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Instagram started offering users on on April 21 the option to filter incoming direct message requests for hurtful language, a step aimed at showing the Facebook-owned social network is serious about reducing online harassment.
(Reuters) - Gamestop Corp chief executive George Sherman can step down this summer with a $179 million windfall that dwarfs CEO salaries at many larger corporations thanks to a sweetheart deal that was turbocharged by this year's furious meme stock rally, compensation experts said.
The competition between Wang Xing’s Meituan and fellow tech billionaire Jack Ma’s Alibaba Group Holding Ltd is turning into one of the great rivalries in Chinese business.
Experimental network connects 40 leading universities to prepare for an AI-driven society five to 10 years down the track. The facility will become a prototype ‘future Internet’ with huge bandwidth to connect the many devices expected to be commonplace.
As Apple Inc was revealing its newest line of iPads and flashy new iMacs on April 20, one of its primary suppliers was enduring a ransomware attack from a Russian operator claiming to have stolen blueprints of the US company’s latest products.
Tesla protest at Shanghai Auto Show 2021 ends with woman dragged off by security after climbing onto car and shouting
A woman in China claims her Tesla’s brakes malfunctioned, causing her car to crash. The company denies this and said the car was speeding, but has refused to release all of the car’s data from the crash.
It’s a 21st century riddle: A car crashes, killing both occupants – but not the driver.
Japan's biggest online brokerage is zeroing its commission fees on trading of domestic stocks to lure young Japanese investors.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) -ASML Holding NV, one of the biggest suppliers to semiconductor companies, on Wednesday reported a better-than-expected net income for the first quarter and raised its full-year sales forecast, citing strong demand amid a global computer chip shortage.
China’s tech giants are shifting slowly toward using more clean electricity to power their energy-hungry operations, Greenpeace found in its second review of the industry.