DraftKings strikes another media partnership, this time with AT&T's Turner Sports

DraftKings will integrate its content across Turner Sports platforms, but the agreement excludes NBA content. The partnership with Turner Sports is the latest in a string of similar deals between DraftKings and various sports leagues and media companies. Following a month of mega deals, including linking with sports icon Michael Jordan, sports betting company DraftKings […]

Netflix is reportedly set to triple London office space with new headquarters

Netflix is reportedly planning to take over a lease on an 87,000-square-foot building in London's West End from outsourcing giant Capita.  The U.S. streaming giant will keep one of its two existing offices in London.  Netflix Co-Chief Executive Reed Hastings has previously spoken about the downsides of remote working.  LONDON – As the coronavirus forces […]

Here's a first look at Google's plans for its massive San Jose campus

Google released renderings for its massive downtown San Jose campus, which will face final approval in spring 2021. The company's mixed-use campus, which is in coordination with the city of San Jose, is a departure from prior campuses as more than half of it will be open to the public in some form. The campus […]

Nvidia and Huawei face an uncertain future in Britain's high-tech capital

Home to some of the most talented technologists in the world, Cambridge is seen as a vital hub for technology companies like Nvidia and Huawei. Nvidia announced that it intends to buy Arm and set up a new AI research center, while Huawei plans to build a $1.3 billion R&D lab in the city.  However, […]

Big Tech stocks are buys on any negative antitrust news, Jim Cramer says

Big Tech stocks barely flinched one day after members of Congress recommended parts of their underlying companies be broken up. "The time these Big Tech stocks get hit by some bad headlines from the House Judiciary Committee is the time you have to buy them," CNBC's Jim Cramer said while giving his take on monopolistic […]

EU lawmakers write letter to Jeff Bezos asking him if Amazon is spying on them

Members of the European Parliament have written to Amazon boss Jeff Bezos asking if his company is hiring intelligence agents to spy on politicians, trade unionists, and members of staff. The letter comes after Amazon deleted two job postings for "intelligence analysts," ideally with French and Spanish language skills. According to the postings, the jobs […]

EU’s top court limits government spying on citizens’ mobile and internet data

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that member states cannot collect mass mobile and internet data on citizens. It said forcing internet and phone operators to carry out the "general and indiscriminate transmission or retention of traffic data and location data" is against EU law. The ruling is in response to several cases […]