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Europe may have lost the battle to create digital champions capable of taking on US and Chinese companies harvesting personal data, but it can win the war of industrial data, Europe's industry policy chief said on Feb 15.
Apple on Jan 30 said it has finished rolling out an overhauled map app in the United States in another attempt to challenge Google's popular smartphone navigation software.
Facebook said on Jan 28 that a new tool allowing users of the social network to view and delete data it collects from third parties is rolling out to the social network's estimated two billion members.
Facebook will hire 1,000 people in London this year in roles such as product development and safety as it continues to grow its biggest engineering centre outside the United States after Britain leaves the European Union.
The management of a smartphone app used by millions of Australians to get live bushfire updates may be sold as its developer restructures to cut debt, even as it looks to extend the app nationally, the company's CEO said.
Facebook on Dec 19 said it is investigating a report that a database containing names and phone numbers of more than 267 million users was exposed online.
A unit of Ericsson AB pleaded guilty to foreign bribery and the parent company agreed to pay more than US$1bil (RM4.17bil) to resolve a long-running US corruption investigation.
Electronic Arts Inc launched Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order on Nov 15, garnering strong reviews for its flagship action-adventure series that is crucial to its holiday sales, after the videogame publisher shelved NBA Live game.
In a world fractured by political populism and divisive voices on social media, can a videogame build bridges to harmony? The Japanese auteur behind Death Stranding hopes so.
Driverless transport, underground shops, heated bike paths, armed street patrols – this is not the setting for a dystopian novel but it could soon be the city where you live.