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Netflix announced plans April 18 to create a New York City production centre for its original programmes that could lead to thousands of new jobs.
YouTube is changing the way it measures success on the world’s biggest video site following a series of scandals. There’s just one problem: The company is still deciding how this new approach works.
Three major automakers said on April 3 they were forming a consortium to help draw up safety standards for self-driving cars that could eventually help create regulations in the United States.
When Japan Display Inc broke ground on a new factory in central Japan in 2015, the future looked bright for one of the world's top vendors of liquid crystal display (LCD) panels.
With the Google+ social network set to close for good on April 2, several online archiving services are working on preserving public posts from the platform before they are lost forever.
Myspace-related news travels very, very slowly in the late 2010s. So while the company had quietly acknowledged a massive data loss in response to user inquiries last year, it took until this weekend for the greater public to begin to become aware that all music uploaded to the site prior to 2015 has now migrated to the land of Nospace.
Top business leaders, lawmakers and others are urging Amazon chief executive Jeff Bezos to reconsider his decision not to move forward with plans for a new headquarters in New York, to build an “exciting future” for the city.
After a year break from the Apple Watch, Google makes a comeback with note-taking app Keep.
If you're the anti-social type, automation has made life a bit easier. You can grab lunch, groceries or movie tickets without interacting with cashiers. Check into your hotel room without stopping at the front desk. Retrieve the goods you ordered via touch-screen kiosk or mobile app from a locker and avoid having to thank a soul.
China largely abandoned a hacking truce negotiated by Barack Obama as US President Donald Trump embarked on a trade war with Beijing last year, according to the cybersecurity firm Crowdstrike Inc.