Our selection of technological objects to watch over seniors

Falls, poor hydration, lack of activity… Technology offers us effective means of looking after our elders without invading them. The Orpea scandal has revived concerns. Should we risk abandoning our parents to the organized abuse of places of death at prohibitive prices? The answer is obviously no. But what to do with the loss of … Read more

Elon Musk accused by Twitter shareholders of ‘manipulating the market’

The plaintiffs accuse the boss of Tesla of having delayed the moment when he revealed that he had taken a stake in Twitter, a legal obligation beyond certain thresholds. Twitter shareholders have filed a complaint against Elon Musk, whom they accuse of manipulating the market to save money in his takeover of the social network. … Read more

In the United States, Republicans block a law on domestic terrorism

The Republican opposition in the Senate on Thursday blocked a law to fight domestic terrorism, ten days after a racist massacre and while America mourns the children killed in a school in Texas, two massacres which have brought to light the paralysis of Congress. Read alsoAfter Zelensky’s appeal to Congress, Joe Biden steps up aid … Read more

London investigates Google for abuse of dominant position

The UK Competition Authority (CMA) has opened an investigation into Google’s online advertising practices, raising concerns about a possible abuse of a dominant position that could harm access to information for Britons . This is the second investigation opened by the CMA on Google and its parent company Alphabet after that on a possible illicit … Read more

Iran urges US to abandon Trump’s ‘maximum pressure’ policy

Iran’s prime minister on Thursday called on Joe Biden’s administration to lift economic sanctions against his country and abandon the policy of “maximum pressureof his predecessor Donald Trump, in order to revive the chances of an Iranian nuclear agreement. Read alsoMoscow pressures its Iranian ally in nuclear talks “The most important thing is that economic … Read more

oil inventories fall less than expected

Commercial crude oil reserves in the United States fell less than expected last week, according to figures released on Wednesday by the United States Energy Information Agency (EIA), which also reported a stabilization in American production. During the week ended May 20, black gold inventories fell by a million net barrels, while analysts expected a … Read more

Elon Musk raises direct money to buy Twitter to $33.5 billion

The price of the acquisition, accepted at the end of April, was 44 billion dollars, of which nearly 20 billion come from the personal fortune of Elon Musk. Elon Musk raised to $33.5 billion the amount contributed directly by the entrepreneur and his partners for the takeover of Twitter, further lowering the amount borrowed from … Read more

Elon Musk says he is ‘still committed’ to buying Twitter

The entrepreneur announced earlier to suspend the takeover of the social network, pending details of an audit on the volume of fake accounts. Elon Musk delays. Two hours after he tweeted that “the deal [pour le rachat de Twitter] is temporarily suspended“, the billionaire adds to be”always engagedto acquire the social network. The action of … Read more

Our review of Now and Then on Apple TV+

REVIEW – In Season 1 of this intriguing thriller, a group of college-educated friends are caught up in their past twenty years later. Now and Then is available on Apple TV+ A drunken night of celebration to celebrate a hard-earned college degree. One wants to be a doctor for an NGO, the other a lawyer, … Read more

durable goods orders grew more slowly in april

Durable goods orders rose a little less than expected in April in the United States, driven by civil aeronautics, the sector which recorded the strongest growth, according to data released Wednesday by the Commerce Department. Read alsoIn the United States, publishing must face censorship The total amount of orders amounted to 265.3 billion dollars, up … Read more