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The Five Eyes group of nations collects and shares intelligence among the UK, US, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia, using each one’s strategic locations to monitor the rest of the world’s communication
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Apple's strict stance on protecting user privacy solidifies their reputation – especially during in an era when data privacy issues have become humongous concerns
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.
Silicon Valley might become this generation's Detroit if it can't reverse its moral decline, writes a pair of US professors
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
The draft law is resisted by major US tech giants as well as advocates of internet freedom, with some campaigners warning it could even spell the end of viral 'memes' or jokes.
Tech didn't spot Russian interference during the last election. Now it's asking law enforcement for help.
Tech companies say they need help from law enforcement because the private sector is not always aware of threats picked up on by intelligence agencies
Intel's policy on non-fraternization bars managers from having romantic relationships with direct or indirect subordinates, says one source
Its retail stores, offices, data centers and co-located facilities in 43 countries operate now with renewable energy, says the tech giant
The retail giant s profits grow compared to 482 M year over year but misses revenue expectations
Google parent Alphabet Netflix Airbnb and Twitter are among those looking to legally challenge the US president s immigration ban says one source
LeEco referred to as a combination of Netflix Apple Amazon and Tesla announces it is taking on US tech titans on their home turf
Filipinos working in the Twitter HQ in Silicon Valley say honing your skills and growing your contacts will get you to your goals