Amazon's hourly staffers quit so frequently that executives are worried the company will run out of hirable workers, The New York Times reported.
Researchers find PFAS present in over half of 231 samples of products including lipstick, mascara and foundation
Much bubble, none value, regulator excite
The government of Pakistan's Punjab province has told its citizens to get the COVID-19 jab or risk losing access to mobile services.
Linus Torvalds was 'clearly unamused' by a 'humanoid conspiracy theory, and also on its discussion in a Linux kernel topic thread,' reports Neowin. They add that Torvalds 'weighed in quite heavily with some very strong language, mixed with some biology lessons...' Here's an excerpt from Torvalds' ...
One apparent cybercrime rule still applies: Donât target Russia or its friends.
We’ve already seen internet companies operate in ways that aren’t immediately apparent to users only to cause problems later.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has said his nation is prepared to extradite cyber criminals to the United States on a reciprocal basis, Russia's state-run TASS news agency reported Sunday.
As automakers including Ford and GM invest heavily in electric vehicles to catch Tesla, dealerships enter the EV future, and business models being tested.
The Japanese government will start investigating how Apple Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google deal with Japanese smartphone makers, which could lead to tightening antitrust r…
Like iOS 14 but need security? Apple's got you this time.
The India that Silicon Valley once so loved has long given way to a different one.
Negative spam reviews are destroying bars and restaurants as they attempt to re-open safely.
Once debate time ran out, the committee continued voting on amendments, but referred to them only by number, with no information available to the public
Delivery drives to get refund
Privacy advocates say they remain concerned about a lack of federal facial recognition laws and persistent police surveillance.
Couple now definitely past their Prime
and the proposed legislation could force them to overhaul or even break up their increasingly dominant business emp…
Hackers stole 1.2 TB of personal data, including payment information, between 2018 and 2020.
Amazon has been lobbying against a new form of legislation called INFORM acts, Axios reports. These acts would force e-commerce sites to verify third-party