Credit: Business Insider - Published 12 hours ago Facebook believes that spammers, and not a nation-state, are responsible for the recent hack that stole the personal information of 29 million Facebook users, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday.
The report, which cites anonymous sources, says that Facebook has.. »more
· *Careem, a Middle East ride-hailing equivalent to Uber, has raised a $200 million tranche for its latest round of funding.*
· *The deal values the company at more than $2 billion, one source said, and the company hopes to raise $500 million for the round.*
· *The deal was co-led by..
Spotify has released a major update for its Premium tier that overhauls its radio feature and redesigns its navigation and search on its mobile apps, the company announced in a blog post. The streaming service has streamlined its navigation, and has redesigned its search page with a bigger emphasis..
· *Many of our favorite holidays* were invented by brands to pad sales.**
· *There is no official body that approves holidays in the United States (Congress can only set federal holidays), which is why there are so many of them.*
· *“Fake” **holidays** succeed when they offer either..
Solo: A Star Wars Story was always going to create waves in the Star Wars community — after all, how could you possible recast a role like Han Solo with anyone else other than Harrison Ford? Well, it turns out that there’s always a way: in this case, using AI-based deepfake techniques to replace..
· *Japanese conglomerate and tech investor SoftBank is under scrutiny over its ties to Saudi Arabia, a major backer of its $100 billion Vision Fund.*
· *That is thanks to global outcry over the status of missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who is feared dead after he was last seen..
· *Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have sent a letter to Amazon, asking the company to explain the "potentially illegal" activity showcased in a video the company reportedly shows to management, the Washington Post reported.*
· *The letter says that a video that Amazon shows to..
Netflix Inc's Indian operation drew attention in a surge of international subscribers in the third quarter, but it faces fierce competition and a difficult cultural conundrum to make inroads with the country's more than one billion TV viewers.