The US technology giant said it would be installing the new biometric system at Amazon Go retail locations, starting with two stores in its hometown of Seattle, Washington.
The US president’s tax dodging is an indictment of a flawed tax code that enables the wealthy and corporations to fleece the public purse of hundreds of billions of dollars every year.
Thousands of blazes are sweeping through the Pantanal, the world's largest wetland, threatening one of the most biodiverse ecosystems on the planet.
Subcommittee Chairperson David Cicilline tore into the CEOs with allegations of corporate espionage, unethical business practice, privacy violations, and monopoly.
Ahead of a major anti-trust congressional hearing on the four corporate giants, their leaders have expressed positive sentiments that fly in the face of past hearings.
Companies are less concerned with being on the wrong side of history than hurting their bottom line.
The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times both reported that state officials in California and Washington are focusing partly on how Amazon treats independent sellers on its platform.
“We’ve decided we will not sell facial recognition technology to police departments in the US until we have a national law in place, grounded in human rights, that will govern this technology,” says Microsoft president and chief counsel, Brad Smith.
HBO Max launches to a captive audience stuck at home without access to theatre, live music, shopping excursions or live or televised sporting events.
HBO Max's launch follows telecoms giant AT&T's $85 billion purchase of Time Warner, and brings that sprawling media empire's titles under one roof.
Cash-strapped governments are leaning toward a new regulatory regime in the wake of pandemic relief efforts.
Feeling the pinch of rising Chinese tech, the Silicon Valley giants become political to stay in the game.
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