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2 months agoAntitrust Enforcers Signal Discord Over Probes of Big Tech
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2 months agoDisney Chief Executive Robert Iger resigns from Apple's board -- Iger, who has led Disney as CEO since 2005, joined Apple's board in 2012 and was serving as the nominating-committee chair and on the compensation committee.
2 months agoHouse Committee requests tech executives' emails in antitrust probe -- Dozens of executives, including Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg, named in requests for emails and executive communications.
2 months agoHackers Use Spyware to Track SIM Cards
2 months agoWashington, Silicon Valley Struggle to Unify on Protecting Elections
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2 months agoGoogle Subpoenaed for Details on Its Ad Business
2 months agoGovernment to Google: Let Employees Speak Out -- While Google executives have bragged about open debate in their workplace, employees have complained of retaliation for raising concerns about equality and freedom of speech.
2 months agoData Breaches Elicit Calls for More Transparency
2 months agoGoogle pays more than $1 billion to settle French tax cases -- France has started levying a new tax against large companies with significant digital revenue in the country, retroactive to the start of 2019.
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2 months agoOracle Co-CEO Mark Hurd Taking Medical Leave
2 months agoAt more diverse Apple event this year some minorities still left out -- While more women and people of colour took the stage, critics shine light on glaring omission: ' . . . sadly, no African Americans speaking — some in the ads.'
2 months agoApple undercuts rivals with streaming price -- Apple set monthly prices for its TV+ video-streaming service and Arcade videogame-streaming service at $4.99 (U.S.), largely undercutting rivals.
2 months agoSmart cities will require smarter cybersecurity -- Deploying these technologies comes at a cost, however, in that the number of connections also gives hackers more opportunities to break into city systems.
2 months agoActivist Wants AT&T to Be More Like Verizon
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2 months agoThe government vs. Big Tech: Arguments each side could make -- Federal antitrust laws are broadly written, giving the government flexibility to apply them to new forms of monopolistic conduct as the economic landscape evolves.
2 months agoCompanies explore encryption that withstands quantum computing -- A few organizations holding particularly sensitive data are looking for ways to protect their information from hackers.
2 months agoApple bets more cameras can keep iPhone humming -- Sources say Apple plans to reveal a trio of new iPhones with additional rear cameras and enhanced capabilities for low-light photos on Tuesday.
2 months agoStates to launch Google, Facebook antitrust probes -- The antitrust probes put added pressure on the tech giants, which are already under federal scrutiny.
2 months agoDemocratic senators question Facebook on hidden gun sales -- In a letter to Mark Zuckerberg, 15 senators—including three 2020 presidential candidates—asked for information about the company's knowledge of, and efforts at policing, the sale of guns on Marketplace.
2 months agoSlack Intensifies War of Words With Microsoft
2 months agoStruggling media could get lift from Competition Bureau digital scrutiny -- Examination of possible anti-competitive practices by digital giants like Facebook and Google could offer a reprieve to the traditional media they 'decimated,' but industry watchers say the step feels years behind other world powers
2 months agoCompetition watchdog ramps up scrutiny of digital giants -- Competition Bureau urges businesses to provide them with anti-competitive reports which they say may lead to enforcement against online behemoths such as Facebook and Google
2 months agoGerman Probe of Facebook Highlights Data Risks
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2 months agoSamsung launches smartphone meant to make blockchain friendlier -- The phone will feature the same hardware and packaging as the two sizes of the Galaxy Note 10, and is expected to be sold at similar prices, which start at around $1000.
2 months agoSlack Shares Plunge Despite Raising Full-Year Outlook
2 months agoTwitter Disables Texting Feature Amid Hacks
2 months agoYouTube to Pay Fine, Adjust Site Over Children's Privacy
2 months agoFacebook Lays Out Challenges of Letting Users Take Their Own Data
2 months agoAs Dorian Strikes, WhatsApp Connects Family Across Distance
2 months agoCompanies Use Cyber Ranges to Practice Security Skills
2 months agoHuawei accuses the U.S. of cyberattacks and threats to its staff -- Huawei detailed numerous allegations against the U.S. on Tuesday, in which it also denied stealing smartphone-camera tech from multimedia producer Rui Oliveira.
2 months agoStreaming services draw new subscribers with old-time rock 'n' roll -- Older music is the biggest growth area in music streaming, according to Nielsen.
2 months agoTrade-secrets case seen as warning to Silicon Valley -- Experts say they can't think of another example in which FBI pursued a criminal case against a U.S. tech employee accused of taking proprietary material to a new job.
2 months agoYearslong tax dispute could cost big tech companies billions -- A long-running tax dispute is creating hefty expenses for big U.S. tech companies like Facebook and Alphabet.
2 months agoNo Relief for Big Tech Under New EU Leadership
2 months agoFounders of successful tech companies are mostly middle-aged, study finds -- Researchers looked at startups established between 2007 and 2014 and analyzed the top 0.1 per cent — defined as those with the fastest growth in employment and sales. They found that the average age of the companies' founders was 45.
2 months agoGoogle researchers uncover 2-year iPhone hack tied to malicious websites -- In a deep-dive blog post published late last week, Ian Beer, a security expert on Google's Project Zero, detailed how hackers had been using malicious websites to exploit an iPhone software vulnerability.
2 months agoThe next hot job: Pretending to be a robot -- Postmates, which received a permit to operate its Serve delivery robot and is already testing it for food delivery, employs a growing team of 'pilots' to oversee food ferries.
2 months agoCEO Jack Dorsey's Twitter Account Was Hacked, Company Says
2 months agoFraudsters used AI to mimic CEO's voice in unusual cybercrime case -- The CEO of a U.K.-based energy firm thought he was speaking on the phone with his boss who asked him to send the funds to a Hungarian supplier.
2 months agoTesla Raises Price of Model 3 in China Ahead of Tariff Jump
2 months agoUber, Lyft, DoorDash Threaten Ballot Fight Over California Gig-Worker Law
2 months agoSenators Want Answers on Listings for Unsafe Amazon Merchandise
2 months agoDell Reports Record Revenue in PC Division
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2 months agoAcademics and Experts See Esport Potential for Cybersecurity
2 months agoThe First Female Space Tourist on What We Can Do in Orbit
2 months agoYouTube puts original series in front of paywall as streaming competition heats up -- The Google-owned company says it's lifting the paywall on upcoming seasons of marquee programs after they were previously only available through its ad-free subscription service called YouTube Premium.
2 months agoBox's Revenue Growth Slows
2 months agoApple tightens privacy rules on Siri recordings after backlash -- 'We realize we haven't been fully living up to our high ideals, and for that we apologize,' Apple wrote Wednesday in a blog post.
2 months agoHackers Escalate IRS Impersonation Scams
2 months agoAmazon holds talks with Indonesian ride-hailing startup Gojek -- The companies have discussed an arrangement by which Amazon would make a sizable investment in Gojek and tap into the Jakarta-based company's delivery infrastructure.
2 months agoFormer Google Engineer Charged With Stealing Trade Secrets
2 months agoPeloton to Pursue Nasdaq Listing, Dual-Class Stock Structure in IPO
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2 months agoGoogle Warns Against Blocking 'Cookies' Entirely, Triggering Criticism
2 months agoGlobalfoundries Launches Legal Battle Against Taiwan Semiconductor, Also Targets Manufacturers
2 months agoGlassdoor's Operating Chief to Become Its Next CEO
2 months agoAT&T Telecom Chief John Donovan to Retire
2 months agoHow to haggle with your hacker -- Hackers were demanding about $10,000 in bitcoin to decrypt the municipality's data—a hefty sum for a district with a population of about 1,350.
2 months agoCities Are Saying 'No' to 5G, Citing Health, Aesthetics---and FCC Bullying
2 months agoGoogle Curbs Political Debate by Employees
2 months agoU.S. Appeals Court Freezes Antitrust Ruling Against Qualcomm
2 months agoAmazon deal opens door to bigger footprint in India -- The retail giant is acquiring a small stake in Future, one of India's largest retailers, in a deal that gives it an option to take a much larger stake after three years.
2 months agoAmazon has ceded control of its site. The result: thousands of banned, unsafe or mislabeled products -- A Wall Street Journal probe finds 4,152 items for sale on Amazon.com have been declared unsafe by federal agencies, are deceptively labeled or are banned by federal regulators.
2 months agoAttention Amazon Shoppers: How to Safety-Proof Your Order
2 months agoHuawei launches A.I. chip in push to unseat U.S. makers -- Huawei on Friday revealed details of the chip, the Ascend 910, designed to crunch the massive amounts of data used to build A.I. algorithms, and said it is available immediately.
2 months agoHP CEO Dion Weisler Stepping Down
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2 months agoNew York Officials Plan for Cyber Defenses Around 5G
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2 months agoBrace yourself for robocall's evil twin: Robotext -- Robotexts are similar to robocalls in that spammers use them to trick you into sharing your personal information.
2 months agoHuawei finance chief argues Canada abused her rights -- Allegations contained in hundreds of pages of documents and videos showing the arrest last year of Huawei's finance chief, Meng Wanzhou
2 months agoGun Sellers Are Sneaking Onto Facebook's Secondhand Marketplace
2 months agoFacebook to let users control their data from other companies -- The initiative was one of several announced by Facebook, including others designed to improve how news gets presented on the platform as well as how it guards against political bias.
2 months agoThere's Life After Death Online
2 months agoQualcomm, LG Reach New Patent-Licensing Deal
2 months agoU.S. Cities Rethink Data Relationship With Residents
2 months agoTwitter, Facebook Act Against Disinformation on Hong Kong Protests
3 months agoTesla to lease solar panels to homeowners -- Rentals are available in six states: Arizona, California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New Mexico. They start at $50 a month in each of those states except California, where they start at $65 a month.
2 months agoNorsk Hydro Tests AI in Cyber Defenses After Attack
2 months agoSilicon Valley looks north as tech giants expand in Toronto -- Technology companies are hiring more workers in Toronto, attracted by the region's diverse population of 6.4 million, a deep pool of skilled labour and cultural similarities to major U.S. cities such as San Francisco, New York and Chicago.
3 months agoSilicon Valley looks north as tech giants expand in Toronto -- Amazon.com and Google are hiring thousands of engineers in Vancouver and Toronto, and homegrown success stories such as Shopify Inc. are taking off.
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2 months agoDelta Sues Chatbot Provider Over 2017 Breach
3 months agoNvidia's Earnings Show Signs of Recovery
3 months agoAccused Capital One hacker stole data from more than 30 other targets, officials say -- Capital One originally said it had tens of millions of credit card applications stolen, including one million Canadian social insurance numbers.
3 months agoHackers Subvert Security Checks Like the Browser Padlock
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3 months agoHuawei technicians helped African governments spy on political opponents -- Huawei Technologies Co., the world's largest telecommunications company, dominates African markets, where it has sold security tools that governments use for digital surveillance and censorship.
3 months agoCisco's Outlook Dampened by China Slowdown, Trade Dispute
3 months agoHow Huawei Employees Helped Governments Spy
3 months agoAI Helps Companies, Cities Fight Ransomware
3 months agoTencent's Profit Rises 35% as New Games Hit Market
3 months agoAI startup boom raises questions of exaggerated tech savvy -- The competing claims reflect a growing challenge in the tech world of assessing a company's proficiency in artificial intelligence.
3 months agoRealReal's Revenue Soars as Its Loss Widens
3 months agoWhat your voice reveals about you -- Increasingly sophisticated technology that detects nuances in sound inaudible to humans is capturing clues about people's likely locations, medical conditions and even physical features.
3 months agoVerizon to Sell Tumblr to WordPress.com Owner
3 months agoHackers Go Pro, Seeking Bounties for Bugs
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3 months agoEU nears decisions in Facebook privacy cases -- Ireland's Data Protection Commission has given Facebook copies of its final investigative reports for some cases, says a spokesman for the regulator.
3 months agoCalifornia fostered America's tech industry. It is becoming a great adversary
3 months agoMicrosoft Aims to Reset Videogame-Streaming Market With 'Ninja' Pact
3 months agoApple Card Review: The Credit Card of the Future Is No Card At All
3 months agoSoftBank's Bid to Build a Solar-Power Empire Founders
3 months ago8chan owner: 'I am not an extremist' -- Jim Watkins this week again defended 8chan's decision to let users post anonymously and with few restrictions.
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3 months agoHuawei unveils Android replacement following U.S. ban -- The new operating system, called HarmonyOS, is intended to run on all of Huawei's consumer gadgets including its hugely popular smartphones, which run Android.
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