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The Epic founder has reason to be bullish, as his company’s Fortnite has rapidly evolved from a popular multiplayer game into an online space where people socialise and big-name musicians host virtual concerts.
NEW YORK: The world’s biggest energy companies are producing the most cash in years, but don’t expect them to spend it on bringing on fresh supplies of oil and natural gas to combat shortages in Europe and China this winter.
Meta Platforms Inc, the company formerly known as Facebook Inc, is developing a smartwatch with a front-facing camera and rounded screen, according to an image of the device found inside one of the tech giant’s iPhone apps.
As brokerage app Robinhood repositions itself to be about "safety first" and moves away from meme stocks, analyst question if it is missing the point of what customers expect from the company.
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/Asia News Network): The Philippines is still ranked last among 53 countries in the latest international Covid-19 report that measures the resilience of economies to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Modern cars are computers on wheels, meaning hostile hackers can violate your car's software and do what they want to it a lot more easily than you might think.
(Reuters) - As top K-pop bands get ready to go back on stage or live stream new shows after being sidelined by the pandemic, their fans discover the global chip crisis has also caught up with the world of catchy tunes, glitzy outfits and elaborate dance routines.
Philippines inflation slowed to 4.8% in September
MANILA: Philippine inflation eased in September from a near three-year peak in the previous month, giving the central bank some room to maintain its policy support to ensure a sustained recovery for the economy.