Facebook to allow staff to permanently work from home post the pandemic

Facebook to allow staff to permanently work from home post the pandemic

Published: Just now By Mateen Dalal

Social media giant Facebook Inc. is reportedly planning to allow staff to continue working from home even after the Coronavirus pandemic ends. Eligible staff will be able to apply for permanent work from home, although s....

Nokia partners with LG Uplus to expand 5G coverage in South Korea

Finnish telecommunications giant Nokia Corporation has reportedly signed a joint venture agreement with LG Uplus, a prominent cellular carrier, to expand 5G coverage in South Korea. The duo intends to achieve this by deploying Nokia’....

Lo! Foods bags USD 1 million in pre-series A funding, eyes expansion

Lo! Foods, a Bengaluru-based consumer goods startup has reportedly secured USD 1 million during its pre-series A funding round, which was led by Chona Family Office, the former promoters of the renowned Hamvor Ice Cream. Other investors th....

Mercedes-Benz unveils the S-Class of EVs, comes with a 56-inch display

Mercedes-Benz, a German multinational automaker of luxury and commercial vehicles, has unveiled its flagship electric sedan, the EQS. The new vehicle is likely to allow Mercedes to take on Tesla Inc., as the market for electric vehicles (EV....

U.S. DOJ to intensify review of American Airlines-JetBlue partnership

American Airlines and JetBlue had announced their partnership in July last year. According to the Justice Department, the deal may cause inflated fares at major traffic hubs. The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) has reportedl....

Ford takes on GM, Tesla by debuting its first hands-free driving system

Ford Motor Company, the American multinational automaker, is reportedly planning on introducing a hands-free driving feature on its 2021 Mustang Models as well as 2021 F-150 pickup truck through a software update, by the end of the year. T....

Oculus Quest 2 update to include wireless PC streaming, 120Hz mode

Oculus, a subsidiary of Facebook, Inc., that develops and manufactures virtual reality headsets, has recently announced that Oculus Quest 2’s new v28 software update will include native wireless desktop PC streaming as well as 120 Hz ....