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Such ‘doge’: Chinese tech giants Tencent and ByteDance race to secure trademark for their own versions of popular emoji
Trademark tussle is the latest contest between two Internet giants that increasingly clash in the fight for the attention of Chinese mobile phone users. The images the companies are trying to trademark are slightly different, but the applications could be challenged after the examination stage is finished.
Austrian online privacy activist Max Schrems has taken on a new battle: taking Google to task for the “illegal” tracking code on its Android mobile phones.
(Reuters) -Facebook Inc said on Wednesday it is making changes to its advertising tools to comply with an upcoming privacy update by Apple Inc, limiting the effectiveness of data collection features used by advertisers.
The US Justice Department is taking new aim at ransomware after a year that officials say was the costliest on record for the crippling cyberattacks.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Biden administration wants to spend $174 billion to boost electric vehicles and charging stations but its 2030 climate emissions reduction pledge released on Thursday does not include a firm date to phase out gasoline-powered vehicles.
The Nintendo Indie World Showcase is a cure for those tired of the same formulaic shooter.
Anti-vaccine campaigners once confined to relatively obscure groups have exploited the coronavirus pandemic to reach a wider audience online, feeding on public fears to sow doubt about the drugs now available.
China’s government has expanded its antitrust crackdown beyond Jack Ma’s technology empire, launching an investigation into suspected monopolistic practices by food-delivery behemoth Meituan.
The latest iOS update introduces a very useful feature to help users prevent their activity from being tracked in order to combat the onslaught of targeted ads. From now on, each app will have to ask permission from its users in order to continue “tracking” them.
Executives from Facebook Inc, Twitter Inc and Alphabet Inc’s YouTube were pressed by lawmakers on April 27 on how user content is shared and highlighted on their platforms through algorithms that one senator said can be misused, “driving us into poisonous echo chambers”.