The company managed to boost sales despite the impact of the coronavirus, which rattled supply chains and dampened overall smartphone demand.
Silicon Valley is going crazy for Clubhouse, a social media app with 1,500 users that’s already worth $100 million
Clubhouse doesn’t yet have a website and only counts about 1,500 users, but it’s generating buzz for bringing celebrities together with venture capitalists.
Google has pledged to stop making customized A.I software for firms who profit off fossil fuels.
Ola said its revenues plunged 95% in the past two months as shelter-in-place measures dried up demand for its taxi app.
The University of Cambridge, which is more than 800-years-old, is cancelling face-to-face lectures for the next academic year as a result of coronavirus.
The iPhone maker has a good relationship with Beijing and indirectly employs hundreds of thousands of workers in China, factors that could dissuade authorities from taking action against the company.
“I think it’s in all our interests to continue to find areas of common ground and that’s, by the way, exactly what we do in the state of California with Tesla,” Gov. Gavin Newsom told CNBC on Tuesday.
Apple paid Sony about $70 million for 15 years of streaming rights to the Tom Hanks film “Greyhound,” which cost about $50 million to make, according to sources familiar.
The Joe Rogan Experience launched more than a decade ago and has built a massive and loyal following.
The big-box retailer bought the startup in 2016 to accelerate its expansion into e-commerce and help it fend off Amazon.