Home Main Google Yahoo Bing WC Aol Deja Duck AJ Lycos IX Yan Yac DP BH WM BB Baidu A YT GMap
  • Sign In   
  • N M C R

    You are not logged in. You can not add RSS Feeds untill logged in

    Apott.com RSS Feeds

    Logged in Members can add and delete some personal RSS feeds(Under Terms of Service). If they do not work- Mail Me and I will fix.

    Russia is backing a viral video company aimed at American millennials


    Three online video channels designed to appeal to millennials have collected tens of millions of views on Facebook since September. But the pages pushing the videos do not disclose that they are backed by the Russian government.

    Uber says it lost $1.8 billion in 2018


    Uber, the most highly- valued US based startup, is heading into its much-anticipated IPO after more than one billion dollars in losses last year.

    Despite record profits, Amazon didn't pay any federal income tax in 2017 or 2018. Here's why


    Amazon hasn't paid any taxes to the US government in the past two years. Actually, Amazon received hundreds of millions of dollars in federal tax credits in 2017 and 2018.

    Shell is taking on Tesla with batteries for homes


    Royal Dutch Shell has purchased German home battery startup Sonnen for an undisclosed amount.

    How Amazon blew its chance in New York


    The deal was supposed to be foolproof. But by trying so hard to bypass opposition and extract many incentives as possible, Amazon generated more opposition than it bargained for.

    Didi is axing jobs and could retreat from food delivery and bike sharing


    China's biggest ride-hailing firm is axing 15% of its staff and scaling back non-core businesses as it tries to get back on track following the murders of two passengers last year.

    Amazon cancels plans to build New York headquarters


    Amazon is ditching its plans to build a new headquarters in New York after facing backlash from members of the community.

    America's fight with Huawei is messing with the world's 5G plans


    The US-led offensive against Chinese tech firm Huawei is creating problems for mobile operators, particularly in Europe, as they start building the next generation of wireless networks.

    Amazon has money, power and influence. But it flamed out in NYC. Here's why that matters


    Amazon doesn't fail very often. Before it ditched its New York HQ2 plans Thursday, Amazon had only ever fallen on its face this way once before, when it launched the Fire Phone, a smartphone no one wanted.

    Real estate brokers were banking on the 'Amazon Effect.' Their bubble just burst


    Amazon's sudden decision to cancel its HQ2 plans for Long Island City has dealt a big blow to the area's real estate agents, who were seeing an influx of eager buyers to the area.

    GM's new e-bike is called Arīv


    General Motors newest product is an e-bike called Arīv, and it is now available for ordering, at least in some parts of the world.

    Facebook in talks with FTC as possible record fine looms


    Federal regulators may be close to hitting Facebook with a large fine after a year full of data privacy scandals.

    Dating app reveals data breach on Valentine's Day


    Some users of the dating app Coffee Meets Bagel woke up to a not-so-sweet Valentine's Day surprise on Thursday.

    Read Amazon's full statement on why it scrapped its New York City HQ2


    Amazon announced Thursday that it is scrapping its plan to open to a second headquarters in New York's Long Island City. The project was supposed to bring 25,000 jobs to the city. Read Amazon's full statement:

    Huawei is crushing Apple in China, and the US is partly to blame


    Huawei smartphones are red hot in China even though the country's overall market for the devices is shrinking.

    What Apple killing its Do Not Track feature means for online privacy


    Apple is removing a privacy control in Safari called Do Not Track that could potentially be exploited to work counteractively and track people.


    Former Apple lawyer accused of insider trading


    The SEC has filed a lawsuit against former Apple lawyer Gene Levoff that accuses him of insider trading.

    Google to invest $13 billion in US data centers and offices this year


    The future of Google increasingly lies outside Silicon Valley, as the company plans to invest $13 billion in data centers and offices in more than a dozen US states this year.

    Companies use your data to make money. California thinks you should get paid


    Some economists, academics and activists think the US should have digital dividends for all its citizens, so people could get reimbursed for the massive amounts of personal data they provide companies for free.