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The latest Legend of Zelda is Nintendo's biggest hit of the year, and the console company is working on a franchise entry made especially for mobile phones, according to a new report.
Apple Inc has a new China growth driver: animated dragons and warring royals.
Uber goes before a US judge to fight for the right to continue work on its self-driving car programme, the latest phase in a courtroom battle over trade secrets that threatens to topple a central pillar of Uber's growth strategy.
A federal appeals court on May 1 declined to rehear a challenge to the Obama administration's landmark "net neutrality" rules requiring internet providers to guarantee equal access to all websites.
The head of the Federal Communications Commission on April 27 released a 58-page draft plan to reverse the landmark 2015 "net neutrality" order.
The head of Uber Technologies Inc's self-driving vehicles unit will step aside from some of his duties until a lawsuit against Uber in which he is accused of stealing trade secrets is resolved.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said the top US telecommunications regulator would launch a "comprehensive review" of media regulations and overhaul rules that restrict consolidation among media companies, potentially opening the door to a wave of deals among broadcasters and newspapers.
Lyft Inc drivers accused Uber Technologies Inc of illegally tracking their whereabouts using spyware code-named Hell to gain a competitive edge in the ride-hailing market.
The world’s biggest smartphone maker Samsung Electronics added more than US$1bil (RM4.40bil) to its market capitalisation on April 21 as investors cheered positive reaction to its new Galaxy S8 and the device went on sale over the counter.
The US order prohibiting passengers from carrying laptops and other electronics into the cabins of some overseas flights is raising concerns about a risk unrelated to terror: the potential for those devices’ lithium-based batteries to catch fire in the baggage hold.