In this week's top stories, Intel hopes to build the world's largest chip factory in Ohio, and Amazon will open its first brick-and-mortar clothing store. Plus, Netflix sees a slowdown in new subscribers.
The tech giant knows it is facing turmoil within its new acquisition.
As the industry reconsiders digital ownership, gamers are eyeing the line between playing to earn and playing for fun.
In today's top stories, Amazon plans to open a brick-and-mortar clothing store later this year. Meanwhile, some Windows users can play their Android games via a limited beta.
The Air Force wants to move more of its logistics into space.
The social media company says the feature, known as NFT profile pictures, is being released first to Twitter Blue subscribers.
The social media giant said the Iranian-linked accounts posed as locals in Scotland and England.
In today's top stories, a fatal Autopilot crash results in felony charges, Instagram quietly tests a paid subscription option and the White House directs the NSA to boost its cyberdefenses.
The feature, which lets users tweet within a group about a specific topic, launched on iOS in September 2021
In today's news, Microsoft spends $68.7 billion to acquire Activision Blizzard, American households can now order four free at-home COVID tests and Apple reclaims top spot in the global smartphone market.
The Xbox's parent company goes on a shopping spree to the tune of almost $69 billion.
Their statements arrive before a Senate debate Thursday about antitrust legislation targeting the tech industry.