"The industry is its own best satire in a lot of ways," says startup vet Anna Wiener.
China has put Wuhan, a city of 11 million people, on virtual lockdown.
An official has been critical of foreign media’s reporting on political issues in the past.
The final chapter in the sequel trilogy has ruled box office charts since debuting in late December.
India’s Supreme Court has ordered the government to review all curbs in Kashmir, saying that freedom of internet access is a "fundamental right."
The satirical Porta dos Fundos show doesn't have the "magic power" to undermine an over 2,000-year-old religion, Brazil's Supreme Court president wrote.
“This airplane is designed by clowns who in turn are supervised by monkeys,” one unnamed employee wrote.
Choose actual tech women, not a first daughter who has been riding her father's coattails, critics complain.
The final chapter in the sequel trilogy became the 10th-highest grossing movie of the year worldwide and the seventh-biggest in the U.S.
The protests were initially sparked in November by hikes in gasoline prices but demonstrators quickly expanded their demands to cover calls for more political freedom.
The USMCA trade pact, first agreed upon in September 2018, will replace the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement.
Meet the women making products for people the tech world forgot.
After an update on its Weather and Maps apps, Apple was slammed by Ukraine, which said the tech giant didn't "give a damn" about its pain.
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Some have also suggested keeping keys in your refrigerator or microwave.
Amnesty International said Tuesday that at least 106 protesters in 21 cities had been killed during unrest that broke out over a rise in fuel prices last week.
Experts share their research-backed tips for spending less time on your phone.
Wozniak said the Apple Card gave him 10 times the credit limit his wife received.
Though the film landed in first place on domestic box office charts, the results are less than promising given the film’s $185 million budget.
The deal will reportedly rescue WeWork, and current chair Adam Neumann will exit with $1.7 billion.
Thirty-eight people violated security protocols around non-classified emails, the probe found.