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Tencent super app WeChat beefs up short video-sharing, livestreaming features as it takes on TikTok sister app Douyin
Version 8.0.3 of WeChat has enhanced its short video-sharing and livestreaming functions. WeChat, which had 1.2 billion monthly active users in the December quarter, doubled the video length for its Instagram-style WeChat Moment service.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Major automakers, parts companies and the United Auto Workers (UAW) union urged U.S. President Joe Biden to support a "comprehensive plan" on electric vehicles and called for hefty government tax credits and numerous other financial incentives.
Lori Livingston had been waiting for an eviction hearing since last May, when her original date was postponed as the coronavirus pandemic forced Philadelphia’s courts to close.
The pandemic has made living without a computer harder than ever. Employees are working remotely, kids are going to school via laptop, and grandparents are visiting with their grandkids on screens. At the same time, the pandemic has made it harder to get broken devices fixed, as many big chain stores have ceased offering on-site repairs.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The White House has directed the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to study how using renewable fuels to power electric vehicle charging could generate tradeable credits under the nation's biofuels program, two sources familiar with the discussions told Reuters.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday made it easier for businesses to pester consumers with phone calls or text messages by tossing out a lawsuit accusing Facebook Inc of violating a federal anti-robocall law.
Nearly 1,000 people were watching Tuesday afternoon when a school bus went through a North Salem intersection without stopping.
US federal maps show R. Clay Jackson’s beef cattle farm in rural Madison County, Virginia, is awash in broadband – a designation that likely rules it out of President Joe Biden’s push to connect all Americans to fast Internet service.
Is the pandemic to blame and other questions answered about the shortage of computer chips.
Perhaps the biggest development in recent years has been the trend of companies giving away top-notch games that previously might have sold for US$60 (RM248), and then persuading players to spend big bucks on upgrades to enhance their enjoyment or provide a competitive edge.