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Canada’s most populous province is following New York City’s lead in restricting fees that companies such as Uber Technologies Inc and DoorDash Inc charge restaurants for delivery as coronavirus cases continue to rise.
For the past four years, US President Donald Trump has enjoyed the special status of a world leader on Twitter and Facebook, even as he used his perch atop the social media pyramid to peddle misinformation and hurl abuse at his critics.
Amazon.com Inc is partnering with a government counterfeit watchdog to conduct inspections of suspected fake goods at US ports of entry, the company’s latest attempt to excise bogus products from its web store.
TikTok maker ByteDance launches a new casual game store and indie publisher to take on Tencent and NetEase
The mobile game store Danjuan Games and indie publisher Pixmain represent a renewed focus on less complex games for ByteDance. The social app giant has struggled with mid-core games Art of War: Infinity Evolution and JJ Street Basket in its effort to take on its Chinese rivals.
Google’s planned changes to advertising data were targeted by a group of rivals who pushed UK regulators to make the company a top antitrust priority.
Are you a "user-experience" gun for hire? Well, your time has come.
Apple Inc on Nov 19 slammed Facebook Inc and other Internet giants for their ad-targeting practices in response to a letter questioning a decision by the iPhone maker to delay a new privacy feature.
Apple confirmed on Nov 19 it would press ahead with mobile software changes that limit tracking for targeted advertising – a move that has prompted complaints from Facebook and others.
The European Commission plans to step into the patent dispute between tech companies and carmakers and may set up a system to check whether some patents are essential to a technology standard as claimed, according to a Commission document.
Profanities and other offensive content that basic word-filtering tools are designed to catch can be found in some game titles and user profiles on children's gaming platform Roblox, searches of the website show, despite the company’s "no tolerance" policy and assurances it has safeguards to enforce it.