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World  /  Published 06.05.20

Likely end of open-floor office

The modern corporate office is renowned for open, collaborative work spaces, in-house coffee bars and standing desks with room for two giant computer monitors.Soon, there may be a new must-have perk: ...
By Matt Richtel/New York Times News Service in San Francisco

World  /  Published 17.04.20

Dorsey to give $1bn

Jack Dorsey, the chief executive of Twitter and Square, said on Tuesday that he planned to donate $1 billion, or just under a third of his total wealth, to relief programmes related to the coronavirus...
By New York Times News Service in San Francisco

Technology  /  Published 21.03.20

Video Games: Level up

What made ice cream floats special in the mid-1980s was what followed it: A visit to a tiny amusement arcade where the central piece was Pac-Man, the lovely maze chase video game in which the player c...
By Mathures Paul in

Arts  /  Published 16.03.20

Watching Metallica and San Francisco Symphony Orchestra Together Again. Live.

Metallica fans came together at INOX, Quest mall, to catch the screening of Metallica and San Francisco Symphony Orchestra Together Again. Live. Vocalist Paloma Majumder watched the concert, soaked in...
By Paloma Majumder in

World  /  Published 14.03.20

Gates to quit Microsoft board

Bill Gates is stepping down from the board of Microsoft, the software giant he helped found more than four decades ago.Gates said on Friday that he would also step down from the board of Berkshire Hat...
By Daisuke Wakabayashi and Steve Lohr/New York Times News Service in San Francisco

World  /  Published 09.03.20

A test for parents and pupils in San Francisco

After months of training and competition, the girls’ soccer team at Lowell High School in San Francisco could taste another title.The players were on their home field last Thursday, preparing to pla...
By John Eligon, Ellen Barry and Karen Weise/New York Times News Service in San Francisco

World  /  Published 07.11.19

Ex-Twitter workers spied for Saudis

Ali Alzabarah was an engineer who rose through the ranks at Twitter to a job that gave him access to personal information and account data of the social media service’s millions of users.Ahmad Aboua...
By Kate Conger, Mike Isaac, Katie Benner and Nicole Perlroth/New York Times News Service in San Francisco

World  /  Published 31.10.19

Twitter decides to ban all political ads

Twitter said on Wednesday that it would ban all political ads, putting a spotlight on the power and veracity of online advertising and ramping up pressure on Facebook’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerb...
By Kate Conger/New York Times News Service in San Francisco

World  /  Published 30.10.19

‘Putin’s cook’ stirs Facebook pot

Facebook said on Wednesday it had suspended three networks of Russian accounts that attempted to interfere in the domestic politics of eight African countries, and were tied to a Russian businessman a...
By Reuters in San Francisco

Business  /  Published 13.06.19

Ola sets up US tech centre

Homegrown app cab aggregator Ola on Thursday announced that it will set up a technology centre in San Francisco Bay. A team of over 150 engineers will be working in this centre to develop next-generat...
By Our Special Correspondent in Calcutta


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