Tesla CEO Show-Offs New Custom Chip for Self-Driving Cars During an Event

Tesla CEO Show-Offs New Custom Chip for Self-Driving Cars During an Event

Elon Musk, the Tesla CEO continues to surprise the world with his bold announcements. The latest one has excited many investors despite missing time frames. At the end of 2017, Tesla announced it was trying to develop the first ever computer chip for driver-less vehicles. Now the CEO correctly estimates when a product will arrive. […]

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Nissan Filed a Criminal Lawsuit Against Detained Ex-Chairman Carlos Ghosn

Nissan Filed a Criminal Lawsuit Against Detained Ex-Chairman Carlos Ghosn

On Monday, Nissan Motor Inc. declared it had filed a criminal suit against ex-chairman Carlos Ghosn. The complaint refers to an aggravated breach of trust under Japan’s Companies act. It is the latest chapter of the matter, which launches a fourth charge against Mr Carlos. As per the company, the former chairman used the company’s […]

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Intel Announced Departure from the 5G Smartphone Modem Market

Intel Announced Departure from the 5G Smartphone Modem Market

Presently, many tech giants are developing their smartphone technology for 5G networks, and Intel is pacing its way out. On Tuesday, Intel announced that it is escaping the 5G mobile modem market. Despite making 5G modems for smartphones, the chipmaker intends to step-in into 4G and 5G modems for PCs and home devices. The departure […]

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Lyft will Pull Back Its e-Bikes from Three U.S. Cities Due to Front Brake Concerns

Lyft will Pull Back Its e-Bikes from Three U.S. Cities Due to Front Brake Concerns

Lyft Inc. is pulling back thousands of electric bikes from service from three U.S. cities after reported brake issues. On Sunday the ride-sharing giant said the move would affect New York, Washington, and San Francisco. According to the company’s blog post, they received some complaints from riders. A small number of customers experienced a stronger […]

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New Zealand Privacy Commissioner Slams Facebook and Its Executives Over Live Streaming

New Zealand Privacy Commissioner Slams Facebook and Its Executives Over Live Streaming

John Edwards, New Zealand’s privacy commissioner, has criticized Facebook. He called the social networking platform as a company having morally bankrupt pathological liars. Edwards added that the social media giant denies accepting accountability of harmful and toxic content. On Monday, during an interview with Radio New Zealand, the privacy commissioner said Facebook has no plan […]

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Tokyo Prosecutors Rearrested Former Nissan Executive On New Charges

Tokyo Prosecutors Rearrested Former Nissan Executive On New Charges

It is the fourth time; Japanese prosecutors have arrested former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn. On Thursday, they questioned him for charged financial misconduct while leading the Japanese carmaker. Attorneys stepped into the ex-auto executive’s home in Tokyo and re-arrested him on new claims of financial wrongdoing. Prosecutors revealed they arrested the 65-year-old over doubts he […]

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Blue Apron Shares Boost After Announcement of New Executives On its Board

Blue Apron Shares Boost After Announcement of New Executives On its Board

Two top executives from Blue Apron are stepping down from the striving company. The company rocketed up more than 15% to $1.12 per share on Tuesday, after the announcement of the CEO’s departure. Brad Dickerson, CEO Blue Apron, has resigned the meal-kit maker to chase new window of opportunity. Linda Findley Kozlowski,45, will hold executive’s […]

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National Enquirer Denies the Claims of Bezos’ Security Consultant and Involvement of Saudis

National Enquirer Denies the Claims of Bezos’ Security Consultant and Involvement of Saudis

The National Enquirer has denied accepting claims of Gavin De Becker, Bezos’ security consultant. As per Mr. de Becker, the Saudi government hacked Jeff Bezos’ phone to expose the billionaire’s affair to Lauren Sanchez. American Media Inc., the parent company of the National Enquirer, denied accepting claims from Gavin via Twitter. The Tabloid asserted the […]

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Corporate Giants In The USA Have Launched The Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance

Corporate Giants In The USA Have Launched The Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance

Consumption of energy has always been a difficult topic for many companies especially all those giant techs and manufacturing companies. To function at its best capacity all of these companies require good clean energy. Thus these giant companies have come together to form an alliance called The renewable energy Buyers Alliance (REBA). Accordingly, this organization […]

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New Jersey Jurors find J&J Not Guilty in Latest Talc-Tied Cancer Trial

New Jersey Jurors find J&J Not Guilty in Latest Talc-Tied Cancer Trial

On Wednesday, a New Jersey Jury removed the liability of Johnson & Johnson from a case. A man claimed that asbestos, a component present in the company’s powder, caused mesothelioma to him. The 58-year-old-man claimed that he got the fatal disease after using Johnson & Johnson talc products for an extended period of time. After […]

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