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US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin decided to pull out of negotiations on digital services taxes with European Union officials after they failed to make any progress, US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said on June 17.
India’s antitrust watchdog is reviewing Facebook Inc’s purchase of a 10% stake in Reliance Industries Ltd’s digital assets, a deal that would give the US giant another foothold in one of the world’s fastest growing internet markets.
In a massively popular clip on the video-sharing app TikTok, police snipers atop a Minneapolis police station point their guns at Black Lives Matter protesters. Demonstrators fight tear gas, sirens blare and helicopters fly overhead. The footage is set to This Is America, Donald Glover's anthem about race and gun violence.
Facebook Inc’s WhatsApp messenger launched a payments feature in Brazil, the app’s second-biggest market with more than 120 million users.
For those jailed before smartphones arrived, tablets offer a glimpse of hi-tech life outside.
Google said on June 14 it would explore why the picture of Britain’s World War II leader Winston Churchill disappeared from a top search results list of former UK prime ministers, during controversy over his record on racism.
Japan's Honda Motor Co has resumed production at automobile and motorcycle plants in the United States and other countries after they were hit by a suspected cyber attack this week.
Sony's PlayStation division has rescheduled a big PlayStation 5 games preview event for June 11, with the Guerilla Collective showcase now taking place June 13-15 and the Steam Summer Games Fest landing June 16-22.
At least a dozen bogus “contact tracing” apps designed to look like official software to track coronavirus infections have been deployed globally to spread malware and steal user data, security researchers said on June 10.
US authorities are investigating a vast hacking-for-hire operation that involves attempts to pilfer confidential communications from investigative journalists, short sellers and advocacy groups fighting climate change, according to law enforcement officials, court documents and cybersecurity officials who have tracked the scheme for years.