Major banks are reportedly joining forces in an effort to better take on Apple Card and PayPal in the digital wallet market.
PagerDuty CEO Jennifer Tejada has set the bar for the most cringe-worthy way of laying off employees.
Intel’s recovery hit a major speedbump Friday as the company saw $8 billion of its market value wiped away, surprising analysts.
Beginning February 28, Amazon Fresh customers will need to order quite a bit more to qualify for free delivery.
Walmart has announced a major initiative aimed to invest in its workers, including raising wages across the company.
Subscription pricing models may be an unforeseen casualty of the economic downturn, paving the way for usage-based billing.
Stripe’s IPO may be on the horizon, with the company telling employees it will decide within the next year whether to go public.
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Consumer Reports has ranked the top automated driving systems, and Ford has come out on top, beating Tesla by a wide margin.
Big Blue is joining the list of tech companies laying off employees, announcing it would cut 3,900 jobs.
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Microsoft is reportedly reworking File Explorer to make it better match the rest of the Windows 11 aesthetic and features.
Google is updating its policies regarding Android APIs, with plans to block outdated apps in Android 14.
Google has rolled out a major update to Calendar, one that will make it easier for users to avoid scheduling conflicts.
A major Google investor doesn’t believe the company’s 12,000 job cuts are enough and is calling for 30,000 instead.
Google is ending a controversial pilot program and will stop exempting political ads from automatic spam filters, a move that will delight and anger.
The UK plans to subsidize its semiconductor industry in an effort to bring more production in-country.