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Netflix Stung by Slowing Subscriber Growth

Netflix Stung by Slowing Subscriber Growth

Netflix on Thursday reported cooling subscriber growth as fierce competition and the pandemic weigh heavy despite hits like "Squid Game" and "Money Heist." The streaming service ended the year with 221.8 million subscribers, just below target, after booming during coronavirus lockdowns that kept

Instagram Tests Letting Creators Charge Subscriptions

Instagram Tests Letting Creators Charge Subscriptions

Instagram will let some content creators in the United States charge subscriptions to fans, allowing popular users to dabble with a way to make steady money as the platform competes for online stars. Social media users whose posts draw large audiences help platforms from Twitch and YouTube to Tik

Intel Orders ASML Machine Still on Drawing Board as Chipmakers Look For an Edge

Intel has placed the first order with ASML for an advanced chipmaking machine that is still on the drawing board and won't be delivered for years, as semiconductor manufacturers look to get ahead in a booming industry. Alongside better-than-expected fourth quarter earnings, ASML said on Wednesday

Apple Complies with Dutch Watchdog Ruling on Payment Options in Netherlands

Apple Complies with Dutch Watchdog Ruling on Payment Options in Netherlands

Apple said on Saturday it would allow developers of dating apps in the Netherlands to offer non-Apple payment options to their users, complying with an order from the country's market regulator to do so by Jan.

Google Shows Faith in Office with $1 Billion London Deal

Google Shows Faith in Office with $1 Billion London Deal

Tech giant Google has spent $1 billion to buy a central London building where it is currently a tenant, showing its confidence in the future of the office as a place to work, the company said on Friday. Google, which employs 6,400 people in Britain, plans a multi-million pound refurbishment of it

Dogecoin Jumps after Musk Tweets Tesla Merchandise 'Buyable' with the Token

Dogecoin Jumps after Musk Tweets Tesla Merchandise 'Buyable' with the Token

Meme-based cryptocurrency dogecoin jumped on Friday after Tesla Inc chief Elon Musk said the electric carmaker will accept it as payment for merchandise. "Tesla merch buyable with Dogecoin," Musk tweeted. His mid-December tweet saying such use of dogecoin will be allowed on a test basis sent t

Apple Submits Plans to Allow Alternative Payment Systems in S.Korea

Apple Submits Plans to Allow Alternative Payment Systems in S.Korea

South Korea's telecommunications regulator said on Tuesday Apple Inc had submitted plans to allow third-party payment systems on its App Store to comply with a law banning major app store operators from forcing software developers to use their payments systems. The Korea Communications Commission

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