Maybe, Reddit has missed its IPO opportunity?

Reddit has a long history of trying to go public. It's been talked about for so long that it's hard to lose count of when the topic first appeared in the media. Maybe it...

Nvidia earnings report is exactly what we expected

Nvidia exceeded Wall Street's expectations for revenue and sales in the fourth fiscal quarter, demonstrating significant growth and optimistic future forecasts: Adjusted earnings per share...

Disney is selling most of its DVD and Blu-ray disc business

Disney recently announced a deal with Sony, according to which the latter will take over the production, distribution, and marketing of Disney's DVD and...

How to say thank you in a professional communication

Here's what to know about thank-you note

Welcome to The New Splaitor

The short welcome letter.

How we started a website and made some mistakes

Here's mistakes we made in our business.

What is the difference between CEO, COO, and CFO?

Here's what to know about C-Suite positions.

Apple agreed to pay $50 million to MacBook owners for butterfly keyboard malfunction

If you replaced your keyboard, find out more about how to get a refund.

Amazon plans to lay off about 17,000 employees

Since November, this number has increased significantly.

Meta is acquiring smart lens manufacturer Luxexcel

This will open the door to the goal of creating AR glasses.

Elon Musk plans to resign as head of Twitter

After a poll on Twitter, Musk decided to leave the post of head of the company.

Delta will make in-flight Wi-Fi free

When will the first changes begin?

Texans can sell electricity back to the grid

They can do so using Tesla's new power plant.

FTC sues Microsoft to block purchase the Activision Blizzard

What are the risks and how could this end up for Microsoft?

Apple threatens Elon Musk to remove the Twitter app

What can Twitter do to get them removed from the App Store?

Twitter is hiring new employees after layoffs

Can this be considered the end of the firing phase?

U.S. government checks Elon Musk’s Twitter

Why did the U.S. government start to get suspicious?

Why does United Airlines want to make even more money from us?

What did United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby say?

Elon Musk fires Twitter employees who publicly criticize or argue with him

Twitter's ongoing collapse may have accelerated a bit, thanks to its new owner, Elon Musk, who is firing engineers who could have helped fix Twitter's dysfunctional infrastructure.

Meta is planning to begin mass layoffs

Like many tech companies, Meta is going to lay off some of its staff.

Amazon pauses hiring for corporate workforce

Why did the company go along with this?

Apple removes gambling ads from App Store product pages

The developers are unhappy that there are casino ads in the App Store.

Apple prevents Spotify from growing its new audiobook business

The battle between Spotify and Apple goes on.

Evans Hankey is leaving Apple after three years

It is unknown yet who will replace her.

Intel may lay off thousands of employees due to slowing PC sales

Nevertheless, Intel remains determined to achieve the goals it has set for itself.

Meta suspends hiring and warns employees of possible layoffs

First the company wanted to reduce the number of employees hired, but now it has suspended this activity altogether.

Amazon hourly workers will get an increase in wages across the U.S.

Over the next year, it will spend another $1 billion on salaries.

How to combine work and study to manage everything

The most important things you need for this are the desire and willpower.

EVGA no longer cooperates with NVIDIA, the company stopped producing video cards

One of the largest manufacturers of video cards Nvidia announced the end of production of new video cards.

What is Zartico, the platform that provides analytics and visualizations to DMOs and raised $20 million in Series A funding

Tourism is one of the last "big industries" to become empowered with big data. That can be easily explained. Despite being one of the...

Dylan Field, Figma’s co-founder and chief, says Figma would remain autonomous after being acquired by Adobe

After the most expensive deal in the history of private software, Figma would remain autonomous, according to CEO,

Adobe acquires Figma for $20 billion, aiming at collaborative creation

That's the most expensive purchase of software company in a history,

Tesla gives the public the choice of where to locate its next Superchargers stations

Twitter launched a poll to see where charging stations should also be placed.