Amazon Hit With Record-Breaking Fine by EU Over Data Privacy

Amazon has been hit with a whopping $888 million fine from the EU over how it handled private data.

New York Times Pushes Back a Return to the Office

In what is becoming an all-too-familiar routine, the New York Times has announced it is pushing back its return to the office.

Invisibly Launches Platform to Help People Control and Monetize Their Data

Invisibly is looking to disrupt the advertising industry, launching a platform that puts people in control of their data.

Tesla Settles Battery Voltage Lawsuit for $1.5 Million

Tesla has agreed to pay $1.5 million in a lawsuit over claims the company reduced the battery voltage in some vehicles via software.

Cisco May Need to Open the Coffers to Remain Competitive

Analysts believe Cisco may have to spend big on acquisitions if it wants to remain competitive in a changing tech landscape.

Apple No Longer Listed Under NAB Attendees

Following news Apple would be attending its first NAB Show in a decade, the company has been pulled from the list of attendees.

Instagram Accounts Will Default to Private for Teens Under 16

Facebook has announced it will make new Instagram accounts for teens under 16 private by default.

Google Cloud Retail Search to Address $300 Billion E-Commerce Search Abandonment

Google is trying to help the e-commerce industry address a $300 billion abandonment issue with Google Cloud Retail Search.

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