You have searched for "Plans for"
Showing 21-30 of 1110
DETROIT (Reuters) -Ford Motor Co and South Korean battery maker SK Innovation on Thursday announced they will form a battery joint venture in North America to support the No. 2 U.S. automaker's electric vehicle rollout.
Facebook has been toying with plans for Instagram for children, declaring it would be a “parent-controlled experience” allowing kids to keep up with friends. Just the “experience” every busy parent is clamouring for, another online arena to monitor.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A group of Democratic U.S. lawmakers on Tuesday urged Facebook Inc to drop plans for a version of photo-sharing app Instagram for children younger than 13, saying the social media company had failed to "make meaningful commitments to protecting kids online."
(Reuters) - Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co is weighing plans to pump tens of billions of dollars more into cutting-edge chip factories in the U.S. state of Arizona than it had previously disclosed, but is cool on prospects for an advanced European plant, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Instagram wants to give its users the opportunity to proudly assert themselves. It is now possible to choose and display one’s pronouns on their profile.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Digital currency group Diem Association, formerly known as Facebook Inc's Libra project, plans to launch a U.S. dollar stablecoin as it scales back its global ambitions to focus on the United States, the group said on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A group of 40 state attorneys general on Monday urged Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg to abandon plans to launch a version of Instagram for children under the age of 13.
TikTok and its Chinese version Douyin retained No 1 spot in global downloads in April with 59 million installs. The apps’ global monthly installs have fallen from the peak in 2020 amid political headwinds in the US and India.
Bolt Technology OU, which competes with Uber Technologies Inc in Europe and Africa, will roll out a new car-sharing project in the Estonian capital, according to founder and chief executive officer Markus Villig.
(Corrects to reflect that AB5 is no longer the law in California for ride-hail and food-delivery workers, instead of that AB5 is no longer the law in California for anyone, paragraph 5; also corrects paragraph 20 to reflect that AB5 was defeated "for app-based gig workers.")