iOS versions (14.5.1, 14.6, and 14.7) that featured the App Tracking Transparency privacy safeguard are reaching critical mass.
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Sources told the WSJ that the FTC is reviewing the deal since it's already investigating Amazon's business practices over antitrust concerns.
PIL’s acquisition of Silvan adds new dimensions to its research and development (R&D) and innovation capabilities
On the work front, Akshay had been shooting for his upcoming movie 'Ram Setu' with Jacqueline Fernandez and Nushrratt Bharuccha
Is it an e-bike or an e-moped? Who cares, it’s fast
(Hackensack Meridian Health) A laboratory at the CDI has discovered a highly sensitive methodology that can efficiently find and harness EVs -- particularly exosomes and the micro RNAs they carry. These could be crucial clues to early identification of diseases like cancer
Much bubble, none value, regulator excite Thailand’s Securities and Exchange Commission has banned dealing in some cryptocurrencies and non-fungible tokens.…
Supreme Court scraps earlier ruling against LinkedIn in light of recent developments.
AMD published a patent for a hybrid CPU that can move tasks between big and little cores efficiently.
It serves over 50,000 kirana stores via its full stack e-commerce model comprising a B2B marketplace platform, warehousing and last-mile delivery supply chain network, and a fintech platform with payment and credit solutions for kirana store owners
Even the benefits to working remotely were purely incidental. Companies were never interested in worker well-being - just their bottom line.
The iOS 15 developer beta was previewed at WWDC, and while it's got some cool new bells and whistles, Apple didn't deliver everything.
After Jan. 6, Cheney has refused to waver in her confidence in the election results and her repudiation of Trump, which has upset many Republicans.
Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The app industry continues to grow, with a record 218 billion downloads and $143 billion in global consumer spend in 2020. Consumers last year also spent 3.5 trillion minutes using apps on Android devices […]
Look, I have already sung the praises of wagons. I have waxed about their practicality; shook my fist at the sky and howled about their aesthetic superiority. I have made it abundantly clear that I am on Team Wagon, and so the fact that the 2021 Mercedes-AMG E 63 S Wagon has an early advantage with me should come as … Continue reading
The tax is aimed at tech giants like Google, but the City of London and Switzerland worry their finance outsize sectors will be caught up as well.
North Korea has pushed back on cultural influence from its southern neighbor and beyond.
OnePlus definitely does things differently from other phone manufacturers, especially when it comes to consumer relations and marketing. It has long stopped trying to block leaks and insider tips which have become nearly impossible to do anyway in recent years. Instead, it tries to get ahead of those unofficial sources by teasing its own devices, something leaving nothing else to … Continue reading
It’s not a WWDC keynote without an update for macOS, and that’s what Apple gave us today when it introduced macOS Monterey. The next version of macOS will have many of the features that were announced for iOS 15 and iPadOS today, but Apple took the time to preview two new features for macOS: Universal Control and AirPlay to Mac. … Continue reading
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