A San Francisco startup backed by some of the biggest names in technology, like Apple CEO Tim Cook, says it’s designed a better showerheadthat uses less water.
Read more: We tried the Silicon Valley shower head backed by Tim Cook, here’s what it’s like
Both companies will be represented by phone at a meeting designed to help push through a policy change “without further delay.”
Read more: Apple and Microsoft representatives are set to join a meeting on Monday promoting patient access to health data
A DHS report comes after Trump signed a phase one trade deal with China requiring both countries to tackle counterfeit sales.
Read more: Trump administration cracks down on counterfeits sold on Amazon and other online retailers
Any changes to the law could have implications for companies such as Facebook, Alphabet Inc’s Google and Twitter which publish large amounts of user content with only limited ability to monitor it for offensive language and imagery.
Read more: Justice Department plans to hold meeting to discuss law crucial to protecting Big Tech
Intel beat estimates and gave an optimistic forecast for 2020, but there are reasons for concern as competition from AMD heats up.
Read more: Intel stock soars to dot-com era levels even as warning signs flash for 2020 and beyond
Sen. Edward Markey said his two recommendations come after media reports that show Tesla drivers abusing the Autopilot system.
Read more: Senator asks Tesla to rebrand its Autopilot feature because it can confuse drivers
TripAdvisor is planning to cut 200 jobs, or 5% of its total workforce, a source familiar with the matter confirmed to CNBC. Most of the cuts are said to be in the company’s experiences division.
Read more: TripAdvisor set to cut 200 jobs, source confirms
Uber has signed an agreement with Nissan to introduce a fleet of 2,000 Leaf hatchbacks for its drivers.
Read more: Uber to offer UK drivers electric Nissan cars at a discount as it fights London ban
The parts will be used in forthcoming Apple products launching in the next three and a half years, according to the filing, which said that Broadcom and Apple had entered into two separate agreements.
Read more: Broadcom strikes billion deal with Apple to sell it iPhone parts
Intel grew revenue 8% in the fourth quarter even as it faced greater competition from AMD.
Read more: Intel’s stock jumps 7% on better-than-expected earnings and revenue