Twitter Inc appoints appointed former Google executive Omid Kordestani as its executive chairman.
(BVO) – A Musk-read story on Apple. Elon Musk bashing Apple, saying he and his staff jokingly call it the “Tesla Graveyard.” The CEO of the electric car maker made those comments in an interview with the German business daily Handelsblatt. Musk contending that iPhone maker has – in his words – “hired people we’ve fired.”
A five-year old boy from India’s northern Meerut city has an extraordinary memory, earning him the title of ‘Google’ from a local school.
(REUTERS / EBS) – Take an Austrian student and pit him in a legal battle involving the tech giants of the world, and guess who’ll win.
Well, in this case it was student 1, tech giants 0.
With the deadline to win a $20 million first-place prize just two years off, pressure is mounting on the 16 rivals from around the world hoping to complete a privately-funded moon landing.
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Google has launched Kenya’s first virtual tour of a game reserve at the the Samburu National Park through its Street View feature to boost wildlife conservation efforts. Elephants are a key tourist attraction in Kenya but are also a prime target for poachers who kill them for their tusks. Experts say that more than 30,000 elephants are killed every year in Africa.
(Reuters Business Report) – Fierce rivals turn business partners as Germany’s big three carmakers join forces to buy Nokia’s mapping business HERE.
BMW, Audi and Daimler’s Mercedes will pay equal stakes totalling 2.5 billion euros.