Ride-hailing firm Grab said it would stop offering car-pooling services during late-night hours in Singapore after drivers complained about some passengers being drunk and argumentative.
Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo has announced the appointment of Al-Ishsal Ishak as the new MCMC chairman.
India's Supreme Court upheld the validity of India's ambitious biometric identity project, 'Aadhaar', saying it benefited the marginalised and poor, but sharply reined in a government push to make it mandatory for various services.
Google came under fire for its new feature that automatically signs in users into their Chrome accounts without any prompting or notification.
The departure of Instagram co-founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger adds to the woes of parent firm Facebook as it tries to repair its image hurt by privacy scandals and curb manipulation and misinformation.
Music streaming services Spotify and Deezer joined European business and industry bodies in calling on EU regulators to take tougher action to curb what they say are the unfair practices of online platforms.
The US administration called Sept 25 for public comments on a “new approach to consumer data privacy” that could trigger fresh regulations of Internet companies.
While he took time off for paternity leave this month, Instagram’s Kevin Systrom had time to reflect on all the small ways Facebook had started to impose its will on the photo-sharing app he co-founded.
Uber Technologies Inc won a legal victory on Sept 25 as a federal appeals court said drivers seeking to be classified as employees rather than independent contractors must arbitrate their claims individually, and not pursue class-action lawsuits.
When Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger sold Instagram to Facebook in 2012, the photo-sharing startup’s fiercely loyal fans worried about what would happen to their beloved app under the social media giant’s wings.
Apple Inc shaved some parts from the display in its largest new iPhone, helping keep costs under control in what has become the priciest component of its phones in recent years, according to a new cost analysis of the device.
Those with issues will have to email or call the MCMC during the downtime.
A US Justice Department "listening session" with state attorneys general on Sept 25 focused on protecting consumer privacy when big tech companies amass vast troves of data, but came to no immediate conclusions, three participants said after the meeting.
Alphabet Inc’s Google, Facebook Inc, Twitter Inc and other tech and advertising companies have committed to implementing new measures and investing in new technologies to fight the spread of hoax news online in Europe, according to a draft of the agreement.
Leading Internet search engine Google will acknowledge that it has made "mistakes" on privacy issues in testimony an executive of the Alphabet Inc unit will deliver to a US Senate committee on Sept 26, according to a document reviewed by Reuters.
Qualcomm Inc accused Apple Inc of stealing its chip-making secrets and giving them to rival Intel Corp, paving the way for Apple to switch to Intel's improved semiconductors, which may have cost Qualcomm billions of dollars in lost sales.
Facebook's WhatsApp is working closely with Reliance Jio to spread awareness of false messages, weeks after the Indian telecoms operator opened up the messaging service to tens of millions of customers using its cheap Internet-enabled phone.
The “gig” economy might not be the new frontier for America’s workforce after all.
People’s reliance on technology and social media has led to a rise in cyberbullying, doxxing and stalking. It is increasingly common among children and teens. A psychologist and parent offer their takes on the phenomenon.
A race by US tech companies to build a new generation of powerful “quantum computers” could get a US$1.3bil (RM5.37bil) boost from Congress, fuelled in part by lawmakers’ fear of growing competition from China.