Uber Eats, Postmates, Grubhub and DoorDash face proposed class action lawsuit over charging exorbitant fees midst coronavirus pandemic

In a proposed class action suit filed in Manhattan federal court, three customers have sued GrubHub, Postmates, DoorDash, and Uber Eats for allegedly exploiting their dominance in restaurant meal deliveries to impose fees that consumers ultimately bear through higher menu prices; this includes the current timeframe of the coronavirus pandemic when most U.S. cities are…

China Reform Holdings attempting to seize control of British chip designer Imagination

In an exclusive news bulletin, Sky News has revealed that Imagination, which makes graphics processing units (GPUs) for customers including Samsung and Apple and is one of the UK’s most important technology companies, is scheduled to have an emergency board meeting next week in order to discuss the appointment of four representatives of China Reform…

Nvidia set to win unconditional approval from European Commission for it’s bid to acquire Mellanox Technologies

Sources familiar with the matter have disclosed, U.S. chipmaker Nvidia is set to win an unconditional approval from the European Commission over its $6.8 billion acquisition bid to acquire Mellanox Technologies. Known for its powerful graphics chips, Nvidia is looking to boost its data center and artificial intelligence business; acquiring Mellanox will help it better…

AMD’s expands marketshare with its latest second generation EPYC server chip

Although Intel’s server chips will be launched next year, industry experts opine that machine learning features along with better memory management techniques could provide Intel the edge. Having said that, competition in the server chip space is always good since it lowers cost and improves efficiency. On Thursday, Advanced Micro Devices Inc stated, following the…

ZTE follows Huawei’s footsteps, opens cybersecurity lab in Brussels

Huawei and ZTE are striving to increase transparency regarding their products in order to mitigate allegations of espionage. It is not clear whether these lab tests will cover re-routing of data through servers located in China, thus compromising unencrypted data. In a significant development, embattled Chinese telecom vendor ZTE opened a cybersecurity lab in Brussels,…

All insurance policies should provide clarity on cyber attacks: Lloyds Bank

A coordinated global cyber attack could cause economic damage anywhere between $85 billion and $193 billion. Britain’s retail and commercial banking giant Lloyds Bank Plc stated, all insurance and reinsurance policies should clearly state whether they will cover losses caused by a cyber attack; this would be in the best interest of customers and brokers.…