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In late May, the advocacy group Common Sense Media held a summit on “digital well-being”. Attendees gathered inside the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California, to debate the long-term effects of apps, services and electronic devices once hailed as revolutionary.
Of the five biggest tech companies in the US, Microsoft is the only one that isn't currently in the crosshairs of US antitrust authorities.
China’s talent is turning away from multinationals and towards domestic tech champions in the search for a more fulfilling career. Change in sentiment comes amid raging US-China tech war and perceptions of ‘bamboo ceiling’ in the West.
Twitter Inc said on June 27 it would identify and de-emphasise tweets that broke its rules but came from important sources such as politicians, in order to strike a balance between free expression and accountability.
Amazon.com and Walmart, the two largest retailers in the United States, are now offering to send delivery people inside your house to safely deposit your packages indoors and your groceries inside your fridge.
The son of a Thai fisherman, Anurak Saruethai never really took to life at sea. But seafood has been good to him.
Uber Technologies Inc’s strategy for Japan, where ride-sharing is banned, is as unique as the country itself – think grandma in running shoes delivering ramen noodles.
A Tennessee family can press its lawsuit against online retailer Amazon over a hoverboard fire that destroyed their home, an appeals court has ruled, saying the company was aware of complaints about the devices catching fire and exploding.