You have searched for "Charge"
Showing 1-10 of 3255
One hospital had to transport 10,000 patients to a facility with more reliable electricity. China has developed its urban centres into “smart cities”, causing problems when the Internet fails.
The six-month campaign will address the ‘tough problems’ of China’s Internet industry, said the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT). Data security and infringement of user rights among problems the MIIT pledges to address.
Like other residents of his town in Germany, Wolfgang Huste knew a flood was coming. What nobody told him, he says, was how bad it would be.
(Reuters) - Robinhood Markets Inc is considering launching U.S. retirement accounts, CEO and co-founder Vlad Tenev said on Saturday in a webcast with users of its trading app looking to participate in its initial public offering, which is set to price next week.
(Reuters) -Chipmaker Intel Corp said on Thursday it still faces supply chain constraints and gave an annual sales forecast that implied a weak end of the year.
(Reuters) -AT&T Inc on Thursday raised its full-year financial forecast as the telecoms company emerged from the pandemic with more wireless and internet customers, and beat analyst estimates for phone subscribers and revenue in the second quarter.
(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.
Chinese mission to the EU says ‘certain country in the West’ has abused its technological advantages for years, without naming US. Five of Beijing’s diplomatic missions denounce allegations of state involvement in Microsoft Exchange hack as political conspiracy.
(Reuters) -Tesla Inc plans to open its network of superchargers to other electric vehicles later this year, Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said on Twitter.
(Reuters) -Netflix Inc said it would make a deeper dive into video games as the movie and TV streaming service projected weak subscriber growth amid growing competition and the lifting of pandemic restrictions that had kept people at home.