required to perform a simple software update from December 2021 onwards, while newly shipped RC8 controllers will come packed with the software available for activation.
  10. Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Global has announced plans to take its shares off the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and move its listing to Hong Kong. The firm has come under intense pressure since its US debut in July. Within days of the initial public offering (IPO) Beijing announced a crackdown on technology companies listing overseas. Earlier on Thursday the US market watchdog unveiled tough new rules for Chinese firms that list in America. "Following careful research, the company will immediately start delisting on the New York stock exchange and start preparations for listing in Hong Kong," the company said on its account on Weibo, China's Twitter-like microblogging network. In a separate English language statement Didi said its board had approved the move, adding: "The company will organise a shareholders meeting to vote on the above matter at an appropriate time in the future, following necessary procedures." At the end of June, Didi - China's answer to Uber - raised $4.4bn (£3.3bn) in its New York IPO. However, trading was muted on the first day as investors weighed concerns over tensions between Washington and Beijing, and issues raised by US regulators over some Chinese firms' financial reports. Within days China's internet regulator ordered online stores not to offer Didi's app, saying it illegally collected users' personal data. The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) said it was investigating the firm to protect "national security and the public interest". In response Didi said in a statement: "The company will strive to rectify any problems, improve its risk prevention awareness and technological capabilities, protect users' privacy and data security, and continue to provide secure and convenient services to its users." Didi also warned that the removal of its app from Chinese stores would have an adverse impact on its revenues. Like many other Chinese technology companies Didi has also come under pressure from regulators in the US and Europe. On Thursday, the US Securities and Exchange Commission said it had finalised rules that would mean US-listed foreign companies can be delisted if their auditors do not comply with requests for information from regulators. The law was passed in 2020 after Chinese regulators repeatedly denied requests from US authorities to inspect the the accounts of Chinese firms that list and trade in the US. Meanwhile in August, a company source told the BBC that it had halted plans to launch in the UK and continental Europe. It had been planning to roll out services in Western Europe, including major British cities. Japan's SoftBank is Didi's largest single investor with a stake of more than 20%. It is also backed by Chinese technology giants Alibaba and Tencent. Uber also owns a stake in the firm as a result of Didi taking over Uber China in 2016. Didi Global shares have lost more than 40% of their value since their US market debut. From Alibaba to Tencent, Chinese technology companies have been under scrutiny at home and abroad. The country's ride-hailing giant Didi has been at odds with Chinese regulators for months. It shocked investors when Beijing removed Didi from app stores just a few days after the firm went public on Wall Street in late June, accusing it of violating data security rule. Beijing has also announced rules to protect the rights of the millions of ride-hailing drivers, in a move aimed to underpin the sector's growth. But Chinese companies have also been closely watched by American regulators. Didi said it is preparing to list in Hong Kong, and shareholders of its US listed shares will be able to convert their holdings to those on another stock exchange. The company is also preparing to relaunch its apps in China by the end of the year.
  11. Swedish car company Volvo is now valued at more than $22bn (£16bn) after its shares jumped in the first hours of trading of its market debut. Volvo, majority-owned by Chinese firm Geely, offered up shares in a slice of the company on the Stockholm stock exchange on Friday. Shares jumped from an initial 53 Swedish crowns to 65 crowns on Friday. Volvo boss Hakan Samuelsson said funds from the float would help it achieve its goal to be fully electric by 2030. US automotive giant Ford sold Volvo to Geely for $1.8bn in 2010, which helped turn around the Gothenburg-based brand's fortunes as it rode the wave of po[CENSORED]rity of SUVs. Geely will remain the largest single shareholder in the carmaker after the public listing. "Our industry is changing and we strive to lead that transformation. That is why Volvo Cars has an ambitious strategy to become fully electric by 2030," Mr Samuelsson said on Friday. "Today's listing will help us get there," he added. Michael Hewson, analyst at CMC Markets, said: "Volvo's stronger-than-expected first day of trading illustrated that there was good investor demand for the company's electric vehicles plan. "That being said, the initial valuation was at the lower end of estimates, largely over concerns about the global semiconductor shortage.". He said Volvo's valuation was "pretty decent, even if it does pale into insignificance when compared to Tesla".
  12. no image given there Manchester United interim boss Ralf Rangnick has not ruled out staying on as manager beyond his initial six months in charge. Rangnick has succeeded Ole Gunnar Solskjaer until the end of the season before moving into a two-year consultancy role at the club. "If everything goes well I might make the same recommendation that I did at RB Leipzig twice - that it might be a good idea to keep working with me for one year - but it is all hypothetical," said the 63-year-old German. Rangnick was at Old Trafford on Thursday to watch United beat Arsenal 3-2 in the Premier League and his first game in charge will be at home against Crystal Palace on Sunday at 14:00 GMT. "The people with whom I have spoken have been very clear we are speaking of a six-month role as manager," he said. "We have never spoken about what will happen in the summer. "Right now, I'm fully aware that they might be looking for a new manager. If they will then speak with me about that, we will see. "For me, now it is about winning the next games and this is the major focus." "You always have to adapt your idea of football to the players you have available, not vice versa," said Rangnick. "Seeing Cristiano in the second half at the age of 36, amazing - top professional. At his age, I have never seen a player who is still that physically fit and he is still a player who can easily make the difference. "It's about how we can develop the whole team, it's not only about Cristiano. We play in the most competitive league in the world so we need all the players on board. What I saw from Cristiano, he is more than willing to do that." Rangnick takes over with United seventh in the Premier League, 12 points behind leaders Chelsea, and through to the Champions League last 16 as Group F winners. He added: "The challenge is to bring more balance into the team. Even [against Arsenal] we needed three goals to win the game. It's almost two goals on average conceded per game and this is too much. "The game was exciting for the fans but as the coach they are not the games you need every day." Solskjaer had been in charge at United since December 2018 but was sacked on 21 November, having won only one of his final seven league matches. He failed to win a trophy during his tenure. Rangnick said he spoke to the Norwegian for 90 minutes last weekend, while he also met with caretaker manager Michael Carrick to try to convince him to stay on. Carrick took over after Solskjaer's dismissal and was in charge for a win over Villarreal, draw at Chelsea and the victory against Arsenal before announcing he was leaving the club. "I had a private conversation with him for more than an hour. I tried to persuade him to stay on board. In the end, I had to accept his decision," said Rangnick. "I am more than happy to work with the current coaching staff because I need their expertise on the current squad. "I will try to find a few people who can join us in the next one or two weeks but, because of Brexit regulations, it is not that easy. Many of my former colleagues are in long-term contracts with big clubs so are not available right now." Rangnick has left his role as head of sports and development at Russian club Lokomotiv Moscow to take up the job. He has built an impressive coaching reputation during his time in Germany, with both Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp and Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel speaking highly about their compatriot. He set Ulm on course to promotion to the Bundesliga for the first time before spells in charge of Stuttgart, Hannover, Hoffenheim, Schalke and RB Leipzig. He won the German Cup with Schalke in 2011 and took RB Leipzig to the final in 2019. During the 2010-11 season, he led Schalke to the semi-finals of the Champions League, where they lost 6-1 on aggregate to United. On his philosophy, he said: "I think to gain control on games in the future, it has to do with playing proactively. "It is about helping the team play together. It is about togetherness, team spirit - the two halves [on Thursday] were completely different and having these unique fans behind us will help us. "It is not easy, I cannot do it in a few training sessions. It's about control - this is the major target." Rangnick will meet the United players on Friday, when those who did not play against Arsenal will train, before all the squad have a training session on Saturday prior to the Palace game. He has already been linked with bringing in players during the January transfer window but said that was not his main focus at the moment. "We haven't spoken about new players," he said. "Now is the time to get to know the current squad in detail. The squad is definitely not too small. There is enough players. "Maybe after Christmas there will be a time to speak about possible transfers in the winter. In my experience, it is not the time for sustainable transfers."
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