Zomato CEO Deepinder Goyal on Wednesday announced that several employees have taken deep voluntary salary cuts as the business has been hit owing to the COVID-19 lockdown.
In a series of tweets, Goyal said that dining out in many countries has been badly hit.
"To conserve our own cash flows, hundreds of Zomato employees have taken deep voluntary salary cuts," said the Zomato CEO.
"We are also donating for our delivery partner fund, as well as �..
Several hundred original series, totalling over a thousand hours — and that's just the ones it makes each year. Netflix is a behemoth in the world of television, spending billions of dollars on long-form content, be it the ones produced in-house (Stranger Things) or ones it acquires from others (Friends). No wonder then that it's the king of streaming services globally, with over 167 million subscriptions across 190 countries. But if yo..
Apple has released iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 as the latest software versions of its iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad users. The new software builds bring support for iCloud Drive folder sharing as well as include nine new Memoji stickers. There are also various additional changes on board. Alongside the new iOS and iPadOS updates, the Cupertino company has brought macOS Catalina 10.15.4 for Mac users with the similar iCloud Drive folder sharing that h..
Xiaomi on Tuesday introduced the Redmi Smart TV Max 98-inch alongside the Redmi K30 Pro smartphone. As the name suggests, new smart TV has a massive 98-inch screen, and just to really stress on how big that is – it is touted to be 13.6 percent larger than a standard single mattress bed. The TV is closer to the size of a table tennis board, and it comes packed with features like MEMC motion compensation, a custom 12nm based processor, and 64GB of ..
If Apple does revive AirPower, it could face some new competition
If you were hoping to buy AirPower only to be crushed when Apple shut down the project, we might have some good news for you. Analyst Jon Prosser disseminated a tweet today in which he wrote that at Apple, the AirPower project is active once again. Prosser says that Apple has started building prototypes of the device. The engineers working on the project are looking at ways to "re-..
The coronavirus has taken a huge toll on human life. It also has trashed the global economy and will no doubt leave behind gallons of red ink in its wake. But not all industries are negatively impacted. In fact, some have been so busy since the beginning of the pandemic that they are actually looking to hire more people. One of these businesses is food and grocery delivery; with people told to stay inside, firms like Uber Eats, Shipt and Instacar..
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Space events delayed or canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic
Rocket Lab is proceeding with upcoming launches after being classified as an essential business. The company said in a March 21 statement that the majority..
SEAKR Engineering will join Lockheed Martin’s team for the Protected Tactical Satcom (PTS) program.
WASHINGTON — Space electronics supplier SEAKR Engineering, based in Colorado, was tapped by Lockheed Martin to help develop a satellite communications payload for the U.S. Space Force.
SEAKR will join Lockheed Martin’s team for the Protected Tactical Satcom (PTS) program, industry sources told SpaceNews. The companies are expected to officially a..
WASHINGTON — The next meeting of the National Space Council, already scaled back because of the coronavirus pandemic, has been postponed, the White House announced March 21.
In a brief statement, the White House said that the March 24 meeting of the council, chaired by Vice President Mike Pence, had been postponed to a date yet to be determined.
The statement did not give a reason for the postponement, including whether it was caused by the pan..
China's Xiaomi had resumed operations for over 80 percent of its supply chain as of Thursday in the wake of the country's coronavirus outbreak, the company's president said.
Wang Xiang told an online media briefing that the company was still very confident in the European market as the virus situation there, while severe, was temporary.
Xiaomi said February had been a challenging month for it as its factories and offices struggled ..
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