Monday, October 18, 2021



In China, solar power startups have been selling much of their oil to U.S. builders

Photo Some of the biggest solar companies in the United States, including First Solar, SolarCity and SunPower, have been stockpiling oil and natural gas products in part to feed their power-plant installation businesses, reported

Google’s app war with India app developers has adverse effects

As our data journalism series dives into the world of the new app economy , CNN speaks to the power play of a market that’s been waiting to be disrupted, except it won’t be

Bitcoin movie scam targets users

By Shaan Patel , CNN Written by It was intended to be a money-making opportunity. Cult cryptocurrency Bitcoin announced its very own movie, released on Valentine’s Day. In the flick, a user is trapped

Am I Crazy? Like most people, I have a question: When is China going to

Mr. Yan’s recent rise as one of China’s most renowned and successful entrepreneurs points to a moment that the country is experiencing right now. In fact, he’s riding on it. In 2017, Mr. Yan

What are the rules about keeping the Suez Canal open?

Blockages in the Suez Canal, which pass through the bottom of one of the most significant waterways in the world, has been one of the major headaches plaguing the oil markets this summer. OPEC’s

Facebook must sell Instagram, WhatsApp after U.S. government steps in

Shares of social media giant Facebook fell on Tuesday after the U.S. government said it should sell its two biggest photo-sharing apps, Instagram and WhatsApp. The Economic Espionage Act will be used to have

20 Ways In Which The Year Of The Rabbit Is The Most Ridiculous!

1 – 2019, Mars(oh right – They are not currently on Mars. Did you know Mars celebrates its 445th anniversary later this year? 2 – 2014, Kanye West premiered the Yeezus track “Bound 2”

Hundreds of China protestors storm country club that collapsed, killing 19 people

Hundreds of social activists are on a 48-hour strike in Guangzhou, China’s second-largest city, demanding government transparency and impartial investigation into last week’s collapse of the 15-story Evergrande Country Club that killed 19 people.

The rise of private surveillance

Written by By Onna Mekonen, CNN Privacy-conscious consumers are switching to more secure products as the market for surveillance-friendly gadgets explodes. The digital and behavioral surveillance used by governments around the world — and

Tractor Supply to accept Litecoin as a form of payment

Updated 3:10 p.m. Jan. 20 with more details. Maybe it’s time to consider a new approach to Christmas shopping. Shares of Tractor Supply jumped Tuesday after the discount retailer said it would accept Litecoin

Latest news