Aloof Nerd or Straight Up F**Kwit
WeWork is back and plans to go public via a SPAC merger. The paperwork shows the company lost $3.2B last year, which compares with a $3.5B loss in 2019. occupancy rates fell to 47 percent at the close of 2020, a drop of 72 percent from the start of the year. Will there be a co-working comeback?
And a number of FSF members have asked he be removed again
Facebook is cool with you threatening to kill a public person
Among many arguments made, Apple argued that the cases between Epic and Apple are so similar in both California and Australia that it should be settled in the jurisdiction originally agreed upon by the two companies.
This is the first place i want to go to overseas
Not running Android Wear, but a proprietary system
Nintendo’s fancy new switch still using off the shelf products - upscaling
Why does the homepod have temperature and humidity sensors?
Butterfly keyboard class action
Ted Lasso wins writers guild