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KUALA LUMPUR: A syndicate offering job-seekers a commission of about 8% as an “online purchasing agent” was busted with the arrest of nine individuals, including a Thai woman.
Climate scientists have warned for years that a warming planet would cause more extreme storms, like the one that walloped Texas in February, knocking out power and leaving millions in a deep freeze.
Spotify Technology SA and Match Group Inc, the company behind dating app Tinder, accused Apple Inc of abusing its power over software developers that depend on the iPhone maker’s App Store to reach users.
MANILA, Philippines, April 22 (Philippine Inquirer/ANN) — The Philippines is facing “a worse state of press freedom” after it ranked 138th out of 180 countries in the 2021 World Press Freedom Index, the Commission in Human Rights (CHR) said Thursday.
Music-streaming service Spotify Technology SA and Match Group Inc, which operates online dating apps, accused Apple Inc of squeezing software developers that depend on its App Store to reach customers by extracting monopoly profits and squashing competition.
Audio is THE trend to follow in 2021. Facebook, Twitter and even LinkedIn have all jumped on the audio bandwagon. Now it’s Reddit’s turn to try its luck.
(Reuters) - The PGA Tour has implemented a lucrative bonus structure this year that will compensate the 10 players judged to drive the most fan and sponsor engagement, regardless of their results on the course, through a pool $40 million.
WASHINGTON: A panel of U.S. senators questioned officials from Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google on Wednesday about the dominance of their mobile app stores and whether the companies abuse their power at the expense of smaller competitors.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A panel of U.S. senators questioned officials from Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google on Wednesday about the dominance of their mobile app stores and whether the companies abuse their power at the expense of smaller competitors.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's government chose Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google for a more than $1 billion project to provide cloud services for the country's public sector and military.