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Amazon workers on strike

Hundreds of Amazon workers in Italy and Germany are on strike during one of the busiest shopping days of the year.

Uber Adds Live Location Sharing, Send a Gift, and More Features

Ride-hailing app Uber is introducing new features to its app ahead of the holiday season. The company is introducing live location sharing feature which can help the rider as well as the driver of an Uber to easily find one another. Uber is targeting the upcoming holiday season with its new set of features.

WhatsApp: Deleted Sent Messages Can Still Be Read by Recipients

WhatsApp, one of the most widely used instant messaging apps, rolled out "Delete for Everyone" feature recently. But do deleted messages really disappear from the phone? A new report claims that WhatsApp messages that are deleted are actually still on the device and can be easily accessed.

Supreme Court rejects Samsung appeal of patent loss to Apple

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to step back into the years-long feud over patents between the world’s top smartphone makers, declining to hear Samsung’s (005930.KS) appeal of a lower court ruling that reinstated a jury award of about $120 million in favor of Apple(AAPL.O).

Facebook revenue hits $10 billion in Third Quarter

Profits of the global social network giant – Facebook skyrocketed during the third quarter of the year. This was as a result of a massive rise in revenue during the period which exceeded $10 billion.

Bitcoin blasts to new all-time high of $6,450

Bitcoin climbed to a new all-time high of $6,450 on Wednesday, boosted by bets the cryptocurrency could enter the financial mainstream after the world’s largest derivatives exchange operator said on Tuesday it would launch bitcoin futures.

How to use the National Digital Address System

President Akufo- Addo launched the much anticipated National Digital Address System, Wednesday 18 October to ease the location problem in the country and boost emergency delivery services in the country.

Twitter to toughen rules on online harassment

Twitter Inc plans to toughen its rules on online sexual harassment and impose stronger penalties for misconduct, according to an email it sent to a group of safety advocates, academics and researchers that helps the social media service set its policies.