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(Reuters) -Netflix Inc said it would make a deeper dive into video games as the movie and TV streaming service projected weak subscriber growth amid growing competition and the lifting of pandemic restrictions that had kept people at home.
China travel blogger’s social media deleted, police investigate after ‘disrespectful’ pictures at veteran soldier’s cemetery
The pictures attracted widespread criticism after another blogger denounced them on Weibo. Soldiers buried at the cemetery include some who died in clashes during last year’s border dispute between China and India.
Around 100,000 people have been relocated from Zhengzhou, the world’s biggest production base for iPhones, following widespread floods that caused at least 12 deaths.
Chinese Internet regulators slapped fines on technology firms including Tencent Holdings Ltd and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd for spreading sexually suggestive content involving children.
BENGALURU (Reuters) - Indian outsourcing giant Infosys Ltd told employees last week they could resume work from offices, according to a memo seen by Reuters that offers an early sign of the country's $190 billion technology services sector moving to get back on track.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A 22-year-old British citizen was arrested in Spain on Wednesday in connection with a July 2020 Twitter hack which compromised the accounts of high-profile politicians and celebrities, the U.S. Justice Department said on Wednesday.
The battle for likes is still raging on Instagram. And with a growing number of influencers out there, the market is more competitive than ever.
MADRID (Reuters) - A 22-year-old Briton arrested in Spain in connection with a Twitter hack which compromised the accounts of several U.S. politicians in 2020 is due to appear by video call in the Spanish high court on Thursday, a judicial source told Reuters.
(Reuters) - An unprecedented number of people falsifying identities to claim U.S. jobless benefits during the pandemic sparked a surge in government spending to curtail the fraud, creating a fierce new battle in the identification business.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House has YouTube, not just Facebook, on its list of social media platforms officials say are responsible for an alarming spread of misinformation about COVID vaccines and are not doing enough to stop it, sources familiar with the administration's thinking said.