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Students in Malaysia will get an approximately 50% discount for YouTube Premium and Music subscriptions, bringing prices down to RM10.90 and RM6.90 a month respectively.
US antitrust enforcers should stop Google’s proposed acquisition of Fitbit Inc because the deal will further consolidate the search giant’s control over consumer data, a coalition of privacy and consumer advocates said.
Lawmakers pressed top US antitrust enforcers on their probes of tech giants Alphabet's Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple on Wednesday, with the chair of a House subcommittee expressing frustration over the companies' continued acquisitions.
Apple Inc pitches its new card as a model of simplicity and transparency, upending everything consumers think about credit cards.
Facebook Inc on Nov 7 urged a judge not to force it to turn over records to Massachusetts' attorney general disclosing thousands of apps the social media giant suspects misused users' data, as part of a probe into its privacy practices.
California revealed for the first time an 18-month investigation into Facebook Inc's privacy practices and accused the social media giant on Wednesday of hampering the probe by failing to turn over emails from chief executive Mark Zuckerberg.
A group of online video creators is protesting the US Federal Trade Commission’s plan to regulate kids’ videos on YouTube, claiming new rules will hurt them financially and reduce the quality of programs on the world’s largest video site.
Facebook Inc owns Instagram and WhatsApp, and wants everybody to know it.
Google’s US$2.1bil (RM8.72bil) acquisition of Fitbit Inc means two of the largest technology companies now dominate the US market for fitness tracking devices and data, and the purchase is already coming under fire from US lawmakers.
NEW YORK: After a year of tough headlines, the world’s biggest technology companies showed this week that they’re powering through, continuing to rake in cash and invest in future growth as demand for their goods and services shows little sign of slacking.