A group of activist shareholders are proposing that Amazon.com Inc stop selling facial recognition software to government agencies until its board determines the technology doesn’t threaten people’s civil rights.
A US federal appeals court said on Jan 17 it would not delay oral arguments set for Feb 1 on the Trump administration's decision to repeal the 2015 landmark net neutrality rules governing Internet providers.
AirAsia customers will be able to make bookings and check-in normally this weekend, after AirAsia postponed its planned booking system upgrade.
Google agreed to acquire smartwatch technology and personnel from Fossil Group Inc in a bid to boost the search giant’s nascent efforts in the category.
Line Corp is betting that tie-ups with Japan’s biggest financial institutions will help convince its 78 million users to entrust the free texting app with their money.
Major consumer companies including Unilever, Procter & Gamble and Nestle are chasing consumers who want food and household goods delivered automatically, even though this kind of business has not always worked.
A federal judge in Oakland ruled that law enforcement agencies cannot force people to use biometric features such as facial-recognition to unlock their phones and other devices in a case that highlights the fight between Big Tech and law enforcement over users' privacy.
Leading streaming video platforms have signed an agreement to self-regulate content in the booming Indian market.
Videogame crowdfunding campaigns saw a sharp decline on crowdfunding website Kickstarter in 2018 compared to end-of-year data from the year prior, Polygon reports.
Whether buying a fish fillet at a supermarket or ordering steak in a restaurant, consumers will soon be able to use their phones to check instantly whether their food is green and ethical.