reportedly TikTok

TikTok is currently testing a Repost option to share videos

Sarah Tew/CNET TikTok is testing a Repost button, a new way for users to share videos with their followers, according to a Tuesday report by TechCrunch. The button is comparable to Twitter’s retweet feature, allowing people to share a clip that’ll then appear on their friends’ For You pages (or in their homepage feeds).The Repost…

Hyundai reportedly

Hyundai reports that it has shifted its engine development to electric vehicles

What just happened? Just before the end of last year, Hyundai reportedly closed all internal combustion engine development and reassigned its engineers to electronic vehicles. Hyundai is the latest in a line of companies and even governments that have announced moves in support of EVs in the last year. Industry sources told The Korea Economic…

Facebook reportedly

Facebook tried to discredit the reputation of its whistleblowers among politicians

A hot potato: While Facebook (or Meta, as it’s now known) might have thought 2018, the year of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, would forever remain its worst-ever 12 months, 2021 has taken that unwanted title—and it’s not over yet. The company is now facing accusations that it tried to smear the name of its former…

Apple reportedly

Apple reportedly wants to make its own wireless chips for the iPhone

Apple It’s no secret that Apple is looking to design its own wireless chips, ending its reliance on companies like Qualcomm, Broadcom, and Skyworks. Two years ago, Apple bought most of Intel’s smartphone modem business to give it a jumpstart on IP, patents, and engineering talent. Now, according to a report from Bloomberg, Apple is…

Military reportedly

US military has reportedly acted against ransomware groups

Gen. Paul M. Nakasone, the US top cyberwarrior, acknowledged that the US military has become involved in the fight against ransomware groups. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images The US military has gone on the offensive against ransomware groups as US companies increasingly become targets of malware attacks, the nation’s top cyber defender acknowledged on Saturday. Up until…

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Sony’s reportedly working on “Spartacus,” an Xbox Game Pass rival that combines PS Plus and PS Now, slated for a Spring 2022 launch

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reportedly Twitter

Twitter reportedly suspended accounts by mistake after extremists abused new private media policy

Twitter has reportedly suspended a number of accounts by mistake after far-right extremists began exploiting the platform’s new private media policy, according to a report by The Washington Post. The platform has since launched an internal review of the matter and has made the necessary corrections, The Post notes. Twitter’s new policy, which allows individuals…

Apple reportedly

Apple reportedly tells workers they’re allowed to discuss conditions and pay

Apple might be eager to minimize future complaints about working conditions. NBC News said it obtained a newly released internal memo telling employees they’re allowed to discuss conditions and pay outside the company. Staffers should be free to talk about issues in the way they “feel most comfortable,” including with managers and the People (human…

PlayStation reportedly

PlayStation boss reportedly calls out Activision Blizzard in staff memo

PlayStation leadership has asked Activision Blizzard how it will address the allegations in the shocking Wall Street Journal report about the embattled studio, according to Bloomberg. PlayStation boss Jim Ryan reportedly informed employees of the action in an email. “We outreached to Activision immediately after the article was published to express our deep concern and…

China reportedly

China reportedly took control of an Italian military drone maker quietly

Soldiers of the People’s Liberation Army honor guard perform the flag-raising ceremony at Tiananmen Square on New Year’s Day on January 1, 2021 in Beijing, China.Visual China Group | Getty ImagesTwo Chinese state firms took control of an Italian military drone maker more than three years ago via an offshore company — without the knowledge…