In Indonesia some 115 million people use Facebook and the country is among the world’s biggest users of the social network.
Digital transformation has improved the efficiency, innovation, and access to services for customers, according to a report out today from the London lobby group TheCityUK.
A state-sponsored Russian home router hack in the UK and US has the potential to bring down national infrastructure, including air traffic control centres, experts have warned.
Facebook is to begin asking users in Europe and Canada for permissions to use facial recognition, as required under the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
ZTE, the Chinese telecoms equipment maker, has temporarily stopped trading in Hong Kong and Shenzhen after news that it was suspended from the UK and cut off from US suppliers Yesterday, the UK’s cyber-defence watchdog (the National Cyber Security Centre) blacklisted the company, warning that ZTE’s equipment and services were a risk to national security.
India is home to one of the world’s largest and fastest growing smartphone markets, which is expected to increase further due to population rises and competitive prices.
After ten months of talks involving more than 200 witnesses, the Artificial Intelligence Committee of the UK parliament’s upper house has concluded that tech giants should be put in their place, workers must be prepared for a jobless future and AI must be regulated before it gets out of hand.
US President Donald Trump has ordered the creation of a task force to review the financial difficulties of the US Postal Service (USPS).
Seattle-based and family-run fashion chain of department stores Nordstrom is opening its first New York City store today.
Netflix executives probably felt pretty happy with their company’s recent $100 billion valuation but did it get there fair and square?
UK supermarket giant Tesco has said its underlying operating profits climbed 28.4% to £1.64 billion last year, marking the ninth consecutive quarter of growth for Britain’s biggest supermarket.
US ride-hailing app Uber has taken a fresh legal blow, losing a court case against France at the European Court of Justice (ECJ).
Audiobook sales have doubled in the last five years, as consumers continue to put down their paperbacks and plug in their headphones.
A least one company isn’t spooked by the recent Facebook share price dip and controversy, with the Sequoia Fund buying a stake in the social media giant.
Chinese Uber rival Didi Chuxing has begun recruiting drivers for its ride-hailing service in Mexico.
Just days after messaging app Telegram told Russian regulators it is unable to hand over encryption keys to its users accounts, the country has moved to block the app.
Mark Zuckerberg has insisted that he is still the best person to lead Facebook, despite continuing fallout from the data sharing scandal around political consultancy Cambridge Analytica.
The famous British roast dinner could become the next flavour of ecigarettes to enter the vaping market, after research found it was the most-wanted taste.
Flights to Heathrow and Gatwick airport could be delayed over the next three weeks as air traffic controllers update the technology that they use.
LGBTQ networking app Grindr has stopped sharing the HIV status of its users with third-parties, the company’s head of security has confirmed.
French President Emmanuel Macron will unveil a strategy to help EU tech firms become the next global giants in a speech today.
One lucky 15-year-old has swapped his Snapchat handle for a free trip around Europe.
Popular messaging app Telegram is down once again.
The tech contagion is spreading.
Social media research firm Fizziology is going to use artificial intelligence to detect sudden changes in social media conversation, using the tech to monitor topics, brands and projects.
Google has announced that it will acquire gif-sharing startup Tenor in a bid to increase its hold on search.
US ride-hailing app Uber has said it is not looking to renew its permit to test self-driving cars on public roads in California and has “indefinitely suspended” testing in Pennsylvania.
If Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg thought a few full-page newspaper advertisements would be enough to gloss over the Cambridge Analytica scandal, then he has another thing coming.
Ride-hailing app Uber has had its self-driving car testing program in Arizona suspended after the death of Elaine Herzberg, a pedestrian who was struck and killed by one of the company’s driverless cars earlier this month.
Ride-hailing app Uber is getting out of South East Asia — selling its ride-share and food delivery businesses to regional rival Grab for a 27.5% stake.