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US activist shareholders push Amazon on everything from facial recognition to climate change

Amazon is now the No. 1 target of activist shareholders.

Chinese millennials are clicking up a storm buying Asian property online

Ice Chen, a 36-year-old bank manager in Beijing, hasn’t been to Bangkok lately, but she just bought two apartments there.

Google Duplex can now make restaurant reservations in 43 US states

Google's Duplex will now work on Pixel phones across 43 US states with more Android and iOS compatibility rolling out over the next couple weeks.

Facebook grappling with employee anger over moderator conditions

In the wake of the 2016 presidential election, Facebook Inc rushed to expand efforts to police its platforms, trying to keep political misinformation, graphic violence, terrorist propaganda, and revenge porn off the products.

How Amazon scrapped its plans for a New York headquarters

More than a year of work to bring Amazon.com Inc's headquarters and tens of thousands of jobs to New York City ended on Jan 14 with a couple of phone calls.

US judge keeps documents secret in Facebook encryption case

A US judge on Feb 11 rejected a bid by two civil rights groups that had sought to force the release of documents describing a secret US government effort to compel Facebook Inc to decrypt voice conversations between users on its Messenger app.

Netherlands planning ban on using mobile phone while cycling

Using your smartphone while driving has long been a punishable offence in many countries. But what about people who do it while cycling?

Operator of Tonga's Internet cable can't rule out sabotage

A director at the operator of Tonga's undersea Internet cable said Monday he can't rule out sabotage as the reason the cable broke and plunged the Pacific nation into virtual darkness for almost two weeks.

Reboot: Tonga hopes to restore Internet access by weekend

Authorities in Tonga said they're hoping people will be able to visit Facebook and YouTube again by the weekend as experts repair the vital undersea cable that connects the Pacific nation to the rest of the world.

UAE used cyber super-weapon to spy on iPhones of foes

A team of former US government intelligence operatives working for the United Arab Emirates reportedly hacked into the iPhones of activists, diplomats and rival foreign leaders.