The founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, has been described as sounding “like someone was stepping on his face” after conducting a 30 minute interview session in Mandarin Chinese.
I've been in the market long enough to have lived the glorious years when as a salesperson, you would join a new company primarily because of the salary and benefits it offered above any others.
The redesign is expected to launch officially next month, with the latest internal screenshots indicating it will push digital magazines and focus on more of a mobile-first approach.
A new one-day pilot saw Uber drivers in New York City, Washington D.C., and Boston provide a taxi service for nurses to administer up to 10 free flu shots to Uber customers.
Two dozen devices ranging from implantable heart devices to infusion pumps are being investigated by US officials worried about flaws that could be exploited by hackers.
Following its third-quarter financial report, the firm announced that it would take the charge, as its flagship smartphone continues to struggle in terms of sales.
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The Queen’s debut tweet weighed in at a healthy 137 characters, and didn't need any text speak whatsoever to get under the limit.
Job centres across the country will be undergoing a major digital makeover, with electronic pads that will eliminate the traditional queues job seekers face when signing on.
The sapphire glass manufacturer, which filed for bankruptcy earlier this month, has officially announced its settlement with Apple, but will continue to research sapphire glass production.