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Conservationists have started using satellite imagery to count elephants from space, a technique that British experts hope will help protect threatened populations in Africa.
Going digital in today’s economy is at the forefront of societal change as communities emerge from a debilitating pandemic and face economic restoration challenges in the new normal.
Apple's top iPhone assembler, Taiwan-based Foxconn, has set up a task force to fend off the growing clout of Chinese electronics manufacturer Luxshare.
An advertisement released Monday shows ByteDance wants to fill 700 business-related positions and 200 technical positions in gaming. The social media company has been slowly building up its gaming clout, emulating Tencent’s rise in the industry.
As news continues to develop around TikTok's uncertain status in the United States, Los Angeles-based competitor Triller has reportedly jumped to the top of the App Store's Top Free Apps.
Tesla Inc accused Rivian Automotive Inc in a lawsuit of an "alarming pattern” of poaching its employees and stealing trade secrets.
TikTok has been in discussions with the UK government over the past few months to locate its headquarters in London, a source familiar with the matter said, as part of a strategy to distance itself from its Chinese ownership.
When Brian Hall accepted a job at Google early this year, he says his former employer was congratulatory. Amazon.com Inc cloud-computing boss Andy Jassy said by email that he wished Hall would have stuck around longer, but that he wished him "nothing but the best”.
Six former eBay Inc employees have been charged with waging an extensive campaign to terrorize and intimidate the editor and publisher of an online newsletter with threats and disturbing deliveries to their home, including live spiders and cockroaches, federal authorities said Monday.
One constant in Facebook’s corporate culture is the ruthless aggression when it comes to growth and competition. To take just one example: More than a decade ago, a young, upstart Facebook smashed a wage-fixing cartel that then had been imposed by older, more established tech companies and it tried to hire the best tech talent.