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Facebook Inc on Sept 1 said it would stop Australians sharing news content on its platforms if a proposal to make it pay local media outlets for their content becomes law, further escalating tension with the Australian government.
Even in the data-driven tech world, Instacart stands out for its metrics-oriented culture, interviews with more than 30 current and former employees as well as documents and recordings reviewed by The Times reveal.
“Women in Pakistan are really, really strong. We have a voice. We just don’t have enough spaces to use that voice,” says Kanwal Ahmed, an agony aunt to some 260,000, determined to change the situation.
The QR code, which is seeing a resurgence during the Covid-19 pandemic, has come a long way since its inception in 1994.
ByteDance, the owner of popular short-video app TikTok, said it has acquired a Chinese third-party payment service UIPay in a bid to leverage its domestic payment capability.
A banner streak of wealth gains came to an end on Sept 3 for the world’s richest technology billionaires.
Europe’s fintech upstarts have added millions of users and billions of deposits in their venture-capital fueled boom the past few years. And now the fight to one day turn a profit is becoming a battle for survival.
The ultimate out-of-office email is the one that balance's your workplace's culture, combining the right amount of formality, humour and, above all, information about your absence.
You probably don't need to upgrade your smartphone to the latest flashiest model. But then again, your old phone would make a great navigator for your car or bike. Here's how to upcycle an old phone into a screen for mapping or a dashcam for your car.
Britain set out its plans this week for a digital identity system aimed at making it easier for people to access public services and buy age-restricted goods – whether registering with a new doctor or buying a bottle of wine.