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The number of people who log into WeChat via a computer increased almost 10 times over a three year period.
US securities regulators shot down attempts by Amazon.com Inc to stop its investors from considering two shareholder proposals about the company's controversial sale of a facial recognition service, a sign of growing scrutiny of the technology.
The US Supreme Court on March 20 put in jeopardy an US$8.5mil settlement Google made with users to resolve a class action lawsuit accusing it of violating their privacy by sharing users' search queries with other websites.
So, did Amazon shortchange New York City, or was it the other way around?
Facebook Inc might have one reason to be thankful for Brexit.
It’s been a complicated few weeks for Amazon, what with its abrupt pullout from a massive New York City development and extortion claims related to intimate selfies taken by its founder Jeff Bezos.
India’s government dealt retail giants Amazon.com and Walmart a devastating blow this year with new policies undermining their growth plans. Now US social media pioneers Facebook and Twitter are in danger of suffering similar setbacks in what is perhaps the world’s most important emerging technology market.
With its CEO engulfed in personal drama, Amazon is carrying on as usual.
If Amazon.com Inc boss Jeff Bezos really wants his company’s movie production division to create a blockbuster hit, he might want to let them focus on his own life.
The British government launched a phone app Jan 21 to allow some 3.5 million EU nationals to apply to stay after Brexit – immediately receiving a mixed reception from immigrants increasingly concerned about their fate.