The pandemic has given modern technology another good run for its money.
Microsoft confirms plans to acquire the ByteDance-owned TikTok.
Elon Musk is famous for many things, including the technology giants Tesla Inc. and SpaceX.
Elon Musk says that the automaker is willing to supply batteries to other carmakers.
Indian court filed a complaint against allegations that the Alibaba’s subsidiaries unjustly fired a local employee.
Twitter receives serious backlash over its slow action towards a British rapper Wiley’s anti-Semitic posts.
British telecommunications giant, Vodafone announced that it will list Vantage Towers.
Seimens will officially roll out a new flexible working application for its employees around the world.
Alex Zhu was tasked to find new startup companies that ByteDance will invest in.
Volkswagen says South Korean battery rows would disrupt supplies
Ford Motor Co will finally work with technology giant Intel Corp’s Mobileye, an autonomous driving unit.
Twitter announced late yesterday that around 130 user accounts were targeted by a cyber-attack.
Social Media Giant Facebook announces a new feature that will debunk covid-19 myths.
The music streaming company, Spotify, launched in Russia yesterday.
Google is looking to put in $10 billion dollars toward India’s internet.
The United Kingdom is now looking to ban Chinese technology giant Huawei from its 5G endeavors.
Sony bought $250 million-worth of Epic Game stakes.
Elon Musk is facing serious complaints about sudden or unexpected accelerations.