COVID-19 has forced many companies to change their priorities and focus on ‘business as usual’ and guarantee their survival,
Burnout among entrepreneurs is a common phenomenon. Most are on the go 24/7, putting in more hours than available in a day. The extra …
Buggatti, which hasn’t produced an electric car since 1931, is ready to get back on the playing field with the 2020 Baby II, an all-electric Bugatti Toy Car.
Tesla’s Cybertruck might be able to get new body color options seeing as creative fans are increasingly imagining up new versions of it.
Eastman Kodak that’s been failing to make a mark on the Wall Street is now having a moment. Kodak stock tripled after the company announced it is pivoting to become a pharmaceutical powerful.
AMD is witnessing an upswing in its business with its nearest rival, Intel, facing problems in delivering its products on time. AMD has gone ahead in its innovations with a well-defined Zen 2 processor architecture and a 7-nanometer chip.
The darknet use cryptocurrencies to carry out nefarious activities and a crypto research firm says 1 million Bitcoins are being used by scammers etc, the good news is that such activities are restricted by exchanges and countries with strict norms
Nissan Motor Co. is struggling with slumping new car sales amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. The Japanese automaker announced on Tuesday it expects to make an annual operating loss for a second straight year. It issued forecast for the full fiscal year ending March 2021, saying it expects revenue of ¥7.8 trillion ($74 billion) – down 21% – and a net loss of ¥670 billion ($6.4 billion).
SAP is going public with Qualtrics as a separate entity, though will keep the majority shares with itself. The timing is right for the customer tracking software company to take advantage of the tech rally at the bourses
Ritter, which supposedly started making chocolate in square form so it’d fit into jacket pockets easier, registered the shape with the German patent office, and now Milka brand owners Mondelēz have lost a case for dibs on the square shape.
Apple has been unhappy with the progress of Intel’s chip designs and has blamed it for the slowdown in its sales of Mac computers. Intel’s updates for the MacOS have been few and far between in recent years, which has led to customer complaints.
Samsung’s new bean-shaped earbuds images were leaked online along with pictures of its charging case recently. And now an early update to Samsung’s Galaxy Buds companion app has confirmed nearly all the details that were speculated on previously.
T-Mobile will no longer sign up any phones on its network without VoLTE support. AT&T has already sent out similar notices, it will stop support in February 2022.
The U.S. government has signed an agreement worth $1.95 billion with Pfizer and BioNTEch to produce and deliver 100 million doses of their Covid-19 vaccines. It is the largest such deal between the government and companies racing to develop a coronavirus vaccine.
Tesla, Inc. announced the location of its next US Gigafactory at a press conference after declaring the second quarter results of Tesla, putting to rest all speculations about the venue. Elon Musk, the billionaire CEO, revealed that the upcoming Cybertruck will be built in Austin, Texas, and construction is “already underway, it started this weekend.”
In the US, billionaires have become richer to the tune of $565 billion since March Steve Ballmer, Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk have all added to their wealth since January,
The exclusive deal between Fiat Chrysler & Waymo will help Fiat to bring its technology developments into the mainstream.
A Japanese startup has developed a smart mask, C-Mask, which connects to the smartphone and also allows you to make calls remotely.
Oxygen molecule has been used by scientists to upconvert low energy light to high energy above the silicon band gap.
Apple Card credit report can be generated on TransUnion and Experian now, though how it affects the credit score depends on one’s spending.