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You can celebrate New Year's Eve in Times Square thanks to a new application, which partygoers from all over the world can download for free.
Some of 2020’s biggest technology winners have a common thread: Besides being top performers, these companies are all market leaders that benefitted from trends that were supercharged by the pandemic.
After slogging through 2020, the year ahead sees efforts to improve on the technologies and trends that helped the public navigate a pandemic-affected world.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV (FCA) said on Tuesday it will invest $250 million to grow its presence in India with the launch of four new sport-utility vehicles (SUVs) under its Jeep brand over the next two years.
Pinduoduo employee’s death renews controversy over China’s 996 overwork culture, sparking an investigation
News of a Pinduoduo employee’s death went viral online as netizens connected it to the Chinese tech industry’s brutal ‘996’ work schedule. The e-commerce company did not mention the employee’s long working hours, but Shanghai authorities opened an investigation into the company’s labour conditions.
Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan will disband Haven, the joint venture aimed at lowering health care costs for their US employees, just three years after launching.
As millions of people await their turn to get a Covid-19 vaccine that could be months away, scammers online, in emails and on messaging apps are luring victims with claims they can deliver shots within days for as little as US$150 (RM601).
The police can only ask for access to the data by requiring a person involved in or assisting a criminal investigation to produce either their smartphone or a physical token.
(Reuters) - Micron Technology Inc on Thursday forecast second-quarter revenue above Wall Street estimates as a global shift to remote work and a recent uptick in 5G smartphone adoption drove demand for its chips.
China’s top Internet watchdog canvassed public opinion on Jan 8 for a plan to update rules more than two decades old, aiming to widen oversight of online services to cover payment, shopping and livestreaming platforms.