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(Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The world of tournament Scrabble is split over whether to remove racial and anti-LGBT+ slurs from official dictionaries, as governing bodies debate the rules in light of the global Black Lives Matter protests.
Google is served with the vast majority of "geofence" search warrants because it stores information from millions of devices in a massive database.
As US authorities ready the biggest antitrust case of the new century, there are lessons to be learned from Europe’s attempt to inject more competition into search, one of the most lucrative digital markets.
The new decade has spelt the end for some tech products and services. We bid goodbye to these once-popular solutions, as they will no longer be available after 2020.
Indian tech and entertainment firms are looking to capitalise on sudden opportunities arising from a government ban on Chinese owned apps, including the wildly popular TikTok, with one rival video app saying it had added 22 million users in 48 hours.
Facebook is mothballing Lasso, the app it quietly launched two years ago as a competitor to popular short-form video service TikTok, after it failed to get traction.
If you’re concerned about the pervasive role in daily life of technology companies such as Alphabet Inc’s Google, then its planned US$2.1bil (RM9.04bil) acquisition of Fitbit Inc is a worry.
As part of a major refresh, the highly popular navigation application Waze is enabling its users to share their moods of the day with some 30 icons to express all kinds of emotions.
The Indian government has blocked TikTok and 58 other Chinese apps in the wake of ongoing border tensions with China. In recent weeks, India and China have been at loggerheads over border disputes over the Galwan Valley in the territory of Ladakh.