Subaru Shutting Japanese Plants in July Due to Semiconductor Shortage

The semiconductor shortage continues to take a toll, with Subaru announcing it is temporarily shutting down plants in Japan in July.

California Now Offering Digital COVID Vaccination Record

California is now offering residents digital proof-of-vaccination, making it that much easier for someone to prove their vaccination status.

NVIDIA May Miss March 2022 Deadline to Buy Arm

NVIDIA’s attempt to purchase Arm Holdings may be headed for a rocky patch, as the company may miss its deadline.

Congressman Joe Morelle Introduces Right to Repair Bill

New York Rep. Joe Morelle has introduced right to repair legislation, in a bid that could have a major impact on device manufacturers.

Facebook Poised for Slowest US Growth Ever in 2021

Facebook is poised to experience its slowest US growth ever in 2021, dropping to a mere 1%.

Google Rolling Out End-to-End Encryption in Messages

At long last, Google is rolling out end-to-end encryption (E2EE) in its Android Messages app.

Volvo First Automaker to Pursue Fossil-Free Steel

Volvo is working with Swedish steel maker SSAB in an effort to move to fossil-free steel for automotive production.

Oracle Beats Guidance on Strong Cloud Performance

Oracle reported its quarterly results, beating guidance as a result of strong cloud results.

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