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Amazon more than triples profits to $8 billion

Amazon more than triples profits to $8 billion

The company led by Jeff Bezos (Amazon), the richest man in the world, according to Forbes magazine, earned $108.5 billion in the first quarter of this year, compared with the $75.5 billion in 2020. These values ​​exceeded analysts’ expectations and the security appreciated three percent

Competition leads Apple to cut production of AirPods

Competition leads Apple to cut production of AirPods

Apple announced to investors at the latest financial results presentation that it plans to cut AirPod production by 25 to 35%, says the Nikkei Asian Review. Instead of following the previous plans to produce 110 million units of AirPods, Apple now plans to produce between

Paypal says that its demand for Bitcoin "exceeded expectations"

Paypal says that its demand for Bitcoin “exceeded expectations”

Demand for cryptocurrency exceeded PayPal’s initial expectations, said the global payments giant. According to the company, its customers’ appetite for cryptocurrencies was much higher than expected. Now, the company is studying the possibility of expanding its services in the cryptocurrencies world. “The demand for cryptocurrencies

In the last few months we have seen a series of ‘attacks’ between the CEOs of Facebook and Apple - Mark Zuckerberg and Tim Cook, respectively - regarding user privacy and data protection. At the heart of the controversy is the iOS 14.5 update that was released this Tuesday, the 27th, for iPhones and the way it requires digital platforms to ask users for permission to access their data.

Tim Cook advised Mark Zuckerberg to delete users data

In the last few months we have seen a series of ‘attacks’ between the CEOs of Facebook and Apple – Mark Zuckerberg and Tim Cook, respectively – regarding user privacy and data protection. At the heart of the controversy is the iOS 14.5 update that

Toyota acquires Lyft autonomous car unit for $550 million

Toyota acquires Lyft autonomous car unit for $550 million

One of Uber’s biggest rivals, Lyft, announced the sale of its autonomous driving development division – Level 5 – to Toyota. Level 5 will now be integrated into Toyota’s Woven Planet subsidiary. The acquisition will cost Toyota a total of $550 million. The Japanese company