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France and the United States agreed on Jan 23 on how to press ahead with a global rewrite of cross-border tax rules for the digital era.
Can Google, after pioneering and protecting an apparent invasion of privacy, sell its browser to consumers as a privacy-first service?
Britain's Royal College of Psychiatrists is urging that mammoth tech companies like Facebook and Twitter turn over research about possible dangers caused to young people by excessive social media use.
On Jan 17, Patrick Spence, chief executive officer of the pioneering digital speaker maker Sonos, will testify in front of the House antitrust subcommittee, which is seven months into an examination of competition in digital markets. A week after suing Google for infringing on five of its patents, Sonos will presumably make the case that both Google and Amazon, which sell rival speakers powered by their voice-activated assistants, competed unfairly.
IT will be sheer lunacy if the tensions in the Middle East were to escalate to an extent that the United States and Iran embark on a full-scale war that nobody wants.
Technology companies transformed smartphones and televisions into continuous fountains of revenue. Now, big tech wants to work with automakers to do the same thing for your car.
Facebook Inc’s new policy to address "deepfake” videos came under fire from some lawmakers and disinformation experts who say it fails to address other kinds of online manipulation.
America's largest consumer electronics show on Jan 7 hosted Ivanka Trump as a keynote speaker – a choice that drew scorn from many women in technology.
Perhaps policymakers and commentators should set a resolution for 2020 and beyond: to 'technopanic' a little less.
Are the sunny days coming to an end for major US technology firms? After surviving multiple scandals, some wonder whether the sailing is going to get even tougher for Facebook, Twitter and other companies as the US political year heats up.