The Covid-19 pandemic is changing the public perception of Big Tech from greedy exploiters of personal data to providers of hope.
Cisco announced at RSA 2020 that in June 2020, it will be launching SecureX, a security platform that aims to provide control and visibility of security infrastructure (both its own and third-party).
Facebook’s latest quarterly announcement of the weakest growth figures in the seven years since it went public has highlighted the need for the company to find a new future growth driver.
Apple’s recent acquisition of Xnor.ai will help it challenge Amazon Web Services, Microsoft and Google, in the race to target emerging opportunities associated with artificial intelligence (AI) and edge computing.
Wearable tech is an emerging sub-market in the Internet of Things (IoT) theme but has yet to establish itself in the IoT mainstream, due to limited interoperability and underdeveloped self-contained functionalities.
US Attorney General William Barr raised eyebrows by suggesting in a February 6 speech that the US and its allies should consider buying a controlling stake in Nokia or Ericsson.
The EU’s top court has ruled in favour of tech giant Google in a landmark case about the ‘right to be forgotten’, but privacy and legal experts have warned the issue has not been fully resolved.
Generation hashtag describes a demographic of people born between 1991 and 2005.
Chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) can now count Google and Twitter among its customers for the next generation of its processors used in data centres.
US mobile network operator Sprint has confirmed that it suffered a data breach in which attackers had access to customer details such as first and last names, phone numbers and billing addresses.
Waymo is expanding its global reach when it comes to driverless cars, as the Alphabet subsidiary inks a deal with Groupe Renault and Nissan.
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Microsoft has taken down a huge facial recognition database containing more than 10 million images of around 100,000 people, raising questions as to whether the technology giant breached data protection laws such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
More than 114 million smart speakers sit in homes around the world, listening out for the wake word to start processing your voice command.
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Facebook’s revenues have increased by more than a quarter in the last three months, according to its latest report.
The European Parliament has passed Article 13 and Article 11, the controversial update to Europe’s copyright law, drawing widespread condemnation from technology experts and internet users.
Hundreds of millions of Facebook users had their account passwords visible in plain text to the platform’s employees, potentially creating security vulnerabilities on third-party sites that use the same passwords, cybersecurity experts have warned.
Earlier this month, presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren unveiled her intentions regarding breaking up big tech companies to “restore the balance of power in our democracy, to promote competition, and to ensure that the next generation of technology innovation is as vibrant as the last.” if elected in the 2020 presidential election.
The European Commission has handed Google its third anti-trust fine in two years for “abusive practices in online advertising”.