The New York Times altered a story regarding the departure of Facebook’s chief information security officer over his handling of Russian interference in order leave out details that were seemingly unfavorable to Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg.
The White House is preparing to crack down on what it says are improper Chinese trade practices by making it significantly more difficult for Chinese firms to acquire advanced U.S. technology or invest in American companies.
BRITS can now pop to a restaurant and order a meal via their phone – and then just walk out without having to wait for the bill thanks to clever new technology. With Wagamama’s new app, there is no need to ask for the bill – it gets paid aut
Brian Acton adds his voice to Cambridge Analytica backlash, as US agency said to be investigating social network’s mishandling of dataFacebook’s troubles entered a fourth day with a rising chorus of people – including the co-founder of WhatsApp –
When Spotify’s shares begin trading April 3, less than one-third of them will be available for sale, a move designed in part to prevent a deluge of shares from instantly hitting the market in the streaming service’s unusual initial public offering.
Microbiome therapeutics, Photoshop for augmented reality, and cancer treatments were some of the ideas presented at Day 2 of startup accelerator Y Combinator’s Winter 2018 Demo Day. YC is increasingly using its massive class size (141 startups this
The data mining, which the Gold Coast council says is legal, will be used to market the city to touristsThe Gold Coast council will use a new city wifi service to harvest Facebook data from visitors to next month’s Commonwealth Games.The data mining, wh
INSTAGRAM is testing a new ‘regram’ feature which let’s you share other people’s posts. The picture sharing app has started trialling the tool which lets you ‘quote Tweet’ people’s posts on your own Stories. TechC