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In Cuba, the search for basic goods such as nails or toilet paper can mean queueing for several hours at a store. To avoid the wait, many Cubans are joining WhatsApp and Telegram chat groups that alert them where they can find products or find someone looking to barter goods.
In Google’s infancy, co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin reviled Microsoft as a technological bully that ruthlessly abused its dominance of the personal computer software market to choke off competition that could spawn better products.
The US government’s antitrust assault against Google reveals new details about a secretive, multibillion-dollar deal between the Internet giant and Apple Inc, the world’s largest technology company.
Temperature checks and plexiglass barriers between desks can’t prevent one of the most dangerous workplace behaviors for the spread of Covid-19 – the irresistible desire to mingle.
The European Commission on Oct 19 launched an EU-wide system devised to link national Covid-19 tracing apps together in its latest effort to slow down the coronavirus pandemic.
TikTok rivals like Triller battle for influencers as US ban looms, but some say no other platform compares
Competitors are already taking advantage of TikTok’s impending shutdown to entice its users and creators to switch platforms, the app’s lawyers say. Trump-approved Triller is reportedly dangling equity and official company positions for TikTok stars to tell followers they are switching platforms.
Tyrita Franklin-Corbett knew she was risking her health delivering groceries during the coronavirus pandemic, but she didn’t expect to be laid up by a dog attack.
The UK’s merger watchdog warned Facebook Inc that it could go beyond forcing the tech giant to unwind its purchase of image-hosting platform Giphy Inc if the deal is deemed to be anti-competitive.
As Halloween is only two weeks away, here are scary movies about privacy invasions that serve as cautionary tales about stranger danger on the Internet.
The vast majority of smartphones have some kind of social media app installed, be it Facebook, TikTok, Twitter or a combination of all. And yet these apps are known to spy on our activity while draining the phone's battery. The alternative is something call a 'wrapper'.