Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley finds remote work is easier to begin than end

Microsoft has pushed those dates back to October while Apple, Google, Facebook, Amazon and a growing list of others have already decided wait until next year.

published on : 8th September 2021

Biohack your body

An otherwise healthy individual, who chooses to change their physiology by various do-it-yourself methods to make the mind and body perform at their best, is a biohacker.

published on : 1st September 2021

Have the floodgates opened against big tech?

Facebook’s tussle with Australia may be a changing point in the history of the digital world that would redefine the relationships of big tech companies with society.

published on : 9th July 2021

California rail yard shooting: Employee opens fire, kills eight, suspect dead

The shooting took place around 6:30 a.m. at a light rail facility in San Jose next door to the sheriff’s department and across a freeway from the airport.

published on : 27th May 2021

EU senses Facebook scandal shifts privacy tide in its favour

European Union will introduce tough new data protection rules next month, which Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg himself has welcomed in the face of the latest scandals. 

published on : 14th April 2018

Donald Trump admintration urged to keep work permits for H-1B spouses 

Six Democratic lawmakers from the Silicon Valley have urged the Trump administration to retain Obama-era rule allowing spouses of H-1B visa holders to work legally in the US.

published on : 16th March 2018

Twitter hires former Facebook and Snap executive as senior director of product

India-born Sriram Krishnan, a former top executive from Facebook and Snap, has been hired by Twitter as its senior director of product.

published on : 19th September 2017

Streaming service Netflix shares jump as subscriptions top 100 million worldwide

Most of the subscriber growth came from outside the US, where Netflix has invested heavily in establishing itself as a global television service.

published on : 18th July 2017

Applications for H-1B to be accepted from April 3 amid uncertainty about Indian techie jobs in US

Unlike previous years, the official announcement did not say till when it would continue accepting the H-1B petitions.

published on : 16th March 2017