The extra payments -- which amount to $9 million a day -- risk adding hundreds of millions of dollars to Twitter's already sky-high price tag, according to financial experts.
“Like many other companies navigating an uncertain economy, we are pausing hiring for all U.S.-based roles through the end of the year,” Lyft spokesperson Ashley Adams said.
The tech giant has told suppliers to abandon preparations to boost assembly of the new line of products, Bloomberg News is reporting.
Apple News readers who subscribe to updates from the business magazine Fast Company received racist and lewd push notifications after a hacker infiltrated the publication.
A disinformation network originating in Russia sought to use fake social media accounts and sham news websites to spread Kremlin talking points about the invasion of Ukraine, Meta revealed.
Apple Inc. will make its iPhone 14 in India, the company said on Monday, as manufacturers shift production from China amid geopolitical tensions and pandemic restrictions.
Pornhub and a group of sex workers gripe that Instagram tolerates racy pictures from celebrities like Kim Kardashian while unfairly “censoring” the porn industry.
The China-based influence campaign involved roughly 80 accounts on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter that planned to stoke conflict over "hot button" issues.
A Google Photos bug on Android and iOS is apparently ruining photos that date back more than five years on the Google Photos app.