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Chinese regulators are reviewing new games to determine whether they meet stricter criteria around content and protections for kids, people familiar with the matter said, an effort that’s likely to slow rollouts in the world’s largest mobile arena.
Apple has rolled out a patch for Pegasus spyware, which was previously able to infect victims' phones without even tricking them into clicking a malicious link.
The cosmic carping between billionaires Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk is moving from the moon to low-earth orbit.
Rough treatment by security of woman passenger in China draws concern, official response sparks outrage
Video of the incident shows the woman was manhandled and forcibly removed from the train. The response from Xian metro caused further outrage, partly because it appeared to be dishonest.
DUBLIN (Reuters) -Facebook's WhatsApp was fined a record 225 million euro ($266 million) by the Irish data protection regulator on Thursday after the EU privacy watchdog pressured Ireland to raise the penalty for the company's privacy breaches.
Apple will allow some media app developers to sidestep its 30% commission on subscriptions, by linking their software to external payment websites.
PARIS (Reuters) -Google said on Wednesday it was appealing against a 500 million euro ($591 million) fine imposed by France's antitrust watchdog in July over a dispute with local media about paying for news content.
(Reuters) -Apple Inc on Thursday agreed to loosen App Store restrictions on small developers, striking a deal in a class-action lawsuit as the iPhone maker awaits a ruling by the same judge in a separate App Store dispute brought by the developer behind "Fortnite."
Masimo Corp chief executive officer Joe Kiani has waged his share of hard-nosed patent fights with competitors in the medical device field, but says his current battle with Apple Inc is taking things to a new level.
China data privacy: Big Tech will be ‘a lot less powerful’ after Beijing passes sweeping new law, experts say
Foreign firms are also exposed to the regulatory risk, as the PIPL applies to any company that processes the personal information of anyone in China. A key aspect of the legislation is its ban on algorithmic price discrimination, which will have a huge impact on ride-hailing platforms like Didi Chuxing.