Adam Neumann, CEO Of WeWork Has Reportedly Cashed Out Of Over $700 Million Ahead Of Its IPO

Adam Neumann, CEO Of WeWork Has Reportedly Cashed Out Of Over $700 Million Ahead Of Its IPO

Adam Neumann, the chief executive, and co-founder of the international real estate co-working start-up WeWork has cashed out over $700 million from his company just prior to its public offering. The size and timing of the pay-outs, made through a mix of loans and stock sales secured by his equity in the company is unusual, … Read more

Archinaut snags $73 million in NASA funding to 3D-print giant spacecraft parts in orbit

Archinaut snags $73 million in NASA funding to 3D-print giant spacecraft parts in orbit

A project to 3D-print bulky components in space rather than bring them up there has collected $73.7 million contracts from NASA to explain the technique in space. Archinaut is a mission that is being developed for several years now and it can launch as soon as 2022. However, the main problem is: “If you want … Read more

Microsoft releases new Windows 10 preview with calendar, your phone, and passwordless improvements

Microsoft releases new Windows 10 preview with calendar, your phone, and passwordless improvements

Today, Microsoft released a new Windows 10 preview with your phone, calendar, and passwordless improvements. The update bumps Windows 10 from build 18932 to build 18936. These builds are known to belong from the 20H1 branch which represents the Windows 10 update that is going to arrive in the first half of the coming year. … Read more

Google Pixel 4 Render Shows Phone In Its Big Bezel Glory

Google Pixel 4 Render Shows Phone In Its Big Bezel Glory

Google has recently leaked an image of the upcoming Pixel 4. But the picture only shows the back of the phone. What seemed to be an as real-world photo of Google’s upcoming flagship phone Pixel 4 has now turned out to be a fan-made render? The picture was surfaced on Slashleaks. However, it is a … Read more

Mozilla branded as ‘internet villain’ by internet groups for supporting DNS privacy feature

Mozilla branded as ‘internet villain’ by internet groups for supporting DNS privacy feature

Mozilla got branded as internet villain by an industry group of internet service providers for supporting the DNS security standard. The U.K.’s Internet Service Providers’ Association (ISPA), the trade group for internet service providers, nominated the browser maker for its proposed effort to roll out the security feature. According to them, the security feature allows … Read more

Amazon held liable for third-party vendor’s products by the court

Amazon held liable for third-party vendor’s products by the court

In the past, Amazon faced lawsuits over third-party but it did manage to come out unscathed. But now a federal appeals court in Philadelphia has decided that Amazon can be held liable for products sold by third-party vendors on its website. As per Reuters, this particular decision can lead to an onslaught of lawsuits against … Read more

Microsoft is teasing 1980s software including Windows 1.0

Microsoft is teasing 1980s software including Windows 1.0

We don’t know for sure what Microsoft is up to. They are either preparing themselves for a very odd promotional campaign or somebody has hijacked the Windows functioning time machine. Yesterday, the company uploaded a video bosting an “all-new Windows 1.0” on its social platforms. They even to the extent of deleting all their previous … Read more