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Amazon's voice assistant Alexa appeared to be unavailable in the UK and Europe on Friday morning.
The best Valentine's gifts for him of 2022, include Ugg slippers, AirPods Pro, Carhartt, Theragun, MasterClass, Yeti Rambler and a beef jerky heart.
If you've been looking at a set of AirPods but hesitate due to concerns about fit, don't forget about the Beats Fit Pro earbuds.
The lead surgeon is hoping to offer pig kidney transplants to patients within five years.
Climate change lies, hoaxes and conspiracy theories still rampant on Twitter, Facebook, TikTok and YouTube despite pledges to crack down, report says.
Investors pumped money into stocks and siphoned funds out of bonds and cash as global markets braced for higher interest rates, BofA's weekly flow show...
Dublin-based Exergyn replaces refrigerants with solid materials, thus reducing the output of greenhouse gases. The technology could be applicable in data centers. The industrial-grade cleantech company has now raised a $35 million (€30 million) Series A round led by Mercuria, an energy and commodities company, and Lacerta Partners, a family office-backed fund.
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger is expecting it to become "the largest silicon manufacturing location on the planet."
It says delaying the rollout of encrypted message apps leaves everyone at risk, including children.
(Bloomberg) -- Netflix Inc. expects to add just 2.5 million subscribers this quarter, a number that falls short of Wall Street's estimates and would mark the...
Instagram is taking new steps to make "potentially harmful" content less visible in its app.
Despite producing global hits like "Squid Game" in 2021, Netflix's fourth quarter returns show the streaming giant struggling to maintain a lead over its competitors. The company fell short of its projections for new subscribers this quarter, adding 8.3 million as opposed to its projected 8.5 million -- it also projects to add just 2.5 million subscribers in Q1 2022, down from 4 million last year (the company says this is because it has "a more back-end weighted content slate" for the quarter). While Netflix has about 222 million total subscribers, larger conglomerates like Disney (which also owns Hulu and ESPN) have continued to expand at a more aggressive pace.
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Top executives at the biggest U.S. banks have been optimistic about the nation's economic outlook this earnings season, pointing to healthy consumers who...
Oh and Peloton is having a terrible day. Peloton reportedly halts production: Remember when you couldn't buy a Peloton bike because there wasn't enough supply? Twitter rolls out NFT support: If you're a member of Twitter's subscription service, you will soon have the ability to connect a crypto wallet and use an NFT that you own as your profile picture.
A major Senate bill that would prevent tech companies from giving preference to their own products and services just passed a significant hurdle in Congress, bringing it one step closer to becoming law. The Senate Judiciary Committee voted today on the American Innovation and Choice Online Act, moving the prominent antitrust bill toward a vote before the full Senate. The bill passed its committee vote 16-6 Thursday, with five Republicans joining Senate Democrats to press forward with the legislation.
The next Galaxy S flagship is coming and it could be even more Note-like.
(Bloomberg) -- Intel Corp. will announce Friday the next step in Chief Executive Officer Pat Gelsinger's plan to build up semiconductor production in the U.S...
A new Android game uses a bio-sensing vibrator as a controller.
Music streaming is continuing to grow around the world. Spotify added more total subscribers in the year leading up to Q2 2021 than its competitors, but while Spotify grew by 20%, Amazon Music grew by 25%.
NASA has temporarily paused science aboard the Swift Observatory after noticing a potential equipment failure.
(Bloomberg) -- The North American steel market is in for some rough months ahead, with excess supplies, rising inventories and shrinking demand, according to...
The 25th animated project from the dynamic duo of children's films is coming straight to Disney+. Here's how you can watch "Turning Red" at home.
Critical race theory is not just an issue in schools. Republicans want to restrict how companies like CVS and Verizon talk to employees about racism.
MIT is developing all-in-one diabetes devices that could track blood glucose levels, inject insulin and otherwise reduce daily hassles.
Creators will be able to charge for access to their content.
Google announced on Thursday that it will begin offering select NBA matchups in 4K through its YouTube TV service.
Twitter is testing a new feature that allows NFT owners to authenticate NFTs displayed in their profile photos.
The question asked by Nina Strohminger to her students at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania was straightforward: What did they think the...
If you add Back Market's $510 million Series E round valuing the company at $5.7 billion, things are shaping up well for French tech in 2022. As you can imagine, the pace of new unicorn creation and fundraising generated plenty of press coverage in France, but there's an article in particular that caught my attention: A portrait of PayFit's Firmin Zocchetto, OVHcloud's Octave Klaba, Shift Technology's Jeremy Jawish, and Contentsquare's Jonathan Cherki. As French financial newspaper Les Echos pointed out, these four French Tech founders have another thing in common: They founded a unicorn on the first try.
Airbnb will offer travel insurance this spring to reassure guests worried about resuming travel.
The firm started life in mid-2017, as a spinoff of Sphero, which was dealing with its own growing pains at the time, moving from entertaining robots with help from Disney IP to a purely educationally-focused firm. The company began life under the Sphero banner, led by co-founder Ian Bernstein, coming out of stealth with an $11.5 million Series A led by Venrock and Foundry Group. The company launched an adorable little wheeled robot, designed to be, in part, a development platform for things like hospitality.
(Bloomberg) -- Farm equipment giant John Deere boasted record profits in 2021 as the global pandemic made consumers and countries more reliant than ever on a functioning agricultural sector. Also last year, unionized workers demanded a piece of the company's growing pie, and after a strike forced John Deere to provide better compensation to the men and women who make its products.Most Read from BloombergEarly Omicron Breakthroughs Show mRNA Vaccines' WeaknessWhy Some Vaccinated People Resist Omi
A major tech reform bill that would prevent the industry's biggest players from discriminating against smaller businesses that rely on their services is one step closer to passage on Thursday after passing from committee on a bipartisan 16-6 vote.
Twitter today is introducing a new feature that will allow users to show off their NFTs, or non-fungible tokens -- a way to certify digital assets stored on the blockchain. The company is rolling out NFT Profile Pictures to Twitter Blue subscribers on iOS by way of Twitter Blue's early access Labs feature. The Twitter Blue subscription service is not yet globally available which will limit the adoption of NFT Profile Pictures to the early markets where the offering is now live -- the U.S., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
Prophecy, a low-code platform for data engineering, today announced that it has raised a $25 million Series A round led by Insight Partners. At the core of the Prophecy user experience is its low-code environment, which allows data engineers and analysts to seamlessly switch between a visual interface and a code editor for building workflows. It's this ability to switch back and forth between code and the visual interface, with changes on either side immediately reflected on the other -- combined with the ability to extend the visual interface with custom elements as needed -- that the team hopes will give it a leg up in the market.
As part of its ongoing partnership with Aardman Animations, Netflix announced new Chicken Run and Wallace & Gromit movies are coming in 2023 and 2024.
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To say the last few years have been a roller coaster for Peloton barely scratches the surface. Once flying high on exploding pandemic demand, the company has been confronted with what it has deemed a "significant reduction" in its connected fitness products, including a series of treadmills and bikes. Peloton was initially one of the biggest tech winners as gyms across the globe closed down amid the pandemic.
The company's post-mortem comes just one day after CEO Kris Marszalek acknowledged the breach in an interview with Bloomberg TV. Today's statement said Crypto.com detected the suspicious activity on Monday where "transactions were being approved without the 2FA authentication control being inputted by the user." The additional measures include a mandatory 24-hour delay between registration of a new withdrawal address and the first withdrawal, so users will be notified and have "adequate time to react and respond" by contacting the Crypto.com team if the withdrawal appears to be unauthorized.
Casio's CT-S100V is a super fun singing keyboard. It's just a shame it's so damn expensive.
A module that hosts a film studio and sports arena could be connected to the International Space Station by December 2024. Space Entertainment Enterprise (SEE), which is co-producing a Tom Cruise movie that will partly be shot in space, is behind the project. If and when SEE-1 is up and running, it plans to host TV and film productions, as well as music events and some kind of sports, which can be filmed or livestreamed, according to Variety.
New life expectancy tables go into effect this year to determine required minimum distributions (RMDs) from IRAs, 401(k)s and other retirement plans, which...
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Rivian investment gains to increase Ford's book value
The developer of a game with the same name as viral hit Wordle gives away the money spent on it.
You think Zoom not working or a computer eager update is your biggest work annoyance? Don't forget the dreaded reply all thread.
The Fatwa has been issued on the basis of the volatile nature of the crypto market as well as the absence of an underlying asset.
The US stock market is starting to strike some observers as overvalued. For the past three years, it has brought in double-digit returns, and the sustained...