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THE world of finance is always at the forefront of progress, embracing change, adapting to and adopting new technologies, to better serve its stakeholders. The latest game changer is of course digitisation. It would make finance more inclusive, efficient, and accessible.
From an ethical point of view, Facebook ought to focus on more urgent issues, like cleaning up the swathe of medical and political misinformation on its sites, rather than building a new platform destined to host similar harms.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's antitrust watchdog said on Friday it had obtained a court order to advance its investigation into whether Google's online advertising business is hurting competition, according to a statement.
(Reuters) - Shares of Snap Inc plunged on Friday, dragging down other ad-dependent tech firms, after the photo messaging app owner warned of a prolonged hit from Apple Inc's privacy changes on iOS devices.
THE Covid-19 pandemic has drastically changed the way we live. As we learn to adopt to the new normal by keeping ourselves safe, performing tasks that used to require our physical presence, such as banking, can now be swapped for a seamless online banking experience.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): Indonesian start-ups enjoyed an influx of funding in 2021 and more is to come as the country’s internet-savvy population grows and Covid-19 travel restrictions are eased, according to venture capital firms.
Trump has asked for court orders forcing Twitter and Facebook to temporarily reinstate his accounts while he sues to be allowed back on permanently, citing "indisputable” injuries he’ll face if he remains cut off from his millions of fans.
A former Apple executive that helped develop the iPod and iPhone weighs in on tech trends, saying Apple is likely to push into a new hardware category, though the metaverse isn't it.
Banks and consumer groups have raised concerns about tech companies running their own independent payment networks.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Tencent's WeChat has made its content searchable on some foreign search engines such as Google, and Microsoft's Bing, according to Reuters checks.