Bitcoin licked its wounds on Wednesday, a day after its heaviest losses in two-and-a-half months as El Salvador’s historic adoption of the crypto asset as legal tender caused chaos online and on the street.
US lawmakers are barrelling ahead with legislation to change the way Apple runs its App Store, unconvinced by the company’s recent moves to address antitrust complaints.
Bitcoin plunged as much as 17% to its lowest level in a month amid news El Salvador’s cryptocurrency roll-out was faltering.
Toyota said on Tuesday it expects to spend more than US$13.5-billion (R193-billion) by 2030 to develop batteries and its battery supply system — a bid to lead in the key automotive technology over the next decade.
Bitcoin is undergoing the biggest test in its 12-year history as El Salvador becomes the first country to adopt it as legal tender on Tuesday.
It’s no coincidence that an edict barring kids in China from playing online videogames for most of the week came as the education ministry introduced a new subject to the national curriculum: Xi Jinping Thought.
Amazon.com is planning to launch Amazon-branded TVs in the US as soon as October, Business Insider reported on Thursday.
A US regulator has barred Virgin Galactic from flying its SpaceShipTwo until it approves its final mishap investigation report from its July flight or determines the issues do not affect public safety.
Apple said it would take more time to collect inputs and make improvements before releasing child safety features, a month after it said it would implement the system to check iPhones for images of abuse.
Ireland hit Facebook’s WhatsApp with a record €225-million fine on Thursday following an inquiry into the messaging app’s transparency around sharing personal data with other Facebook companies.