Uber records losses of $4.46 billion in 2017, slowing losses of the company are not enough

Uber records losses of $4.46 billion in 2017, slowing losses of the company are not enough. Last year, Uber lost an average of $1.1 billion a quarter, with a total…

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Hyundai next in line for Fiat Chrysler buyout rumors

In the corporate sector, the trend of acquisitions and mergers and buyout is on the peak. Now another rumor is rolling around that Hyundai might be involved in purchasing Fiat Chrysler…

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Tesla to introduce a giant battery following its traditional uniqueness

Tesla, Elon Musk’s company,  that is famous for making unique and exciting gadgets and products, is now planning to build a large battery, for the South Australia region aiming at…

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Twitter takes a Chance to claim it is Fair and Balanced

In a newly launched campaign, the social media site utilizes Chance the Rapper to show how you can “see every side” or aspect of the conversation. When you think about…

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Alibaba to explore potential of eCommerce of Pakistani Market

Due to changing consumer behaviour and use of internet users, the E-Commerce industry of Pakistan is increasing day by day. Despite the competition, the E-Commerce industry of Pakistan can’t be…

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Huawei Pakistan team explored innovations by Huawei at MWC 2017

To kick off Mobile World Congress 2017, Huawei Consumer Business Group launched the new HUAWEI P10 and P10 Plus. Deputy General Manager Huawei Pakistan, Mr. Fraz Malik Khan, and top…

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USB Firewall for true Cyber Security

Everyone at some point in their life has bought some cheap USB device for a quick for or something related but what people don’t understand is that these devices could…

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Apple’s New Campus ─ Apple Park to commence in April

Apple has announced the opening of its new giant 175-acre building “spaceship” campus in company’s hometown, Cupertino, California to employees.The building was under construction since December 2013 and now it…

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