Screenings and distant break rooms make their shifts longer and downtime shorter, warehouse workers say.
Facebook hit a number of major climate-related targets in 2020, according to its annual sustainability report.
Vendors sometimes decide to stop paying Amazon to store their stock. Their goods may be destroyed, ITV News reports.
It's blaming the surge in travel demand, weather and labor shortages.
To show off its skills, the robot recorded itself, selfie-style, while taking care of household cleaning tasks.
Hyundai Motor Group bought a controlling stake in the robotics company for a cool $1.1 billion.
The social network's competition with Clubhouse, Twitter and Spotify is heating up.
In today's top stories, the FCC proposes further limitations against Huawei and ZTE, Snapchat removes its controversial speed filter and Boeing's 737 Max 10 completes its first flight.
The latest and largest member of the 737 Max family takes to the air seven months after the FAA cleared all Max aircraft to fly again.
In today's top stories, Google opens its first brick-and-mortar in New York City while Airbnb disallows landlords to profit from pandemic evictions and shoppers prepare to snatch up Amazon Prime Day deals starting Monday.
The move is meant to protect US networks and supply chains.
As Amazon tries to squash bogus ratings for Prime Day and beyond, the problem moves to social media.