Tesla to Move HQ to Austin Texas

Electric carmaker Tesla has announced that it will be moving the company’s corporate headquarters from Palo Alto, California to Austin, Texas. Tesla CEO, Elon Musk made the surprise announcement during Tesla’s annual meeting of the company’s shareholders. Musk stated: “I’m …

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Irish Carrier Ryanair to End All Flights at Northern Ireland Airports

Ryanair is ending all flights at both airports in the Northern Ireland capital due to air passenger duty (APD) and lack of COVID-19 recovery incentives, the Irish carrier announced. “Due to the [United Kingdom] government’s refusal to suspend or reduce …

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Airbnb Offers Temporary Housing for 20,000 Afghan Refugees

Airbnb announced its plans to temporarily house 20,000 Afghan refugees who are trying to escape the Taliban takeover. “Today, Airbnb and Airbnb.org are announcing that Airbnb.org will provide temporary housing to 20,000 Afghan refugees worldwide – the cost of which …

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Fastly CDN Outage Caused By Customer Misconfiguration and Software Bug

Popular websites and apps around the world were knocked offline because of an widespread internet outage with the Fastly content delivery network (CDN). Users were unable to access the sites and apps or saw an “Error 503” message. Websites operated …

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Vietnam Foxconn Plants Shut Down due to Local COVID Outbreak

Vietnam’s northern province of Ban Giang ordered four industrial parks, including three that house production facilities for Taiwan’s Foxconn, to temporarily shut down due a COVID-19 outbreak.  The industrial parks will be closed until further notice, the province’s People’s Committee …

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Italy Anti-Trust Watchdog Fines Google $123m for Alleged Abuse of Position

Italy’s anti-trust watchdog has fined Google $123 million after they allegedly denied the app JuicePass access to their Android Auto system. Android Auto is a feature available to all Android devices, allowing them to link with a users car and …

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U.S. Removes Xiaomi from Blacklist after Legal Battle

The U.S. Defense Department announced on Monday that it has agreed to remove Xiaomi Corp. from its blacklisted companies, reversing the move that the previous Trump administration made to allow investments to be established again between the country and the …

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