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Speculation that Apple Inc is seeking a partner to develop its own electric vehicle swept through South Korea and Japan, where shares of major car companies climbed on reports of discussions with the maker of the iPhone.
With a YouTube account and affordable camera gear, virtually anyone can become a successful vlogger. Here’s what influencer consultants say you consider before getting started.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Twitter Inc's refusal to comply with an Indian government directive to block more than 250 accounts and posts has put the social media giant at the centre of a political firestorm in one of its key markets.
TOKYO/BERLIN (Reuters) - Renesas Electronics Corp has agreed to buy Dialog Semiconductor for 4.9 billion euros ($5.9 billion) in cash, boosting its position in low-power technology and connectivity across smart devices, cars and industry.
The rules aimed at curbing anti-competitive behaviour such as sharing sensitive consumer data, takes effect immediately.
LONDON (Reuters) - Bitcoin was fast approaching the $50,000 mark on Tuesday as the afterglow of Elon Musk-led Tesla's investment in the cryptocurrency had investors reckoning it may become a mainstream asset class for both corporations and money managers.
(Reuters) - Apple Inc's iPhone 12 mini U.S. sales were just 5% of overall sales of its new phones during the first half of January, industry data provider Counterpoint said on Tuesday, adding to signs of muted demand for the new smaller version of its flagship device.
(Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's YouTube said on Tuesday it has become the first digital platform to receive an accreditation from the Media Rating Council, signifying the streaming video service effectively protects its advertisers from appearing on content deemed inappropriate for paid ads.
(Reuters) - Canadian e-commerce company Shopify Inc said on Tuesday it would expand its payment option, "Shop Pay," to all users choosing to sell on Facebook and Instagram.
Twitter's user base jumped to 192 million following US presidential election drama, raking in record breaking profits for the tech giant.