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Instagram on July 27 introduced changes designed to keep young users safer by making them harder to find at the image-centric social network.
The outpouring of solidarity that the world experienced in the spring of 2020 in the midst of early lockdowns is old news. According to a Microsoft study, online incivilities were on the rise between 2020 and 2021.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - McDonald's Corp is bringing its digital, data analytics, marketing, restaurant development and operations segments into one unit as it focuses on driving growth through its global app and new MyMcDonald's Rewards program, the company said on Monday.
Despite China's crackdown on crypto mining, enthusiasts are exploring lesser known parts of the ecosystem as they try to stay in the game.
(Reuters) -Many websites were briefly down in an outage sparked by a glitch in Akamai Technologies Inc's systems, the second major disruption linked to the cloud company in about a month.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Australian antitrust regulator on Thursday began an inquiry into the local units of Amazon.com Inc, eBay Inc and other online markets to ensure fairness in a sector where sales have soared through the coronavirus pandemic.
Chinese mission to the EU says ‘certain country in the West’ has abused its technological advantages for years, without naming US. Five of Beijing’s diplomatic missions denounce allegations of state involvement in Microsoft Exchange hack as political conspiracy.
Around 100,000 people have been relocated from Zhengzhou, the world’s biggest production base for iPhones, following widespread floods that caused at least 12 deaths.
Which emojis do people use the most? That’s one of the questions answered by Adobe’s latest Global Emoji Trend Report. From the most used to the least well-received, Adobe’s findings offer insight into how people use, interpret and perceive emojis.
With the Olympic Games kicking off soon, the smart device maker Withings has shared its own global medal winners based on data from more than five million users worldwide. So, which country takes gold for sleep quality? And in which countries do users walk and swim the most?