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Tesla Is Planning To Build A Factory In Shanghai T Cut Cost

Tesla is about to build a factory in Shanghai, China, after months of appealing to the government for approval. The China plant is expected to help the Silicon Valley electric vehicle manufacturer push down costs. The company has been pushing for a China facility for months, noting that it’ll be key in helping it sell

Google Plans To Partner With News Publishers On Subscription Is At Fledgling Stage

Google is planning to roll out a new system in which it helps news publishers zero in on potential subscribers in exchange for revenue split-but the search giant says the feature is not anywhere near release. The search giant has reportedly been in talks with major news organizations for some time about the possibility of

MasterCard To Do Away With Sign Receipts

In a latest development, MasterCard is doing away with signatures on purchases starting in April. The future signature-less payment process stemmed from company research showing that customers wanted to speed up time at the register. Requiring a signature had become antiquated with so many other security features such as chips, biometrics, and digital payment platforms.

Snapchat Unveils An $80 Dancing Hot Dog Costume

Snap Inc. has released a Dancing Hot Dog Costume through its online Amazon store. The costume sells for $80 and is even available for two-day shipping, making it a great option for anyone still scrambling to find a costume. Finally, you can rest assured knowing that the awful cliché costumes you’ve been considering until this

Volvo Launches A Whole New Brand For High-Performance Electric Vehicles

Volvo made a big commitment earlier this year to put electric motors in all of its vehicles by 2019 and now the automaker will double down on electrification with an entirely new luxury car brand. The company and its Chinese parent company, Geely Holdings, just announced that they’ll invest about $755 million together to create

McDonald’s Unveils With Phone Lockers

In a latest development, McDonald’s has introduced mobile phone lockers, in a bid to get customers to put their phones away, and start talking to each other again. One of its outlets in Singapore, at Marine Cove, is targeted at families, with the store encouraging both kids and parents to put their phones away. The

Tablet Shipment in India continues to Slip In Q2

The shipment of Tablet PCs recorded a decline of 11 per cent over the previous quarter in India with just 0.68 million shipments in the second quarter of 2017. According to market intelligence firm CMR India, Indian market recorded 29 per cent year-on-year decline for the second quarter of this year. However, in this falling

Now Order Food On Facebook

No need to eat that plain dry toast anymore. Everyone’s favorite social network launched its food delivery function across the U.S. It is called Order Food. Alex Himel, Facebook’s vice president of local, makes ordering food on Seamless sound like a byzantine adventure. Facebook is introducing its own way to order food that seems exactly

Swelling Of Batteries Issue Continues To Haunt iPhone 8 Plus

Apple’s iPhone 8 Plus battery swelling issues just won’t seem to go away. Following two confirmed reports of iPhone 8 Plus devices bursting open because of swelling batteries in Taiwan and Japan last week, several more incidents have emerged. Owners of new iPhone 8 Plus devices in Canada, China, Greece, and Hong Kong have also

Amazon Owes $300 Million In Taxes: EU

]In a ruling that echoes the Apple one of last year, European competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager has told Amazon that it has to pay around €250 million ($290 million) in back taxes. That’s after an in-depth, three-year-long aid investigation from the Commission concluded Luxembourg gave illegal tax benefits to Amazon of around that sum. Luxembourg

Facebook To Hire Over A Thousand People For Removal Of Ads

In a latest development, Facebook has said it will hire more than 1,000 people to thwart deceptive ads crafted to knock elections off course. The announcement came as the leading social network turned over to Congress some 3,000 Russia-linked ads that appeared to use hot-button issues to turn people against one another ahead of last