Russian President Vladimir Putin signs off on the legislation against the advice of human rights activists, who warned the laws amounted to censorship and would be abused to crack down on freedom of speech
(UPDATED) Lyft's launch is the first of what is expected to be a wave of IPOs from venture-backed startups worth more than $1 billion, known in Silicon Valley as 'unicorns'
'Far Cry New Dawn' feels familiar in both good and bad ways
With rumors of announcements for new consoles and services, gamers may want to tune into the conference this year
Converge has 400,000 tests, Ookla says, but that isn't enough for them to qualify in the company's Speedtest Awards
Mia Garlick from Facebook New Zealand says the firm is 'working around the clock to remove violating content using a combination of technology and people'
Cut the time it takes to prepare your tax returns this April with apps that automate the process
The incident has once again called into question major social media platforms’ ability to police harmful content
Musk says, it has 'the functionality of an SUV but it will ride like a sports car' accelerating from stand-still to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds
The company also pleads not guilty to other charges including bank fraud, wire fraud, and conspiracy to defraud the US
'We have prepared our own operating system. Should it ever happen that we can no longer use these systems, we would be prepared,' says Huawei executive Richard Yu
Cox makes his announcement in on his Facebook page, saying he was leaving 'with great sadness' after 13 years.
The outage was believed to be the worst ever for the internet giant that reaches an estimated 2.7 billion people with its core social network, Instagram and messaging applications
Gujarat is the only Indian state to ban the game – which has been downloaded more than 100 million times around the world
The slightly pricier A50 variant comes in at P17,990
Tune users can lower the number of toxic comments seen on some 'popular platforms, including YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, and Disqus'
US General Curtis Scaparrotti, NATO's Supreme Allied Commander in Europe, says that they're not going to communicate with Berlin if Huawei is inside their defense communications
A grand jury in New York is looking to get testimonies or evidence from at least 2 major smartphone makers regarding data sharing practices with Facebook
A Facebook tweet says: 'We're aware that some people are currently having trouble accessing the Facebook family of apps. We're working to resolve the issue as soon as possible.'
A recent patent for a game controller hints that Google is also expected to unveil a device to go with the service
The current 30 MB data allocation doubles the 15MB limit which began in 2017
The job cuts announced Wednesday, March 13, come on top of an existing restructuring program slashing 21,000 positions worldwide
Take a glimpse at how PLDT and its heads are approaching the US-Huawei situation
In many ways, the trajectory of Mark Karpeles mirrors the volatile rise and fall of the bitcoin currency itself
(UPDATED) Google says the issues with attaching or accessing Gmail attachments and sending emails and uploading and downloading files on Drive have been resolved
The suspects trade drugs through the encrypted messaging app Telegram
eSports may not need the Olympics as several big brands across the globe are jumping on to the hype
The study, released last Friday, March 8, seeks to determine what female viewers were looking for aside from lesbian porn
Senator Elizabeth Warren takes tech giant Facebook to task for its 'ability to shut down a debate over whether FB has too much power'
Our thoughts on Huawei's transforming device after our brief time with it
The lawsuit against Gleb Sluchevsky and Andrey Gorbachov says they hatched a scheme affecting some 63,000 Facebook users' browsers
'No one is suggesting cutting the internet or limiting the opportunity to work on the World Wide Web,' Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov says
TNC is now a 2-time WESG champ having won the inaugural tournament as well in 2016
The mass protest in Moscow comes after the Russian lower house of parliament backed a bill preventing Russian internet traffic from being routed on foreign servers
Francisca Reyes-Aquino is widely considered as the mother of Philippine folk dance
The deal 'accelerates our work to build an end-to-end travel platform that serves everyone,' says a statement from Airbnb
The company responds to pressure in recent weeks to tackle the problem, amid outbreaks of measles
Wang Yi's remarks come as the US presses charges against Huawei and a top executive over violations of Iran sanctions
US President Donald Trump thanks 'Tim Apple' for the tech giant's investments and job creations
The files show a wealth of information linked to online accounts, including GPS locations, file transfers, and chat logs
Comparitech checks the personal websites of over 7,500 politicians in 37 countries to see if they were using HTTPS to secure their sites
Globe says it 'continues to improve customers’ overall quality of experience and not just speed'
There is a growing demand for socially responsible approaches to digital design and user experience
Microsoft researchers say the attackers stole secrets and wiped data from networks after targeting thousands of people at some 200 companies over the past two years
Zuckerberg's announcement is a strategic shift for Facebook as it seeks to navigate a drawn-out crisis over privacy and data protection
The US Congress has repeatedly failed to produce any evidence to support its restrictions on Huawei products, says Huawei's rotating chairman Guo Ping
The crowdshipping app connects users to transporters who are already heading towards the drop-off location of their package.