Foxconn Founder Advices Apple To Shift Manufacturing To Taiwan From China

Terry Gou (Foxconn founder) has claimed that Apple must shift its production out of China, media claims. “I am advising Apple to shift to Taiwan,” Gou claimed to the media when speaking about whether Apple will shift manufacturing away from China. “I think it is very likely.” Foxconn is one of key production partners of… Continue reading Foxconn Founder Advices Apple To Shift Manufacturing To Taiwan From China

Agero And Lyft Disclose Collaboration For Consumers Needing Tow Assistance

Agero, a roadside assistance provider, recently proclaimed that it is planning to partner with Lyft, a well-known ride-hailing company. Reportedly, this collaboration will be intended to offer rides for customers whose cars are disabled and are in the need of tow assistance. In a statement, Agero said that the service will offer customers, whose vehicles… Continue reading Agero And Lyft Disclose Collaboration For Consumers Needing Tow Assistance

After Shutdown For Over A Year, Shyp Is Coming Back With New Managing Staff

Shyp—San Francisco-based shipping company, associated with USPS and other well-established carriers—is now relaunched after a period of fifteen months. No detailed information regarding the relaunch or types of services being offered by Shyp is specified on its website. However, it mentions that the startup relaunched at the beginning of this year under a new managing… Continue reading After Shutdown For Over A Year, Shyp Is Coming Back With New Managing Staff

Huawei’s CEO Discloses Anticipated Damage Of US Sanctions

Ren Zhengfei, Huawei’s CEO and founder, claims that he anticipates US sanctions to cause the firm’s income to decline by billions of dollars, media claims. The firm anticipates its income to decline to $100 Billion in 2019, down from almost $104 Billion in 2018. Earlier the firm claimed that it anticipated making $125 Billion in… Continue reading Huawei’s CEO Discloses Anticipated Damage Of US Sanctions

Huawei Laptops Arrives Back Again On Microsoft’s Online Store

Microsoft eliminated Huawei’s laptop series last month from its online store, after a new executive law to onslaught on the Chinese tech firm. While the software behemoth has stayed silent over whether the firm will still be capable of obtaining Windows licenses for its series of devices, the laptops are now beginning to return to… Continue reading Huawei Laptops Arrives Back Again On Microsoft’s Online Store

Instagram Testing Ways To Restore Access To Hacked Accounts

Photo sharing social networking platform Instagram is currently testing new technology to allow account holders to recover their accounts that had been hacked.  Under current system Instagram account holders that get locked out of their accounts have to use their email for verification by the security team before getting back their access. With company is… Continue reading Instagram Testing Ways To Restore Access To Hacked Accounts

Space To Go Green With NASA’s Green Fuel Aboard Heavy Falcon

During a recent press event, one of the spokesperson of NASA stated that the space agency is set to launch Green Propellant Infusion Mission. NASA is planning to launch the mission on June 24, 2019. The Space Agency is planning to launch GPIM through Falcon Heavy rockets designed by SpaceX. The propellant which NASA is… Continue reading Space To Go Green With NASA’s Green Fuel Aboard Heavy Falcon

Melbourne To Become First Non-American City To Witness Uber’s Flying Taxis

After launching the Uber Copter service in Manhattan, Uber has dropped the curtains from the initial launch cities for the all new Uber Flying taxi as well. Apart from the American cities of Dallas in Texas and Los Angeles in California, Uber has declared Melbourne too as their city for running a pilot version of… Continue reading Melbourne To Become First Non-American City To Witness Uber’s Flying Taxis

Businesses Need To Heed To The Call Of The World’s Oceans—Study

Members of a social activist group, Friends of Ocean Action, comprising of 50 industry leaders are collating their efforts to find solutions to make the oceans healthy for its inhabitants. The group has been convened by World Economic Forum and World Resources Institute. The current problem of climate change, lack of drinking water and other… Continue reading Businesses Need To Heed To The Call Of The World’s Oceans—Study

US Records 30 Year Lows For Its OPEC Oil Imports; China’s Soar

As a report released by US Energy Information Admin, imports of crude by USA from OPEC fell to 30 year low during March. The imports which earlier used to be around 1.5 million barrels on a daily basis has fallen by 75 % in last decade largely due to impressive production of shale oil by… Continue reading US Records 30 Year Lows For Its OPEC Oil Imports; China’s Soar