Facebook Inc was sued by four potential competitors who accuse it of anticompetitive behavior and who asked a judge to order Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg to give up control of the social media behemoth.
Hon Hai Precision Industry Co, the main assembler of Apple Inc’s iPhones, will establish a joint venture with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV to develop and make electric vehicles in China.
Toshiba has said it needs a partner to adopt the algorithm for real-world use, and financial firms have taken notice as they grapple for an edge in markets increasingly dominated by machines.
Xiaomi has made Poco an independent brand. Xiaomi said in a press statement that Poco, which started as a sub-brand of the company in 2018 will now run independently with its own team.
Thomson TV has announced that it will make the official Android software for its TVs in India after it acquired the license from Google.
Alphabet Inc hit a milestone on Thursday, as a rally in the stock took it above a $1 trillion valuation for the first time, solidifying the dominance of technology and internet stocks as the biggest titans of Wall Street. Alphabet’s move above the level is just the latest step higher for the Google parent company.
WhatsApp will not be getting advertisements as Facebook appears to have backed away from the controversial decision. WhatsApp was supposed to get ads in the Status feature, according to earlier reports.
The employees brought to Apple in the Xnor.ai deal will likely be based in the company’s Seattle offices, which house hundreds of engineers working on AI.
Spotify released curated playlists for pets after it found in a survey that one in four pet-owners play music for their pets to listen to for company when they are away from home.
Merkel's right-left government, under pressure from the United States to bar Huawei, wants to toughen up technical certification and scrutiny of telecoms equipment suppliers, without excluding any specific country or vendor.
On Tuesday, President Donald Trump lashed out at Apple in a tweet for refusing to unlock phones in criminal investigations while the company benefited from the federal government's help on trade issues.
TikTok was breakout social app of 2019 in the Indian market, while PUBG Mobile saw the highest consumer spend in games in the country, showed data from AppAnnie's annual report.
Google has removed 17 apps from the Play Store discovered as Riskware by security company Bitdefender. The apps with total downloads of over 550,000, dodged Google's vetting system, thanks to malicious tactics.
Amazon faces a lawsuit brought by a man who claims someone took control of a Ring video camera installed on his garage and spoke to his children, one among a set of similar incidents.
Microsoft is mostly targeting enterprise users of Windows and macOS with the new Microsoft Edge Chromium browser. The company, however, says that everyone can download and install the new Edge browser on their personal computers as well.
The FBI is pressing Apple Inc to help it break into a terrorist’s iPhones, but the government can hack into the devices without the technology giant, according to experts in cybersecurity and digital forensics.
As Twitter’s head of legal and policy issues, Gadde has one of the most difficult jobs in technology: Her teams write and enforce the rules for hundreds of millions of internet users.
Microsoft has released a security patch for a serious security flaw affecting Windows 10 operating system. The vulnerability was found in CryptoAPI, which is around two decades old Windows cryptographic component that validates ECC certificates.
At least ten Android apps including dating apps like Grindr, OkCupid and Tinder are transmitting user data to third parties without consent, Norwegian Consumer Council has revealed in a report. We take a look in detail everything to know.
Amazon will invest $1 billion in digitising small- and medium-businesses in India and expects to export $10 billion worth of India-made goods by 2025, its founder Jeff Bezos said on Wednesday.