Salesforce.com chief executive officer Marc Benioff, who co-founded the cloud computing software firm, has bought Time magazine from Meredith Corporation in a $190m deal.
A year after it launched in the US, Facebook has rolled out its video-streaming service Facebook Watch worldwide.
The public social media platform proposed by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in his 2018 Alternative MacTaggart Lecture this week has been met by damning criticism from technology industry experts.
Facebook has confirmed that it now ranks some of its users on a trustworthiness scale, prompting comparisons to China’s Social Credit System.
Currently being blamed for everything from Brexit to influencing the US elections, fake news is increasingly seen as a genuine danger to democracy.
Ten years since its launch, Apple’s App Store has surpassed many major milestones and become the second-largest download platform after Google Play.
Before Milo Yiannopoulos was pandering to the alt-right and expressing delight at the prospect of journalists being shot, he was telling wealth managers to invest in the media industry.
In an attempt to keep its stars happy, YouTube has announced the addition of a new talent option that will allow content creators with more than 100,000 subscribers to sell memberships to their fans.
This month marks five years since the revelation that the NSA and other security agencies were engaging in mass surveillance rocked the world.
In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Apple’s latest Safari update is designed to make it more difficult for Facebook to track users.
As controversies surrounding Facebook’s data sharing practices stack up, the spotlight continues to shine on chief executive Mark Zuckerberg, who has been busy recently with concerns from shareholders, as well as from US Congress and the European Parliament.
In his first appearance in Europe since the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appeared in front of the European Parliament in Brussels to answer questions from 12 members of the European Parliament (MEPs) from various political groups.
After months of rumours, Netflix has confirmed that Barrack and Michelle Obama are signed on for an extended ‘storytelling partnership’ with the streaming service.
Snapchat users tend to be aged between 18 and 24, with 45% falling into this age group, and the app’s monthly active users reach more than 300 million.
Telecoms giant Vodafone has this morning announced a $19 billion deal for much of rival Liberty Global’s European assets, in what is the company’s largest acquisition since it bought Mannesmann in 2000.
Did an army of Russian Twitter bots help propel Labour and Jeremy Corbyn to a surprisingly positive result in the 2017 UK general election?
US President Donald Trump loves to hate The New York Times — and New York Times’ readers love that he hates it.
Facebook founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has unveiled a list of new features for the social network at the semi-annual Facebook F8 developer’s conference in San Jose, California.
Advertising giant WPP has reported its like-for-like net sales fell by just 0.1% in the first quarter of the year, better than the 1% decline analysts predicted, causing the company’s share price to spike.
Last week Russian delegates spoke at a press conference at the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) at its headquarters in The Hague on the recent chemical weapons attack in Syria.
It’s unlikely that Facebook user data obtained by political consultancy Cambridge Analytica was used for US President Donald Trump’s presidential election campaign, according to Aleksandr Kogan, the data scientist behind the app that harvested information from 87 million Facebook accounts.
Facebook has revealed long-held secrets on how it polices the social network and why it bans certain content.
British pub chain JD Wetherspoon closed down its social media accounts recently — Twitter, Facebook and Instagram — unironically using Twitter to announce its departure.
Sir Martin Sorrell, who led the advertising giant WPP for 33 years, has suddenly quit the company and the news has caused its share price to drop.
The United Arab Emirates prides itself as one of the last bastions of moderation and stability in a region racked with war, religious strife and economic malaise.
As Facebook’s co-founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg yesterday faced his second day in front of US law makers, the company at the heart of the social media giant’s data sharing scandal got its third CEO in as many weeks.
The Facebook share price rallied as the company’s founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg give a marathon five-hour performance in front of US law makers, rising almost 5% by the US close and adding $3 billion to Zuckerberg’s personal fortune.
Some 2.7 million European Union citizens had their Facebook information leaked to data analytics firm Cambridge Analytica, the European Commission (EC) has revealed.
The WPP share price — already struggling due to tough industry trading conditions — has fallen at the market open in London today, down a little over 2%.
A Disney Sky News buyout is latest in a series of dramatic offers, counter-offers, and acquisitions surrounding pay-TV group Sky.