Victims report that their login credentials were changed and their avatars were replaced with a film still
Access to the world's biggest gaming market tightens as China enforces stricter regulation
'The Group remains confident in its core PC business, and aims to grow...without compromising on profitability,' Lenovo chairman Yang Yuanqing says
'The most important thing that we can do is we look at the incentives that we’re building into our product. Because they do express a point of view of what we want people to do – and I don't think they are correct anymore,' Dorsey says
Artificial intelligence flags about 52% of all the content Facebook removes in Myanmar before it is reported by users, the company reports
(UPDATED) According to Twitter, Jones' account is not suspended but 'has limited functionality,' as part of an enforcement effort that requires tweets violating Twitter rules to be deleted
Location data may still be collected via Google Maps and search even if a user has turned off a setting labeled 'Location History'
The dispute between the US and Turkey raises questions over the future of their partnership and fans fears of a looming economic crisis in Turkey
By going private, Tesla could operate without requirements for financial reports and other pressures of a publicly traded firm. But it could also lose visibility and limit its ability to raise capital.
Two Philippine teams, Mineski and ArkAngel, are currently in the running
A cultural force, Sony has now sold over 525 million PlayStation consoles since the debut of the original in 1994
(UPDATED) The revelation comes days after Musk's claim in an August 7 Twitter post that financing for a deal to take Tesla private had been 'secured'
The vulnerabilities are a byproduct of Android’s open operating system that allows third-party companies such as device manufacturers and carriers to tweak code, says the report by cybersecurity firm, Kryptowire
Those who want to protect their eyes are advised to avoid staring at their mobile phones or tablets in the dark
Hackers break into Hun Sen's official Facebook page and say the Cambodian People's Party would give away 4 seats to other parties
The social network adds it is working out the range of website links or gun-printing content that will be removed
The much-awaited battle royale title finally steps foot on Android
The Wolfenstein series of games is deemed to have fallen foul of the German criminal code, which bars any depiction of so-called 'anti-constitutional' symbols, including Nazi swastikas
The vulnerability gives a hacker the possibility of intercepting and manipulating messages sent in a group or private conversation as well as a chance to 'create and spread misinformation'
The initial $22 billion investment is part of a total of $161 billion the group plans to invest over the next 3 years across its businesses.
Offering fiber-enabled broadband services in Luzon, Converge announces a 5-year, multi-billion dollar backbone deployment project
China reportedly has ten times more sites supporting 5G communications than the US
Jack Dorsey explains that it is journalists' job to shine the light of truth on unsubstantiated rumors or sensationalized issues
The fact-checking collaboration called Comprova will have access to the newly launched WhatsApp Business API which provides them better communication with their readers
The company asked US banks to share information about customers such as account balances and where purchases were made in order to develop new features on Messenger, the Wall Street Journal reports
Alex Jones, whose site InfoWars has accused victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting of being 'actors' in a plot to discredit the gun lobby, had violated Facebook's hate speech policies, the social network says
The Court of Appeals remands to DOLE the case of installation, repair and maintenance workers, and voids the regularization of janitors, I.T, back office support, sales, and others
Its storage will be expandable up to 1 terabyte, according to the video
TSMC says some of its computer systems and equipment in its Taiwan plants were infected on August 3 during software installation. The incident is expected to cause shipment delays and cut third-quarter revenue by 2%.
Facebook has begun internally testing their dating service with employees. A new 'Create' button, on the other hand, will make it easier to create new events, groups and other pages
If you're considering using your wired headphones with this year's iPhones, you may need to purchase the dongle separately
Google withdrew its search engine from China 8 years ago due to censorship and hacking but it is now working on a project for the country codenamed 'Dragonfly,' according to Google employees
Apple's strict stance on protecting user privacy solidifies their reputation – especially during in an era when data privacy issues have become humongous concerns
The French company is the third-biggest streaming service after Sweden's Spotify and Apple Music
Around $1 billion is coming from Japanese car giant, Toyota
The FBI allegedly found a handbook detailing 'resources' Beijing would grant to individuals providing certain technologies, court documents say
US tech companies make up the top 5 most valuable enterprises based on share prices. Behind Apple are Amazon, Google parent Alphabet, Microsoft, and Facebook.
Starbucks products ordered by mobile apps will be brought to customers by Ele.me, Alibaba's food-delivery unit
Cody Wilson, owner of Defense Distributed, says 3D gun printing defends the U.S. Constitution's first and second amendments – the rights to free speech and to bear arms
Those affected may want to think about whether there is other sensitive information associated with the compromised account, Reddit advises
The Benguet Electric Cooperative (Beneco) will be the first electric cooperative to deliver fast, cheap and reliable Internet service to its 190,000 members
'It will be a dark day for internet freedom if Google has acquiesced to China's extreme censorship rules to gain market access,' says an Amnesty International researcher
Notch cutouts can only be placed on the top or bottom side
These apps were not able to submit themselves to Facebook's new review process in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the company says
Among the tools are a way to limit notifications, and a dashboard that allows users to keep track of how much time they have spent on the platforms
The group says one of its staff received a suspicious WhatsApp message by smartphone, containing a link that – if downloaded – would have installed Pegasus, a sophisticated surveillance tool developed by Israel-based NSO Group
The facility currently houses over a hundred Filipino game developers, and are looking to hire 200 more in the coming years
In the second quarter of 2018, Huawei shipped 54.2 million phones worldwide, second only to Samsung's 71.5 million, and ahead of Apple's 41.3 million, IDC reports
Apple reports that it sold 41.3 million iPhones in the recently ended quarter, just shy of the 42 million figure anticipated by analysts