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Facebook on April 7 launched an experimental online forum called Hotline, an attempt by the social media giant to keep up with the live audio trend made popular by the likes of Clubhouse.
Facebook usage has held steady in the United States despite a string of controversies about the leading social network, even as younger users tap into rival platforms such as TikTok, a survey showed on April 7.
(Reuters) - Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc said U.S. drivers on their ride-hail platforms were earning significantly more than before the pandemic as trip demand outstrips driver supply, prompting the companies to offer extra incentives.
(Reuters) - Live-streaming service Twitch will ban users for offenses such as hate-group membership or credible threats of mass violence that occur entirely away from the site, in a new approach to moderating the platform, the company said on Wednesday.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Luxury Swiss watchmakers, usually not big fans of online retailing, are launching a new all-digital Watches & Wonders event on Wednesday to display their latest products, hoping to revive sales hit by the coronavirus crisis.
It seems fitting that the Supreme Court would issue its decision in Google v. Oracle, a clash of Silicon Valley software titans, at roughly the same time Warner Media released Godzilla vs. Kong, a clash of CGI titans. I mean, whom do you root for?
Russia on April 7 warned Zoom that it could be completely blocked in the country after local media reported that it had restricted access to government agencies and state-owned companies.
While the hack occurred in 2019, Ada Chung, privacy commissioner for personal data, notes information taken can ‘still be used’ by criminals. More than three million city residents among those whose usernames, email addresses, birth dates and other information were released over the weekend.
A new coalition of small business groups on April 6 launched a campaign for tougher US antitrust enforcement, specifically calling for the breakup of online commerce titan Amazon.
As the world struggles to break the grip of Covid-19, psychologists and misinformation experts are studying why the pandemic spawned so many conspiracy theories, which have led people to eschew masks, social distancing and vaccines.