A Bloomberg report says Reddit has signed a licensing deal with an unnamed AI company to allow the company to train its AI models using Reddit content. The deal is reportedly worth $60 million annually.
Facebook's parent company Meta has announced a hiring freeze. The freeze comes amidst rumors there will be a round of layoffs at the social media turned metaverse company.
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The Emojipedia website has been acquired by Zedge. Emojipedia is an emoji resource founded by Jeremy Burge in 2013.
Yahoo Answers is shutting down. This is a surprise as the site is expected to provide a large amount of traffic to Yahoo.
Sony unveiled its Sony Airpeak technology at the 2021 Consumer Electronics Show. The drone carries a Sony Alpha full-frame mirrorless camera.
Jeff Bezos Stepping Down as Amazon CEO
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