• Alphabet stock surges as Google ad revenues roar back

    Alphabet stock surges as Google ad revenues roar back

    Google parent Alphabet's stock price surged early Friday as the search giant's advertising revenues recovered from a coronavirus-fueled collapse.
  • The urgent need to launch Moonshots and challenges

    The urgent need to launch Moonshots and challenges

    Until February 2020, most companies were planning their long-term business strategies, setting ambitious growth targets, and launching new products. In general, the strategy of companies was to automate the past, to prioritize cost reduction over the creation of value for the consumer. The current health crisis has changed everything and is now forcing companies to reinvent themselves by implementing a breakthrough strategy.
  • The Big Tech leaders are being faced with questions over how they handle political content as Republicans claim they 'censor conservative voices': Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says 'conservatives have lost our trust' as he

    The Big Tech leaders are being faced with questions over how they handle political content as Republicans claim they 'censor conservative voices': Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says 'conservatives have lost our trust' as he

    Jack Dorsey acknowledged during a Capitol Hill hearing Wednesday that conservatives 'don't trust we are acting in good faith' as Big Tech faces criticism over censorship just one week before Election Day.
  • SECTION 230: THE LAW AT CENTER OF BIG TECH SHOWDOWN

    SECTION 230: THE LAW AT CENTER OF BIG TECH SHOWDOWN

    Twenty-six words tucked into a 1996 law overhauling telecommunications have allowed companies like Facebook, Twitter and Google to grow into the giants they are today.
  • DOJ sues Google for abuse of dominant position, unprecedented for 20 years

    DOJ sues Google for abuse of dominant position, unprecedented for 20 years

    It is the largest legal action ever taken in more than 20 years by the American federal government against one of the giants of the American 'Big Tech'. Faced with these lawsuits, confirmed to USA GAG by a source after revelations from the 'New York Times' and the 'Wall Street Journal', Google does not take offense.
  • Youtube calculates that its video viewing platform is directly and indirectly responsible for a contribution of 515 million euros to the French gross domestic product

    Youtube calculates that its video viewing platform is directly and indirectly responsible for a contribution of 515 million euros to the French gross domestic product

    Youtube calculated that its video viewing platform was directly and indirectly responsible for a contribution of 515 million euros to the French gross domestic product, in particular via the income of creators and payments to record companies, according to a study. to be released Thursday.
  • ARM-Nvidia: Take action, Europeans!

    ARM-Nvidia: Take action, Europeans!

    The announcement of the $ 40 billion acquisition by Nvidia of the British technological nugget ARM Limited, until then owned by the Japanese Softbank, will once again have allowed Europe to stand out with its astonishing passivity, despite the big announcements in favor of European industrial sovereignty at the European Council. However, this acquisition with innumerable strategic and technological consequences is the deal of the year in tech and semiconductor circles. By Paul Clerc-Renaud, Foreign Trade Advisor for France in Hong Kong and Andre Loesekrug-Pietri, Executive Director of the Joint European Disruptive Initiative (JEDI).
  • Unity Software’s shares soar in NYSE debut

    Unity Software’s shares soar in NYSE debut

    Shares of Sequoia-backed startup Unity Software jumped 44.2 percent in their debut on the New York Stock Exchange on Friday, signaling sustained demand for new stocks. The company’s stock opened at $75 per share, giving the firm a market value of $19.75 billion. The Silicon Valley startup on Thursday raised $1.3 billion in its IPO, …
  • Shares of Buffett-backed Snowflake soar in NYSE debut

    Shares of Buffett-backed Snowflake soar in NYSE debut

    Warren Buffett-backed Snowflake’s shares more than doubled in value in a volatile debut on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday, after the cloud-based data warehouse company raised $3.36 billion in the largest US listing so far in 2020. Shares of the San Francisco-based company opened at $245 apiece, but the trading was briefly halted. …
  • YouTube unveils short-form video ‘Shorts’ to compete with TikTok

    YouTube unveils short-form video ‘Shorts’ to compete with TikTok

    YouTube is rolling out a short-form video feature called “YouTube Shorts” to compete with the popular social media platform TikTok. YouTube said Monday that YouTube Shorts — set to launch in the next few weeks — will allow creators and artists to shoot short, catchy videos up to 15 seconds long using their mobile phones. …