Facebook details its push for internet regulation, calling on lawmakers to devise rules around harmful content, a different model for platforms’ legal liability and a “new type of regulator” to oversee enforcement.
Google's 'Station' wifi program, which provides free internet at nearly 400 plus railway stations in India will wind up in 2020. So what happens next, and why was the program shut down, despite being hailed a success?
Analysts say the Coronavirus virus may slash demand for smartphones by half in the first quarter in China, the world's biggest market for the devices.
Vodafone Idea, a joint venture between Britain's Vodafone Group Plc and India's Idea Cellular, is the most vulnerable of the mobile carriers.
Jeff Bezos, Amazon’s chief executive and the world’s richest man, said on Monday that he was committing $10 billion to address the climate crisis in a new initiative he called the Bezos Earth Fund.
Apple also said that demand for its devices in China had been hurt by the outbreak; it closed all 42 of its stores in the country last month and most have yet to reopen.
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Google said it has decided to wind down its 'Station' programme globally through 2020, including in India, given that going online has become much easier and cheaper over the last five years.
Airtel currently offers two free family add-ons including a regular and a data add-on, with its Rs 749 monthly postpaid plan.
Twitter appears to be down in India, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia, and more South East Asian countries with users complaining of tweets not loading.
Twitter said on Saturday that an official Twitter account of the Olympics and the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) media Twitter account had been hacked and temporarily locked.
Nintendo apologized earlier this month when it announced that Switch hardware and accessory shipments to Japan would be constrained by a virus-imposed production shutdown in China.
The decision to cancel a show like Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which attracts more than 100,000 participants from all over the world, wasn’t easy.
The online retail industry is braced for a possible 1 per cent tax on each sale made by sellers on their platforms from April if the proposal is approved by parliament next month.
A former Apple Inc chip executive sued for allegedly betraying the iPhone maker by launching a startup and poaching its employees accused the technology giant of doing the same to him.
Facebook and social media giants including Twitter and Alphabet's Google have come under increasing pressure to better combat governments and political groups using their platforms to spread false and misleading information.
RailTel chairman Puneet Chawla listed examples such as “video walls, WiFi, CCTVs, e-office and computer based signaling used in railway operations” and said the future of technological engagement with railways could include “IoT platforms, big data and artificial intelligence”.
News executives have been calling on Facebook Inc and Google to pay for the rights to host their articles. They argue that their journalism is what’s drawing users to those platforms, while the two tech giants are capturing most of the online ad dollars.
For an event meant to showcase the power of telecoms, cancelling this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona without a back-up plan has perplexed many in the trillion-dollar sector.
Along with this platform, the company also revealed its first-ever range of connected products, all of which will be made available under Miraie.