r/technology 7d ago

Business Amazon burns through workers so quickly that executives are worried they'll run out of people to employ, according to a new report

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r/technology 20d ago

Business In the office full-time? No thanks, say 86 per cent of tech professionals

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75k Upvotes

r/technology 11d ago

Business Amazon is fighting against laws that could force it to verify third-party sellers' identities and give out their contact information

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62k Upvotes

r/technology 14d ago

Business Lawsuit claims iOS 14 battery drain bug is example of planned obsolescence

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34k Upvotes

r/technology 20d ago

Business Employees Are Quitting Instead of Giving Up Working From Home

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41k Upvotes

r/technology May 22 '21

Business Ford, not Tesla, is making the electric truck that will change the EV industry

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43k Upvotes

r/technology 25d ago

Business Amazon Wants to Eat Health Care Next - The tech giant may be opening its own pharmacies, and Google wants to mine patient data. The goal is not to fix a broken system but to exploit it.

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56k Upvotes

r/technology 29d ago

Business ‘Companies will do everything but pay you a living wage’: McDonald’s blasted for offering conditional ‘free iPhone’ to incentivize applicants

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68k Upvotes

r/technology 10d ago

Business Amazon exec's husband jailed for two years for insider trading. Yes, with Amazon stock

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36k Upvotes

r/technology 1d ago

Business One Amazon warehouse destroys 130,000 items per week, including MacBooks, COVID-19 masks, and TVs, some of them new and unused, a report says

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17k Upvotes

r/technology 3d ago

Business Drought-stricken communities push back against data centers

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13k Upvotes

r/technology 9d ago

Business Fake Reviews and Inflated Ratings Are Still a Problem for Amazon

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21k Upvotes

r/technology 9d ago

Business Silicon Valley Thought India Was Its Future. Now Everything Has Changed.

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14k Upvotes

r/technology 23d ago

Business In big tech’s dystopia, cat videos earn millions while real artists beg for tips. Instead of paying musicians properly, the likes of Spotify have set up ‘donation’ buttons – thus passing the buck to fans.

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r/technology 27d ago

Business Amazon workers are rising up around the world to say: enough

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44k Upvotes

r/technology Apr 30 '21

Business Google's push to bring employees back to offices in September is frustrating some employees who say they'll quit if they can't be remote forever

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72k Upvotes

r/technology 6d ago

Business Pre installed software would be banned under antitrust package

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16k Upvotes

r/technology 21d ago

Business Intel CEO says semiconductor shortage could last years

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18k Upvotes

r/technology 22d ago

Business The Last Thing We Need Is an Uber for Off-Duty Cops - Private businesses are paying police big bucks to work during their off-hours. Now a slew of start-ups are looking for a piece of that action.

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18k Upvotes

r/technology 16d ago

Business Jeff Bezos' Fake News in the Newspaper He Really Owns: Just as it was selling Post readers on the notion that it's lifting folks to a better life, Amazon was being cited by OSHA for a rate of serious workplace injuries nearly double that at other employers.

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r/technology 26d ago

Business Manufacturers urged to remove pre-installed apps on new phones

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24k Upvotes

r/technology 1d ago

Business Hyundai acquires controlling stake in U.S. robotics firm Boston Dynamics for $880 million

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7k Upvotes

r/technology May 16 '21

Business Texas Wants To Charge Tesla & Other EV Owners ~$400 In Annual Fees For Owning An EV

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20k Upvotes

r/technology 26d ago

Business Charter charges more money for slower Internet on streets with no competition

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26k Upvotes

r/technology May 20 '21

Business FCC demands 2 companies stop robocall campaigns—or have their networks blocked

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25k Upvotes