Why Did This Chinese Billionaire Suddenly Quit With His Tech Company?
A Chinese billionaire and a chairman of Pinduoduo, a high-flying Chinese e-commerce company, has suddenly stepped down.
Protect Your Creative Business: Get It Insured
New photography or creative business owner? If you are a new freelance photographer, or just founded your own dream creative business - congrats!
Democrats Respond Fervently to Georgia Spa Shootings That Killed Women of Asian Descent
Democrats spoke fervently on Wednesday regarding Tuesday's fatal shootings in Atlanta. They stated it is clear that the people who were shot are among the most vulnerable in the United States: Asian women.
Turning off This Smartphone Setting Will Help Prevent You from Seeing Ads
Most of us are already used to the fact that all digital platforms monetize our clicks and actions. Here's how you can switch off ads, depending on which smartphone you use.
Russia Vows To Block Twitter for 30 Days
Russia has vowed to ban Twitter within 30 days unless it takes action to delete 'banned content,' as described by the government.
China Increases Pressure on Tech Giants Through Regulators
Regulators concerned about China's rising power are increasing their pressure on the country's tech giants.
Tesla Plant Records Hundreds of COVID-19 Cases
Tesla's Bay Area production plant reported hundreds of positive COVID-19 cases following CEO Elon Musk's defiant reopening of the plant last May.
Russia Says Google Outage Due To Fire in Data Center
Russia is now trying to blame the Google outage on a fire at the tech giant's data center in France, a claim Google disputes.
Twitter Files Lawsuit Against Texas AG Over Trump Ban
Twitter has sued Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, alleging that the Republican used his office to retaliate against it for blocking former President Donald Trump's account after the riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Tesla Makes Secret Mega-Battery To Plug in Texas Grid
After nearly collapsing last month, the previously unrevealed construction of a secret mega battery connected to an ailing electric grid showed that Tesla founder, Elon Musk, is getting into the epicenter of the United States energy economy.
Facebook Investigated for Allegedly Practicing Racial Bias
Attorneys say Facebook is under 'systemic' investigation for racial bias in hiring and promotion.
US Faces New Cyberattack, Biden Prepares To Strike Back
The Biden administration is facing a new cyberattack that raises the question of whether the US needs to hit back at another global adversary, China.
Trump's Social Media Comeback: A 'Spectacular Return' to SocMed Following Ban on Facebook, Twitter
After being kicked off of major social media platforms, Facebook and Twitter, Jason Miller stated that former President Donald Trump’s social media comeback is coming by the end of spring, probably on a non-mainstream platform.
A-10 ‘Warthog’ Thunderbolt II Looks like a Flying Can Opener with Heavy 30-MM Gau Avenger Cannon
The A-10 ‘Warthog’ is one of the most capable anti-armor and all-around ground attack planes. It is a heavily armed and armored attack plane that the U.S. Air Force still uses.
YouTube CEO to Restore Trump Channel Only if Risk of Violence Decreases
Donald Trump could return to YouTube and upload videos again if the threat of political violence in the United States has passed, as per the website.