Thursday, January 27, 2022

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Microsoft pledges transparency in Xbox subscriptions in Britain

The UK's competition watchdog announced on Wednesday that Microsoft (MSFT.O) will begin providing more information to customers about how it automatically renews Xbox online...

Chinese hackers target German pharma and tech firms

According to Germany's Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV), the Chinese hacking organization APT 27, which has been accused of attacking...

Volkswagen and Bosch team up on automated driving software

Volkswagen's (VOWG p.DE) software company Cariad and auto supplier Bosch are collaborating to create automated driving software for use in Volkswagen vehicles, according to...

Teenage bitcoin throws an interest rate tantrum

Bitcoin is maturing. This year, the original cryptocurrency turns 13 and is showing signs of maturing into a more mature financial asset - but...

Nvidia preparing to walk away from Arm acquisition

Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday that Nvidia Corp (NVDA.O) is planning to cancel its purchase of Arm Ltd from SoftBank Group Corp (9984.T) after...

Google asks judge to dismiss most of Texas antitrust lawsuit

Google (GOOGL.O), a subsidiary of Alphabet Inc., urged a federal judge on Friday to dismiss the majority of an antitrust case launched by Texas...

Britishvolt signs agreement to develop high-nickel EV batteries

As it prepares for mass production, electric vehicle (EV) battery startup Britishvolt announced on Monday that it has inked an agreement with a UK...

Toyota claims that manufacturing at its Tianjin joint venture resumed on January 22.

Toyota (7203.T) stated Saturday that activities at its joint venture complex in Tianjin, eastern China, restarted after measures to combat the spread of COVID-19...

Snap plays up augmented reality in Latin America, Asia expansion

Snap Inc (SNAP.N) is accelerating its global expansion in nations ranging from Mexico to Japan by partnering with wireless carriers and promoting its popular...

Bitcoin falls 9.3% to $36,955

At 22:02 GMT on Friday, Bitcoin had plummeted 9.28 percent to $36,955.03, a loss of $3,781.02 from its previous closing. Bitcoin, the world's largest and...

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