The dependence of most of the population on public transport is likely to continue, despite the fact that India has a lower ratio of cars per 1,000 people than developed countries such as the USA, UK, and Australia.
ANNAPOLIS (Md.) -- A Maryland congressman announced Wednesday he had deactivated his official campaign and congressional Facebook accounts. He hopes that Congress and their parent company will make significant reforms to safeguard children's health and democratic principles.
DUBAI (UAE) -- Iran's President said Wednesday that a cyberattack that paralyzed all gas stations in the Islamic Republic caused "people to be angry by creating disorder" as long lines still surrounded the pumps a day later.
LONDON , Wednesday's investigation by the European Union into Nvidia's purchase of Arm, a designer of graphics chips, was initiated over concerns that it might limit competition. This is in addition to the global scrutiny of this deal.
ST. PETERSBURG (Fla.) -- The lawsuit by former President Donald Trump to have his Twitter account reinstated must be heard in a California Court, not a Florida court. This is under a user agreement that covers everyone using the social media platform. A federal judge ruled.
NEW YORK, -- Donald Trump’s social media company will receive tens to millions in bonus shares in a new publicly listed entity if it performs, giving the former president potentially billions in paper wealth based upon current stock prices. According to a Tuesday filing with security regulators.
RIYADH , -- The global energy transition has never been more complicated than on the Arabian Peninsula. There, Saudi Arabia and other Gulf monarchies find themselves in two dire climate change scenarios that could threaten their existence.
NEW DELHI , India's highest court has established a committee to investigate allegations that Prime Minister Narendra Modi used Israeli-grade spyware for monitoring political opponents and journalists.
NEW YORK, - Amazon isn’t just addressing pandemic-induced shopping splurges. Amazon, an online retailer giant, is also dealing with rising costs due to its inability to navigate a tight supply chain and labor shortages.
BEIJING , -- Under proposed rules Friday, companies in China would need to obtain government approval before they can transfer sensitive data overseas. These regulations would tighten Beijing’s control over information and could disrupt international corporate operations.
JERUSALEM,-- Israel announced Friday that it hopes to achieve zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. Thousands of protestors gathered in Tel Aviv to call for action ahead of the U.N. climate summit next week.
MIAMI — The state of Florida should consider requiring high-rise buildings near the coast to undergo safety inspections every 20 years, according to a coalition of engineers and architects that formed after a Miami-area condominium collapsed in June, killing 98 people.
HELSINKI, Finland -- Nokia, a maker of wireless and fixed-network equipment, reported Thursday a third quarter profit that exceeded analyst expectations. The company said it increased sales of 5G technology and trimmed expenses. However the company cautioned that the market outlook was cloudy due to a global shortage of semiconductors and could hinder growth.
Monika Bickert is Facebook's global policy manager. She claims that safety and engagement are not priorities. Frances Haugen, a whistleblower who testified in the Senate that Facebook's systems are causing harm to vulnerable people and has not made any significant changes to stop it, said this contradicts Bickert's global policy management head Monika Bickert. Haugen claims that the platform was designed to exploit negative emotions in order to keep users on it.
DETROIT , -- Global computer chip shortages have impacted third quarter profits at Ford and its crosstown rival General Motors. Both companies had to temporarily close their factories in order to get supplies for dealer lots.
WASHINGTON , March saw claims about the dangers of coronavirus vaccines spreading across social media. This undermined efforts to stop the virus' spread. Some Facebook employees believed they had found a solution.
BEIJING, -- Chinese tech giant Huawei saw its sales drop 32% in the first nine months 2021 due to U.S. sanctions. This was in part because of the sale of the Honor smartphone brand. According to data released Friday.
BOISE - An Idaho company has reached an agreement to help a California-based plant breeding firm grow strawberries. They claim that the plants will keep fresher for longer periods of time and last longer.
SAN RAMON (Calif.) -- Apple's iPhone sales rose again in the last quarter but did not grow as fast as analysts expected. This was due to supply shortages which have made it harder to meet demand for a wide variety of products.
Netflix reported sharply increased third-quarter earnings Tuesday due to a stronger slate, which includes "Squid Game," a South Korean survival drama that Netflix claims was its largest-ever TV series.
TOKYO , Nippon Steel Corp. sued Toyota Motor Corp. for a patent covering a technology used to make electric motors. This rare instance of legal wrangling among Japan's top steelmaker, and top automaker over intellectual properties is not common.