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Uber will now pick up your packages and take them to UPS, FedEx or USPS
Uber is now offering return package shipping through UPS, FedEx or USPS on its Uber and Uber Eats apps.
TikTok halts e-commerce service in Indonesia following ban
This comes after Indonesia imposed a one-week deadline for TikTok to become a standalone app.
Ripple obtains full license to operate in Singapore as it expands in Asia-Pacific
Ripple said on Wednesday that it has obtained a full license to operate in Singapore, a strategic step toward growing its presence in the Asia-Pacific region.
Intel plans to IPO programmable chip unit within three years; stock rises after hours
Intel said it will continue to support its programmable chip business and will retain a majority stake after a spinout
Your phone will make an alarming noise Wednesday at 2:20 p.m. ET unless you turn it off first
It's only a test from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Google is making big changes to prevent Gmail spam
Google will require emailers who send more than 5,000 messages per day to Gmail users to offer a one-click unsubscribe button in their messages.
Tech stocks are still sliding after closing out their worst month of 2023
Tech stocks fell sharply Tuesday, leading a broader market decline that was sparked by concerns of rising interest rates.
A fresh haircut and ready for court: Day one of Sam Bankman-Fried's criminal trial
Former crypto titan Sam Bankman-Fried faces charges of fraud and money laundering related to the collapse of his crypto exchange, FTX.
Here's who might testify in Sam Bankman-Fried fraud trial: Parents, ex-girlfriend Ellison, Scaramucci
Friends, family members, and investors were all named in a list of potential witnesses.
Meta wants to charge European users $14 to access ad-free Instagram, Facebook: Report
Meta is considering charging its European users to access ad-free versions of Instagram and Facebook.
The $8 billion Sam Bankman-Fried criminal trial starts today — here's what's at stake and how we got here
Sam Bankman-Fried's criminal trial kicks off with jury selection in New York on Tuesday morning.
The inside story of Dave Clark's tumultuous last days at Flexport: Standoffs, politics, and spin
Flexport founder Ryan Petersen claimed in public that Dave Clark's tenure as CEO featured too much spending, but internal documents tell a different story
It's 'really the Google web': Microsoft CEO testifies about how hard it is to break into search
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella testified about competing with Google in digital search during the federal antitrust trial against Google in Washington, D.C.
Sam Bankman-Fried considered paying Trump $5 billion not to run for president, Michael Lewis tells '60 Minutes'
In an interview with CBS's "60 Minutes" that aired on Sunday, best-selling author Michael Lewis unveils new details about the FTX founder
Tesla reported 435,059 deliveries for the third quarter, and production of 430,488 vehicles
Tesla just reported third-quarter vehicle production and deliveries for 2023.
Bitcoin climbs on Monday, hitting highest level since mid-August
Bitcoin and ether were both rising Monday, along with stocks tied to the crypto industry.
Bill Ackman says he hasn't talked to Elon Musk about X investment for Pershing 'SPARC'
The billionaire investor said he liked Twitter and Musk himself and welcomed a deal but said there had been no proper communication with Musk about it.
FTX customers who lost a fortune on the bankrupt exchange are doubling down on crypto
FTX's multibillion-dollar cryptocurrency blowup hasn't shaken some of its customers' faith in the industry.
Amazon customers report false email confirmations for gift cards they did not buy
Amazon customer service representatives have been receiving a host of inquiries from worried and confused customers.
How GlobalFoundries aims to remain world’s third-biggest semiconductor foundry
GlobalFoundries is manufacturing more of the world's critical chips, gaining significance with U.S.-China tension and big deals like one with General Motors
Apple will issue a software update to address iPhone 15 overheating complaints
Apple said that the new iPhones were running hot because of a combination of bugs in iOS 17, bugs in apps, and a temporary set-up period.
Meta has Apple to thank for giving its annual VR conference added sizzle this year
Apple's announced its entry into the VR market is boosting an industry that Meta has dominated for a number of years
Biden’s pro-competition agenda put to the test as net neutrality, tech trials take shape
The competition agenda will be put to the test this fall, as the first of the government's tech anti-monopoly cases plays out in court
Fugitive founder of crypto hedge fund that lost $10 billion arrested in Singapore while attempting to flee
Authorities have arrested crypto fugitive Su Zhu, co-founder of the bankrupt digital asset hedge fund Three Arrows Capital.
Supreme Court to hear Texas and Florida social media cases over right to moderate content
The Supreme Court will decide whether Texas and Florida can prevent social media companies from banning users for rhetoric.
A big EV purchase decision that's not about the car model you buy
Electrical vehicle charging is key to consumer adoption. How much you pay to charge an EV at home, and how fast, will be a big part of the decision.
Apple expressed concerns to Chinese officials over foreign app restrictions, report says
Apple is concerned about new rules in China that would ban unregistered foreign apps from its App Store.
Coinbase CEO slams JPMorgan for banning crypto payments in UK, suggests government should act
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong slammed the move by Chase UK to ban crypto transactions, saying it was wrong for private companies to "deplatform" the industry.
‘AI is transformative for the geopolitical order,’ political scientist Ian Bremmer says
Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer said he is an "enthusiast" about the potential for artificial intelligence, but warned of possible risks on the horizon.