DoorDash to Show Narrower Annual Loss as Growth Continues
The app’s revenue is projected to jump threefold as food-delivery skyrocketed during pandemic.
Amazon's Lack of Disclosure on SolarWinds Hack Angers Lawmakers
The tech giant says it wasn’t breached, but it is seen as having valuable data on the attack.
Npower app attack exposed customers' bank details
The energy provider, owned by Eon, reports a breach to the UK's data watchdog.
Fight Between 'Fortnite' Creator and Apple Reels in More Tech Players
Computer-game distributor Valve is the latest to be pressured into playing a role in a legal battle over app-store fees.
6 Reasons Why Our DeFi x NFT Game Chose to Run on Polygon, Dodging Insane ETH Fees
When we launched our eco-governance token on Ethereum in September, it was the peak of the first DeFi season. Prices were rising, degens were...
5 Blockchain Games and NFT Projects Taking Over Art and Entertainment
NFTs are becoming mainstream due to recent innovations. Non-fungible tokens, better known as NFTs, are taking the blockchain, collectibles, and...
Will Superhero Movies Survive the Streaming Era?
The majority of cinemas all over the world have had to close their doors for much of 2020 to maintain social distancing protocols. Read the full...
Netflix Wants You to Binge Watch More Korean Dramas
Netflix will invest $500 million this year in South Korean films and TV series, tapping one of Asia’s cultural powerhouses as global competition...
Myanmar coup: Facebook, Instagram place immediate ban on military
Facebook said deadly violence in Myanmar had brought about the need for the ban on the military.
Australia passes law to make Google and Facebook pay for news
The world-first law is designed to make the tech giants pay news publishers for content.
WeWork Co-Founder to Get Extra $50 Million in SoftBank Settlement
WeWork co-founder and former CEO Adam Neumann is set to reap an extra $50 million windfall and other benefits as part of an agreement to settle a...
UK 4G smartphone owners may be due £480m pay-out
Some 29 million people in the UK could be entitled to up to £30 back on Apple or Samsung smartphones.