The University of Pennsylvania is sponsoring a “Vaccine Street Team” to go door-to-door around West Philadelphia, encouraging people to get vaccinated against the coronavirus.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk took shots at tech giant Apple twice during a conference call to discuss Tesla’s earnings on Monday.
Student groups are pushing back against the removal of a quote by Cuban dictator Fidel Castro from a wall on Penn State’s campus, citing racial “concerns.” According to the students, the decision “reveals the hypocrisy of University administration and lack of support for students of color at Penn State.” The Campaign to remove the quote was organized by a Venezuelan student.
E-commerce giant Amazon has denied a recent media report claiming that the company will soon accept Bitcoin as a payment method.
A student at Louisiana State University (LSU) who was kicked out of her sorority over a TikTok video critical of the transgender agenda and Assistant Secretary for Health Rachel Levine says the university ignored her request for the incident to be investigated for bias.
Amazon and Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos is reportedly offering NASA a discount of at least $2 billion in contract payments if the space agency adds Blue Origin’s Lunar Lander to a key phase of the agency’s Human Landing System program.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has been stripped of his “astronaut” titles by the FAA. According to the agency’s revised definition of astronaut, the term may only be used for those that “demonstrated activities during flight that were essential to public safety, or contributed to human space flight safety.”
Disney’s “Jungle Cruise” star Jack Whitehall says he’s “proud” of his character coming-out as gay during a scene in the PG-13-rated family film.
Students can now become paid coronavirus vaccine “influencers” through the Student Social Media Engagement Campaign, which is recruiting students to “help combat vaccine misinformation and build vaccine confidence within their campus communities” on social media.
Big Tech companies including Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, Reddit, Verizon, Airbnb, and Mailchimp will expand a project of collusion on “counterterrorism” efforts that target domestic right-wing organizations.
PayPal, the online payment processing giant, has announced it will work with the far-left Anti-Defamation League (ADL) to collect information on and cut off financial flows to so-called extremists, and that it will share the data it gathers with law enforcement, policymakers, and the rest of the financial industry.
The University of Minnesota responded to a student who said it was “biased language” to suggest the coronavirus originated in China by scrubbing mention of the origin of the Wuhan virus from its website.
According to former Tesla employees, the company’s solar power unit Tesla Energy has a dedicated team for hunting down complaints on social media and convincing customers to delete negative comments.
Amazon’s “Key for Business” system allows delivery drivers to access apartment buildings without having to be buzzed in and the system has been installed in thousands of apartment buildings across the United States. The e-commerce giant reportedly entices building managers with gift cards as incentives to install the system.
Teens worldwide are reporting a sharper rise in feelings of loneliness than a decade ago, an outcome that may be linked to smartphone use, a study has found.
In 2019 the city of Borger, Texas, dealt with one of the earliest ransomware attacks in a recent series of Russia-based hacks. Although some services were disrupted, the town had most of its files backed up and essential services remained up. The town did not pay the $2.5 million ransom demanded by the hackers.
Digital piracy has plagued Hollywood studios and theater owners for decades. But it is now emerging as a contentious wedge issue as cinema owners are blaming the Walt Disney Co.’s day-and-date release of Black Widow for making piracy easier and
Mark Zuckerberg believes the coronavirus pandemic has created a new opportunity for Facebook to grow. His plan involves incentivizing churchgoers — who have become familiar with virtual services over the past year due to lockdowns — to permanently move their religious worship online.
Sunday, Breitbart News editor-in-chief Alex Marlow, author of Breaking the News: Exposing the Establishment Media’s Hidden Deals and Secret Corruption, appeared on Newsmax TV’s “The Gorka Reality Check” alongside Breitbart News senior tech correspondent Allum Bokhari to discuss what, if anything, could be done to curb the double standard applied to conservatives by Big Tech companies.
A robot took the floor during halftime of the USA-France game and did the work that Team USA could not do for itself; it made shots.
Randy Barnett, a nationally recognized Georgetown University Law professor, said during a Federalist Society forum Thursday that big tech platforms have become “public accommodations,” meaning they cannot discriminate against Americans using them.
Sweden has decided to grant exemptions to the county’s Wuhan coronavirus travel ban for eSports “athletes” entering the country from outside of the European Economic Area (EEA).
The New York Times admits that Joe Biden’s promised “green jobs” could actually be “more akin to an Amazon warehouse or a fleet of Uber drivers: grueling work schedules, few unions, middling wages and limited benefits.”
Harvard University appears to be distancing itself from an upcoming music program exclusively for “BIPOC” students, as the program’s website — which initially said the course would be held on Harvard’s campus — has been scrubbed of any mention of it taking place at the Ivy League institution.
The photo and video sharing app Snapchat is reportedly growing faster than it has since 2017, the year the company went public. Daily users soared 23 percent and revenue grew by 116 percent, growth numbers that far outpace established social media giants like Twitter.
Hardcore pornography is appearing embedded in articles on major news sites like the Washington Post and New York Magazine after a porn company purchased a defunct video hosting website previously used by many publications, according to a report by Vice News.
President Joe Biden is still exploring options to restore Internet access to Cuba, the White House claimed on Friday.