Samsung is creating its own social media network and calls it Waffle. This newest creation of the South Korea-based tech company will enable users to post a photo to their friends, annotate them by drawing in the photos’ grid or even add their own pictures.
The sunshine state, Florida, particularly Charlotte, has experienced a setback in January when its unemployment rate dropped and yet its job market in general became healthier compared to the previous year.
AT&T Kentucky announced that it is hiring 70 new people for vacant spots in the company. If candidates pass the communication giant’s requirement, they will be assigned as retail associates and technicians.
Sony, through Future Lab, its newly created R&D group, has recently launched its first concept prototype of headphones that is worn on the neck and direct audio signals upward where only the wearer hears them.
An insurance company owner in Georgia has instructed his employees to wear firearms while working at the office. This has sparked a heated debate on whether carrying firearms on the job really makes one safer at the workplace or will it just invite violence.
Microsoft angered its users last weekend for not telling them about the Windows 10 upgrade done to their systems. The problem is that they don’t have a clue what the tech giant is up to and whether this thing will continue.
Data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics show that hiring by employers in 30 states increased in January. The biggest job providers are led by Florida, followed by Texas and North Carolina. But there were also 20 states that slashed jobs.
Avon announced on Monday that it will slash around 2,500 positions in its United States facilities and move its headquarters to the United Kingdom. This move follows right after the company sold its operations in North America to Cerberus Capital Management.
A recent government filing in connection with the continuing fight between Apple and the FBI over data encryption issues indicated that the U.S. Justice Department has a plan B that will demand the electronic signature of the tech giant.
America’s middle class is getting furious. They have surveyed the country’s economy and have seen that most of the riches are being sequestered by the moneyed few, while they and the working class are being paid less and less.
According to Monika Bickert, head of policy management at Facebook, they receive over one million reports of user violations every day. The company official spoke about the very indistinguishable difference between free speech and hate speech.
A recent study from the Pew Research Center showed that most Americans believe that the robots are coming to take over in the workplace. Surprisingly, most think that other jobs are in jeopardy, but their particular jobs are pretty safe.
Ford will soon reveal its latest creation – a police car fitted with doors that can stop armor-piercing bullets. If the car maker fulfills its promise, this will be the first car in the world with such impenetrable capacity.
The fight is heating up between tech companies and law enforcement agencies over encryption and data access. Apple Inc and the Federal Bureau of Investigation have been hugging the headlines lately on this arena. But another protagonist is emerging on the horizon – Facebook and WhatsApp.
Volkswagen is poised to slash jobs in its facilities in the United States along with its factories in Europe and other countries. According to its top labor official in Germany, the company’s final decision will depend on how much fine will be slapped on it by the U.S. Justice Department for manipulating the diesel emission tests of VW cars.