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Digital rights campaigners called on the EU on Sept 21 to tighten export controls on surveillance tools such as facial recognition systems to prevent European technology being used in countries where it could fuel human rights abuses.
Many consumers will ignore brick-and-mortar stores this holiday season in favour of online shopping, a new study finds, and small business may end up left behind.
Digi and TNB’s Allo Technology continue their collaboration to bring their Internet broadband offerings to more homes in Melaka, Perak, and Cyberjaya.
Web giants including Facebook have struck a deal with advertisers on how to identify harmful content such as hate speech, after an impasse over the issue which led to boycotts of the platform.
Silicon Valley’s innovation engine has been slow to produce useful new tools to help firefighters like Dave Winnacker extinguish the deadly blazes that each year fill California’s skies with smoke.
The European Union is weighing legislation that could force Apple Inc to open iPhone payment technology to competitors.
Apple’s App Store is a boon to users, a marvel of software innovation and an exemplar of cutthroat competitiveness. Is it also a standing violation of antitrust law?
Over 854 million smart home devices are expected to be sold worldwide in 2020, according to forecasts by IDC, a total that shows year-over-year growth of 4.1%.
One in four Britons use TikTok every month, with 17 million regulars spending just over an hour a day on the app, signaling the upstart social network has built a local following almost half as large as Facebook Inc’s in just three years.
App makers, developers and startup founders in India are calling for setting up an all-Indian app store to reduce the dependency on global tech giants who have increasingly come under criticism for alleged unfair practices aimed at cornering market share.