In today's top stories, Amazon announces thousands of new hires across the world, Google's developer conference kicks off next week, and broadband assistance comes from the federal government.
The Colonial Pipeline cyberattack caused a major blow to the gasoline industry in the southern and eastern parts of the United States, but it also showed how vulnerable the US energy grid is to more attacks in the future.
Amazon denies the claim. The mailbox is key to a union's objections to the e-commerce giant's actions during a failed vote to organize warehouse workers.
I signed up to be a Starlink beta tester and put it through its paces to see if it could cope with playing games, streaming video and what the uptime was like.
Amazon will bolster its workforce by more than 20% in the UK, as the US and Canada also get a boost of 75,000 new workers.
Tossing out irrelevant information makes room for new memories.
In today's top stories, the Italian antitrust authority has fined Google for abusing its market dominance. Meanwhile, Quibi's videos are coming to the Roku Channel for free.
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference will be held virtually and for free this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Here's how to watch, live.
The retail giant says hiring across the US and Canada is already underway.
The HeroWear Apex is a $1,200 unpowered exosuit designed to take up to 50 pounds of weight off the wearer's back during physical labor.
In today's top stories, Tesla stops accepting Bitcoin, Amazon updates a handful of Echo Show smart displays and the FCC launches an emergency broadband benefit program.
Antonio Garcia-Martinez, a recent hire, is apparently no longer working at Apple, after an uproar over his past writings slamming women as "soft and weak" and "generally full of shit."