Over the past few months, Sinemia has gone from promising MoviePass competitor to the source of frustration for moviegoers across the country.
Workers in Amazon’s fulfillment centers are tracked by automated systems and terminated if they are deemed inefficient, according to The Verge, which said it obtained documents that show such firings are not uncommon.
Researchers at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have developed a method to wirelessly transmit radio frequency via a semiconductor laser.
The US mobile industry’s top lobbying group is opposing a proposed California state law that would prohibit throttling of fire departments and other public safety agencies during emergencies.
Just hours after Avengers: Endgame premiered in China, a cammed copy has appeared online. Data reviewed by TorrentFreak reveals the movie was initially shared by exclusively China-based torrent users with relatively slow connections. However, that limited situation isn’t likely to persist for long.
Comcast has had a frustrating run as a partial owner of video streaming platform Hulu, but that doesn’t make the decision to sell its minority stake in the company any easier.
Lyft is offering discounted trips to the grocery store in 15 cities across the US and Canada to people who are living in food deserts.
Canadians could have a better sense of whether their privacy was violated in the Cambridge Analytica scandal when the result of a year-long investigation is unveiled this morning.