Google Translate Shuts Down in China

Google Translate has shut down in China, leaving users without one of the best online translation services available.

Meta Must Pay $175M for Infringing on a Green Beret’s App

Most would tread carefully to avoid upsetting a Green Beret, but Meta evidently didn’t get the memo, choosing to copy his app.

Apple Poised to Move a Quarter of iPhone Production to India

Apple is preparing to move a significant portion of its iPhone manufacturing to India as it tries to lessen its reliance on China.

Ford Plans to Cut 3,000 Jobs

Ford’s restructuring plans are coming into focus, with the automaker planning to cut 3,000 jobs.

Dutch Authorities Arrest Suspected Tornado Cash Developer

In an unusual twist in crypto news, an individual has been arrested by Dutch authorities over suspicion of being a Tornado Cash developer.

Groupon the Latest Company to Lay Off Employees

Groupon is the latest company to announce significant layoffs as a result of the economic downturn.

Atlassian Leaving London for the US

London, and the UK in general, suffered a stinging blow as tech company Atlassian is moving its headquarters to Delaware, USA.

Nothing to See Here: FTX CEO Denies Plans to Buy Robinhood

Sam Bankman-Fried, CEO of crypto exchange FTX, has denied rumors his company is looking to purchase Robinhood.

American Express Launching Crypto Rewards Credit Card

In a first for the credit card company, American Express has launching a card that rewards users with cryptocurrency instead of traditional rewards.

Unrelenting Spam Forces Google to Suspend RCS in India

Google may be throwing its full weight behind RCS messaging, but it’s been forced to suspend the feature in India due to businesses abusing it to spam users.

Ahrefs Launching Yep, a Content Creator and Privacy Focused Search Engine

Ahrefs, the company known for making SEO tools, is getting into the search engine game with Yep, a search engine focused on privacy and content creators.

VPN Providers May Be Forced to Pull Out of India

VPN providers may be forced to pull out of the Indian market over a new law that undermines the privacy VPNs offer.

Podcast Revenue in the US Set to Surpass $4 Billion in 2024

Podcasting is enjoying a major growth spurt, with the industry expected to surpass $4 billion in revenue in the US alone by 2024.

PayPal Is Closing Shop in San Francisco

PayPal is closing its offices in San Francisco, the latest indication of the changes brought about the global pandemic.

Mailchimp Was Hacked, Compromising 100+ Customers’ Data

Mailchimp has admitted being hacked, with more than 100 customers’ data compromised.

Netflix May Charge More For Account Sharing

Netflix is experimenting with changes to its plans, possibly charging more for customers who share their account with others.

Better.com Preparing to Lay Off Another 4,000 Employees

Better.com is preparing to lay off an additional 4,000 employees, just months after its CEO infamously laid off 900 in a group Zoom call.

Samsung to Roll Out Update to Fix Throttling

Samsung plans to roll out an update that will fix throttling on its phones, following reports of more than 10,000 apps being throttled.

India’s Central Bank Compares Crypto to a ‘Ponzi Scheme’

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has come out swinging against cryptocurrency, likening it to a “Ponzi scheme.”

Sony Looks to Building and Selling EVs

Move over Tesla: Sony is looking get in on the electric vehicle (EV) market.