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As Facebook, Twitter and Zillow are developing plans to let employees work remotely forever, many other companies are changing their office routines to adapt to the new reality of telecommuting.
Some British lawmakers push back on TikTok’s possible HQ move from California to London, sources say
Parent company ByteDance admitted on Aug 3 that TikTok’s headquarters may be established outside the United States. US president has given ByteDance until Sept 15 to work out possible sale to Microsoft, or any other US company.
After years of being part of a future that never quite arrived, the coronavirus pandemic has put US online car sellers on the map.
After Jack Ryan on Amazon Prime Video, another of the Tom Clancy stories has tempted a leading streaming platform. Netflix has teamed up with Ubisoft to adapt the hit Splinter Cell series, Variety reveals.
Sales of games in China surged to US$19.9bil in the first half the year, 22.3% higher than the same period last year. Home-grown games continue to dominate the market, but are seeing faster growth overseas as China’s market gets saturated.
ALTHOUGH consumer-based artificial intelligence (AI) is still in its infancy, many users the world over have been exposed to components of this new technological advancement in their daily lives.
The startup scene in France has the same problem that plagues the industry everywhere – too little diversity. Trouble is, in France you can’t measure it.
Less than two months after their office romance ended, Ahmad Kazzelbach began tampering with the email and social media accounts of the Baltimore woman who broke up with him. That was only the start of a vicious cyberstalking campaign that would escalate steadily over the next year.
Twitter Inc has struggled for years to police the growing number of employees and contractors who have the ability to reset users’ accounts and override their security settings, a problem that chief executive officer Jack Dorsey and the board were warned about multiple times since 2015, according to former employees with knowledge of the company’s security operations.
The blockchain world today is thousands of disparate platforms that can’t talk to each other. So a little-known startup hatched one of the most ambitious plans yet to bridge all the divides – and it’s got the backing of the Chinese government.