'I told you so! The European Union just slapped a Five Billion Dollar fine on one of our great companies, Google,' Trump tweets in reaction to the 4.34 billion euro penalty imposed on Google for abusing dominance of the Android operating system
Zuckerberg says during a podcast interview that while Facebook was dedicated to stopping the spread of fake news, certain beliefs that were sincerely held would not be taken down. He eventually backtracks on the remarks.
French Senators and National Assembly deputies reach an agreement late on Wednesday, July 18, on the ban for all 3 tiers of French education (primary, middle and high school), except for educational purposes
The new glass technology will protect mobile devices better from drops and other forms of impact
Fake news propagators know that strong emotions lead to virality. Knowing this, WhatsApp advises, in an ad, that if you 'read something that makes you angry or afraid, ask whether it was shared to make you feel that way'
The social network is targeting bogus posts that may spark violence with a policy change that they're implementing 'during the coming months'
The quad-camera-sporting Huawei Nova 3i launches on July 28 at the starting price of P15,990
(UPDATED) The new sanction nearly doubles the previous record EU anti-trust fine of 2.4 billion euros, which also targeted Google, in that case for the Silicon Valley titan's shopping comparison service in 2017. Google says it will appeal the fine
'Our second quarter sales were above expectations including higher than forecasted EUV sales,' says chief executive Peter Wennink, referring to the company's cutting-edge extreme ultraviolet light lithography machines
New report surfaces, saying Twitter suspended 58 million accounts in the 4th quarter of 2017
The long-awaited call recording feature is coming later this month
In a new documentary by Channel 4 in the UK, former Facebook investor Roger McNamee says it's the extreme, dangerous content that's the most engaging – something he says Facebook stands to profit from
Jeremy Burge, the creator of this annual celebration and founder of emojipedia.org, has said in the past that he chose July 17 because the Apple calendar emoji shows the said date
Egypt, which ranks in the bottom tier of the World Press Freedom Index, is set to ratify a bill that will place social media accounts with more than 5,000 followers under a government committee
The British company joins Uber, the Google-backed Kitty Hawk project, Lilium Aviation in Germany, Safran in France, and Honeywell in the United States in this fast-emerging space
Musk's Tesla has never earned an annual profit. His tweets, the latest of which involves pedophile accusations against a key figure in the rescue of the Thai boys trapped in a cave, are proving to be a big distraction
Membership in the quarter grows 5.2 million to a total of 130 million, matching the same period last year but a million shy of what Netflix forecast, according to a letter that came with the earnings figures
While the Financial Stability Board believes crypto-assets do not yet pose a material risk to global financial stability, it urges major economies to scrutinize cryptocurrencies due to a lack of solid data on their use
Check out what we saw in our tour of Huawei’s Shenzhen headquarters, including a peek inside their campus, said to be over 140 hectares large
Tesla CEO Elon Musk launches a tirade against Vernon Unsworth without providing any justification or explanation, after the cave expert slams his offer of a miniature submarine to extract the footballers from the Tham Luang cave as a 'PR stunt'
'The use of bitcoin allowed the conspirators to avoid direct relationships with traditional financial institutions, allowing them to evade greater scrutiny of their identities and sources of funds,' the indictment reads
The South Korean tech giant claims their equipment is better and safer than that of their rival, China's Huawei Technologies
Instagram wants to put a stop to the Instagram account verification black market where the blue checkmark could reportedly fetch prices of up to $15,000
Got $250,000? Virgin Atlantic, one of the companies paving the way for space tourism, can take you to space for that price
With a population of 1.2 billion, 60% of which are under 24 years old, Africa represents huge growth opportunities for tech companies like Facebook and Google. The majority welcomes them but some also warn of cyber-colonialism
Rapid improvements in face recognition technology prompt Microsoft to call for government regulation to protect people from potential abuse
The men are arrested over the murder of 27-year-old Mohammad Azam, who was attacked along with two friends by a 2,000-strong mob in southern Karnataka state's Bidar district late Friday
The 29-page indictment accuses members of the Russian military intelligence agency known as the GRU of carrying out 'large-scale cyber operations' to steal Clinton campaign and Democratic Party documents and emails
'Journalism's role as the 'gatekeeper' of what is and isn't news has always been controversial, of course. But we're now seeing just how bad things can get when that function breaks down,' says journalism professor John Huxford
The on-demand food delivery app says it has introduced over 100 bike riders to its fleet, which also currently employs about 1,000 motorcycle riders
Apple is pushing for greener processes in China where most of their products are assembled
The protection of user data now is necessary for the internet and its major services to evolve
The company says that the 15-inch model is up to 70% faster, while the 13-inch model is twice as fast.
China's Lenovo and US-based HP are in the top spot, each with a 21.9% share, followed by Dell with 16.8% and Apple with 7.1%
Violeta, a mother of two, explains of her side job writing fake news for websites by saying, 'When one is hungry, one doesn't have the luxury to think about democratic progress'
(UPDATED) 'The contract covering a user account with a social network is transferred to the heirs of the original owner of the account,' judges at the Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe, Germany say
It's a bold step from Oppo, jumping from the budget league to premium territory
Silicon Valley might become this generation's Detroit if it can't reverse its moral decline, writes a pair of US professors
Internal investigations reportedly find that Liane Hornsey, the company's head of human resources, dismissed allegations of racial discrimination
Loon is Alphabet's radical project for global internet connectivity with balloons while Wing focuses on auto drone delivery technology to reduce fossil fuel use and urban congestion
Twitter hopes this change will let users have confidence in the accuracy of legitimate accounts following them
'Now that the foundational technology for these projects is built, Loon and Wing are ready to take their products into the world,' Astro Teller says in a blog post
President Yoweri Museveni justifies the tax move saying many citizens do not pay their taxes as they were meant to, and should not 'donate money to foreign companies through chatting or even lying' on social media
The feature aims to help users determine if their friends or relatives sent them a message they crafted themselves or if they got it from elsewhere, with the hope of fostering habits about thinking before sharing forwarded messages
Grab users will no longer be greeted by the booking screen map with an update that completely overhauls the app’s home screen
The first partners in the program will be US-based Vox Media, Jovem Pan of Brazil and India Today
If potentially hazardous asteroids are found years or decades before a potential collision, then a spacecraft can be used to nudge the asteroid to change its path so that a collision can be avoided, says astronomer
People spend more time with gadgets than with friends and romantic partners nowadays. We need to reclaim the happiness lost to digital activity, says one psychological scientist
In Australia, the social network may face fines of up to US $2.2 billion for the Cambridge Analytica scandal