Technology companies are definitely not giving up on their patrons amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Indian lodging startup and SoftBank Group Corp. supported Oyo Hotels & Homes faced larger losses in the year to March 2019.
eBay announced it is officially out of the online ticket resale industry, to the tune of $4 billion.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp. expects weakness in first-quarter sales as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Apple has reestablished the email app BlueMail to the Mac App Store.
Japan’s Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) suggested on Monday to include the digital yen plans on the mid-year key policy.
Tesla Inc. remotely eliminated autopilot features from a customer's car.
Nintendo associate dena file charges as gaming industry weakens. The decision was after its gaming industry stumbles in Japan's inundated mobile market.
The Bank of Japan stated that Japan's financial institutions must safeguard versus cyber-attacks.
Facebook’s Vice President of Engineering Jay Parikh revealed his departure from the firm.
Uber Technologies Inc disclosed it would be putting self-driving vehicles on Washington, D.C. roads.
The United States warned Britain ahead of a verdict by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Tencent, China’s social media giant and the world’s largest game firm, also took a 29% share of Oslo.
The CEO of Google-owner Alphabet, has encouraged regulators to take a "proportionate approach."
Recently, four businesses file a suit versus Facebook Inc in U.S. federal court.