Didi Free to Accept New Signups As China Ends Tech Crackdown

In a sign that China’s war on tech is finally over, ride-sharing service Didi is once again free to accept new signups.

Workers at the Main iPhone Factory Engage in Violent Protests

iPhone shipments are set to take another hit as workers at supplier Foxconn’s main factory engage in violent protests.

Tech News Website Protocol Is Shutting Down

Tech news website Protocol is shutting down, with its roughly 60 staff facing impending lay-offs.

Netflix’s Ad-Support Plan Has Arrived

Netflix has finally rolled out its ad-supported plan, although it won’t be free like many users may have hoped.

RH CEO: ‘Anybody Who Thinks We’re Not In a Recession Is Crazy’

Anyone hoping the current economic downturn is just a blip will surely be disappointed by RH CEO Gary Friedman’s warning.

TSMC Warns a Chinese Invasion of Taiwan Would Shut It Down

TSMC is sounding the warning about a potential Chinese invasion, saying such an eventually would effectively shut down the chipmaker.

T-Mobile Agrees to $350 Million Settlement Data Breach

T-Mobile has agreed to a $350 million settlement over a data breach in 2021 that impacted some 76 million US individuals.

FBI: Huawei Equipment on Cell Towers Could Disrupt US Nuclear Capability

The FBI has accused Huawei of spying for China and installing equipment that could disrupt nuclear operations communications.

No, Companies Have No Idea When They’ll Return to the Office

After multiple return-to-office dates, COVID-19 surges and delayed expectations, one thing is clear: Companies have no idea when they’ll return.

White House Will Convene 30 Countries to Combat Cybersecurity Threats

The Biden administration is planning a meeting that will involve some 30 countries in a coordinated effort to combat cybersecurity threats.

Slack All-In on Remote Work, Tells Execs to Limit In-Office Time

Slack is going all-in on remote work, wanting its executives to lead by example by limiting the amount of time they spend in the office.

Robots Are Saving Understaffed Restaurants

Robots are helping restaurants deal with staff shortages, taking over some of the easier, but critical, day-to-day duties.

Streaming TV Only 26% of Market But Growing Fast

Streaming TV may be constantly in the news, with a new service seemingly cropping up every week, but it still comprises a minority of the market.

A Single Customer Was Responsible for Fastly’s Outage

Fastly has said a single customer caused yesterday’s outage, an outage that had widespread repercussions.

CDN Glitch Leads to Massive Internet Outages

A glitch at Fastly, a popular CDN, led to outages for some of the internet’s biggest sites Tuesday morning.

Andreessen Horowitz Hires Maggie Leung As It Doubles Down On Media Strategy

Andreessen Horowitz (a16z) has hired Maggie Leung, a well-known journalist, as executive editor as the company doubles down on its media efforts.

Scientists May Be Able to Create Oxygen on Mars

Scientists may have discovered a way to create oxygen on Mars, a crucial step toward long-term colonization.

Salesforce Plus Slack Equals a Battle Over the Cloud

Salesforce announced its much-anticipated acquisition of Slack earlier today, sparking nothing short of a battle over the cloud.

Professor Scott Galloway: Amazon May Spin Off AWS

Amid increased antitrust scrutiny, at least one expert is predicting Jeff Bezos and Amazon may spin off AWS.

Coronavirus: Apple, Netflix and Others Pull Out of SXSW Conference

Apple and Netflix are among the latest companies to pull out of the South by Southwest Conference scheduled for March 13 in Austin, Texas.