SpaceX overtakes Boeing as NASA supplier

The Falcon 9 launch vehicle equipped with the Crew Dragon capsule in the NASA Assembly Center. Photography: SpaceX For the first time, SpaceX has moved ahead of Boeing in NASA’s ranking of lucrative suppliers. Further proof of the growing importance of Elon Musk’s company in the space sector. What’s next after this ad For many … Read more


Laptops today have a central place both in professional circles and for everyday use. the MICROSOFT SURFACE LAPTOP GO 2 is one of his machines that arouses great interest. MICROSOFT SURFACE LAPTOP GO 2 Amazon Credit This laptop from the American giant Microsoft has many good features, but also some limitations. Discover the characteristics of … Read more

Brussels opens investigation into Microsoft takeover of Activision Blizzard

Brussels announced Tuesday to open an in-depth investigation into the proposed takeover of the American video game publisher Activision Blizzard by Microsoft, judging that this operation at 69 billion dollars could “significantly reduce» competition in this market. The European Commission expressed particular concern that Microsoft could “lock access to Activision Blizzard video games for consoles … Read more

Microsoft avoids taxes in several countries

According to a study, the American computer giant would transfer its profits to companies domiciled in tax havens, Bermuda or Puerto Rico. In the United Kingdom, Australia or New Zealand: the American computer giant Microsoft avoids, thanks to a complex structure, paying taxes on billions of dollars in countries where it nevertheless holds lucrative public … Read more

Acast-hosted podcasts now ad-free for Amazon Music subscribers

An agreement between the two companies gives Amazon Prime customers and Music customers access to a new catalog of shows, without advertising breaks. Podcasts to listen to without interruption and, above all, without advertising. This is the heart of the agreement, signed on November 3, 2022, between the host Acast and the music streaming platform … Read more

Amazon Prime Video: the novelties of November 2022 unveiled

Now that the first season of the series The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power has ended, the attractiveness ofAmazon Prime Video going to take a hit, which confirms to us the program of additions for the month of November, which will certainly offer interesting content, but which for the most part has … Read more

Life insurance still skates in September

Life insurance contracts recorded net inflows of 0.5 billion euros in September, three times less than in the same month last year, according to figures released on Friday by France Assureurs. It is however a little better than the month of August 2022, when life insurance had recorded a net outflow: the amounts disbursed had … Read more

Amazon’s pessimism shocks its shareholders

The group’s forecasts for the fourth quarter, its strongest period due to end-of-year holiday purchases, disappointed shareholders. Washington The return to profits for Amazon does not at all reassure Wall Street, which has also been traumatized by a series of disappointing quarterly results for the biggest names in technology, from Microsoft to Google, via Meta … Read more

The “no” of local authorities to Microsoft

By Elsa Bembaron Posted on 10/12/2022 at 6:37 p.m., Update on 10/13/2022 at 11:12 The increase in prices of more than 20% on Microsoft’s office suite and the consequences of the American Cloud Act are encouraging local authorities to look for French alternatives. Andrii Synenkyi/Angelov/Adobe Stock After Lyon, it’s Haute-Garonne’s turn to look for alternatives … Read more

Elon Musk wants to lay off three-quarters of Twitter employees

The boss of Tesla and SpaceX has told potential investors that he intends to reduce the company – which he is about to buy – to some 2,000 employees, according to the washington post. Elon Musk has planned to lay off almost 75% of Twitter’s 7,500 employees if he succeeds in buying the social network, … Read more