Snap has officially launched a new Snapchat feature called Spotlight that would surface the most entertaining video content from users all in one place instead of the day-in-the-life content that the platform previously promoted.
Amazon on Tuesday has officially launched an online pharmacy that would allow customers in the U.S. to order prescription medications for home delivery.
Ride-hailing app Uber announced on Tuesday afternoon it will roll out a new feature in the United States that will let customers to reserve scheduled rides up to 30 days in advance.
US tech giant Facebook launched on Monday morning a free-to-play cloud gaming feature on its social media platform, allowing users all over the world to stream and play games without downloading them. Some of the games include “WWE SuperCard” and “Asphalt 9: Legends.”
The United States auto safety regulator announced on Thursday afternoon it was closely watching Tesla’s release of a software version intended to allow its vehicles to drive for themselves, pointing out it stood ready to protect the public against safety risks.
Facebook announced on Thursday that it would start charging companies for accessing some of its chat services in WhatsApp for Business.
PayPal announced on Wednesday morning it will now allow customers to buy, sell and hold cryptocurrencies, by using the United States digital payments company’s online wallets.
The biggest e-commerce company of Latin America is revving up its digital payment engine as shops shift online because of the COVID-19 crisis, and is looking toward the Chinese system for inspiration to bring cash-loving savers online.