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It's a feature many of us would welcome on our smartphones: A tech company can only track your movement across the web for advertising purposes if you give your consent.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump will embark on a heavier fundraising schedule in coming weeks as his re-election campaign faces a possible cash crunch that has forced it to pull back television advertising in some crucial states.
Apple Inc chief executive officer Tim Cook and his top deputies are focusing greater attention on developing a new generation of leaders to eventually run some of the iPhone maker’s most important divisions such as hardware development, services and marketing.
Google said it will block some autocomplete search suggestions to stop misinformation spreading online during the US presidential election in November.
Two years after agreeing to a self-regulatory code of practice to tackle disinformation, Facebook, Alphabet's Google, Twitter and other tech rivals must try harder to be more effective, the European Commission said on Sept 10.
STAR Media Group’s chief photographer K.T. Goh never shies away from covering major assignments as he sees them as an opportunity to learn new things.
TikTok, the app with an uncertain future owned by China’s ByteDance Ltd, has been building a vocal contingent of young supporters in the United States.
A growing number of Twitter users – many of them with very few followers of their own – have glommed onto an inventive way to harness the power of tweets that go viral to make a few bucks for themselves.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Following is a list of players who have been defaulted from a tour-level match for on-field misconduct: