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Facebook Inc’s WhatsApp and other messaging services will be investigated by German regulators, who will check how they handle users’ personal information and whether being able to send messages between different providers could boost privacy.
It may be a remote memory, but the workplace party is back for the holidays. While some companies throw up their hands at the thought, others are planning to celebrate like it's 2020 – in virtual worlds.
Apple Inc kicked off its transition away from Intel Corp chips on Nov 10, revealing the first Mac computers with a main processor designed in-house by the iPhone maker.
As Covid-19 restrictions force students to take remote exams, universities around the world are relying on proctoring software like Examplify. But many students are wary of the technology, including mass data collection and bias in facial recognition.
From a tracker that can tell where someone sleeps at night to a device detecting whether they have a mask on or not, India's government is betting on hi-tech solutions to fight Covid-19, despite growing privacy concerns.
Silicon Valley is welcoming the election of Joe Biden as US president even as it girds for a series of battles over tech policy in Washington DC.
When Assassin’s Creed Valhalla debuts on Nov 10, players will step into the shoes of the Viking Eivor, the latest hero in a long line of complex playable protagonists that anchor Ubisoft’s massive video game franchise.
With more than 105,000 cameras, Moscow boasts one of the world's most comprehensive surveillance systems.
A bank in Japan will start selling information on consumers’ spending habits and other aggregated data in a bid to expand beyond the traditional lending business.
Cyberattackers have stolen the personal details of million users of top Indian Internet grocer Bigbasket, the latest e-commerce data breach to emerge as home-bound consumers flock online.