Revolutionary Copy Paste Inventor Larry Tesler Died

Revolutionary Copy Paste Inventor Larry Tesler Died

When it comes to innovation, technology is that field which has witnessed lots of good things from the last few decades. One of the best innovations in the computer digitized is the invention of copy-paste. Larry Tesler, who invented copy-paste in a digital computer system has reportedly died at the age of 74. Larry was a Stanford graduate student who pioneered the field of computing; however, he died on Monday in San Francisco. Tesler reportedly works for blue-chip companies like Apple, Amazon and Yahoo. Tesler at first was found to…

Read More

Netflix Is Expecting To Spend More Than $17 Billion On

Netflix Is Expecting To Spend More Than $17 Billion On

Netflix became one of the most famous movies streaming companies in the world because of the tremendous number of films it has produced and gave the right amount of results to its investors. However, recent reports indicate movie streaming giant companies might is planning to spend more than 17 billion dollars on content production. Big companies like Amazon Prime, Hulu, AppleTV+, and Disney+, which were planning to get ahead in this market, will receive a significant shock after this statement from Netflix. The movie streaming industry is seeing a tremendous…

Read More

Boeing’s Dreamliner Order with Emirates Comes at a Considerable Cost

Boeing’s Dreamliner Order with Emirates Comes at a Considerable Cost

The 3rd Day of Dubai Airshow saw some significant action by Boeing and Emirates. A deal of 30 aircraft was agreed upon for Boeing’s 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft by Emirates. The deal is about 8.8 billion dollars, which is the list price. For Boeing, this deal brings in some amount of relief. The aircraft makers were looking forward to opening delivery slots in the 787 production program commencing as soon as possible in the next two years. The production is to increase significantly in 2022. The main reason for the slowdown…

Read More

Experts blame opioids: The Home Depot to hit by shoplifters

Experts blame opioids: The Home Depot to hit by shoplifters

Home Depot executives say planned criminals are theft millions of dollars’ worth of goods from chain stores and other retailers and storing them in warehouses. Home Depot Inc. is one of the largest retailers of home improvement in the US, which supplies tools, services and construction products. Executives said in talks with analysts and investors that retailers described the theft as “shrinking,” and that the situation has become so bad that it will shrink Home Depot’s operating margin next year. According to the CEO, Mr. Craig Menear said that this…

Read More

Jeff Bezos Thinks the US Is In Big Trouble If Big Tech Companies Doesn’t Support Military Departments

Jeff Bezos Thinks the US Is In Big Trouble If Big Tech Companies Doesn’t Support Military Departments

Some big tech companies previously said that they wouldn’t sign some business contracts with the military departments because such technology is used by them to kill someone. Many human rights activists protested against big tech companies, which forced them not to sign any agreement. However, now jeff Bezos, the billionaire and founder of Amazon, has a different opinion on this subject. In a recent interview, he mentioned that the US would be in danger if big tech companies don’t come for the help of military departments. Jeff said Americans were…

Read More

Elon Musk Unveils Tesla Electric Pickup Cybertruck, Claims It Will Get Up To 500 Miles Of Range

Elon Musk Unveils Tesla Electric Pickup Cybertruck, Claims It Will Get Up To 500 Miles Of Range

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has unveiled company first electric pickup – Cybertruck and made some outrageous claims. The truck, launched at an event in Los Angeles, will be available in three versions. The first variant can run for 250 miles on a single charge, the midrange edition can cover 300 miles and the longest-range version is claimed to be capable of getting up to an unprecedented 500 miles. The price range will start at USD 39,000, said Elon Musk. The truck will start rolling out only in late 2021 but…

Read More

WhatsApp Again Hit by Critical Security Vulnerability, Spyware Targets Users With MP4 Files

WhatsApp Again Hit by Critical Security Vulnerability, Spyware Targets Users With MP4 Files

Instant messaging app WhatsApp is again hit by a serious security risk. The company said that users on Android, iOS and Windows platforms are vulnerable to the new spyware. It said that hacking will become easy once the malicious spywares are installed. The company said attacks send compromised MP4 files to users to install unwanted programs. The programs allow attackers to access files WhatsApp data. They can also access files saved in the phone’s memory. The spywares trigger the remote code execution and denial of service attack. To inject spywares,…

Read More

Teenage Brand Forever 21 Filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. Decided to Close its Numerous US Stores and Exit from Europe and Asian Market

Teenage Brand Forever 21 Filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. Decided to Close its Numerous US Stores and Exit from Europe and Asian Market

Forever 21, is one of the most liked clothing brands, specifically amongst teenagers. It is a teenage clothing brand that rode American malls boom and bust. Recently on Sunday the brand is filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. According to the chain they are planning to mend its overall global business. Reportedly, chain is closing approximately 200 stores, in the United States and planning to exit most of its international locations those are in Europe and Asia. However, company is planning to operate continuously in Mexico and Latin America. The brand…

Read More

British Airways Stagnated as Pilots Go On 48-Hour Strike

British Airways Stagnated as Pilots Go On 48-Hour Strike

The flagship airline was enforced to cancel almost all flights during the 48-hour pilot strike. The strike was due to salary negotiations with the British Airways Pilots Association failed. This lead to stagnant tensions on the runway. A spokesperson of British Airways told the Washington Post that around 195,000 customers were scheduled to fly on Monday and Tuesday. Mr. Brian Strutton, the general secretary of the pilot’s union, said in a statement, British Airways should wake up and understand that its pilots are determined to be heard. He added that…

Read More

US policymakers seek information from customers

US policymakers seek information from customers

According to Bloomberg, the House of Representatives investigates whether big technology companies have potential violations of antitrust laws and is seeking information from Amazon, Google, Apple, and Facebook customers about the competitive nature of the digital market and the suitability of existing enforcement. This is the latest development of a bipartisan congress investigation conducted by Mr. David Cicilline, the chairman of the House Antitrust Subcommittee and a Democrat from Rhode Island. The survey of eight-page did not mention any company names, but it sought information about the industries dominated by…

Read More