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(Reuters) - Electric-car maker Tesla Inc will most likely restart accepting bitcoin as payments once it conducts due diligence on the amount of renewable energy used to mine the currency, Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said at a conference on Wednesday.
The battle for likes is still raging on Instagram. And with a growing number of influencers out there, the market is more competitive than ever.
Someone called you, but you didn’t pick up in time? Don’t panic, WhatsApp is now letting users join group calls in progress. The messaging application has unveiled a new feature on its platform that shows users group calls currently underway.
(Reuters) -Core Scientific Holding Co said on Wednesday it would go public through a merger with a blank-check company backed by BlackRock Inc, in a deal that values the cryptocurrency miner at $4.3 billion.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A 22-year-old British citizen was arrested in Spain on Wednesday in connection with a July 2020 Twitter hack which compromised the accounts of high-profile politicians and celebrities, the U.S. Justice Department said on Wednesday.
DETROIT (Reuters) -The global semiconductor chip shortage that has hit automakers around the world and constrained vehicle production will easily drag into next year, the chief executive of the world's No. 4 automaker, Stellantis, said on Wednesday.
BENGALURU (Reuters) - Indian outsourcing giant Infosys Ltd told employees last week they could resume work from offices, according to a memo seen by Reuters that offers an early sign of the country's $190 billion technology services sector moving to get back on track.
(Reuters) - Wall Street analysts welcomed Netflix's planned plunge into mobile gaming on Wednesday, calling it a sensible move to keep users' eyes on screens while worrying it would take significant time and investment to pay off.
The largest US technology companies continued to spend millions on lobbying last quarter, seeking to sway legislation intended to bolster antitrust enforcement and force other changes on the industry.
BERLIN (Reuters) -Shares in SAP fell on Wednesday, with investors disappointed that the German business software group's revenue and profit outlook had not been lifted further.