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Judge In Google Case Disturbed That Even "Incognito" Users Are Tracked
The Alphabet Inc. unit says activating the stealth mode in Chrome, or "private browsing" in other browsers, means the company won't "remember your activity."
Customers are reporting credit-card payment crashes at restaurants and stores across the US, including Chick-fil-A and Ikea
Customers are reporting they can't purchase food or products at some places because they're not accepting credit cards.
Bill Gates: I’d rather invest in vaccines than Bitcoin
Bill Gates says he’d prefer to invest in vaccines than Bitcoin.
Opinion: Australia's Big Tech crackdown is no model to emulate
Australia's decision to make Google and Facebook pay for news has been hailed by many as a triumph for journalism. The reality is a bit more complicated, though, says Kate Ferguson.
Huawei 2020 revenue ticks up despite US sanctions, chairman says
Huawei has repeatedly denied it poses a security risk.
Huawei unveils folding smartphone with an 8-inch-wide screen
Phone offers crisper visuals, better sound for movies, games
How Britain could keep its 'crown' in finance and technology after Brexit
The United Kingdom should introduce special visas and overhaul its stock market rules to allow entrepreneurs to keep control of their companies if it wants to remain competitive in financial technology after Brexit.
India imposes new rules on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube
India issued strict new rules on Thursday for Facebook (FB), Twitter (TWTR) and other social media platforms weeks after the country's government attempted to pressure Twitter to take down accounts it deemed incendiary.
Bitcoin set for worst week since March as riskier assets sold off
Bitcoin was headed on Friday for its worst week since March as a rout in global bond markets sent yields flying and sparked a sell-off in riskier assets.
Exclusive: China's Huawei, reeling from U.S. sanctions, plans foray into EVs
China’s Huawei plans to make electric vehicles under its own brand and could launch some models this year, four sources said, as the world’s largest telecommunications equipment maker, battered by U.S. sanctions, explores a strategic shift.
Robinhood gets inquires from regulators over trading restrictions
Online brokerage app Robinhood has received inquiries from regulators about the temporary trading curbs it imposed during a wild rally in shorted stocks earlier this year, it said on Friday.
Congress has new appetite for breach law following SolarWinds hack
A senior Democratic lawmaker said there is a growing appetite for a new federal cybersecurity breach notification law in the wake of a sprawling series of digital intrusions blamed on the Russian government.
U.S. SEC suspends trading in 15 securities due to 'questionable' social media activity
The U.S. securities regulator on Friday suspended trading in the securities of 15 companies because of “questionable trading and social media activity,” the latest in a string of temporary trading halts amid volatile trading in so-called...
Metro owner accuses Facebook of 'blackmail' over Australia news content row
The company which owns Metro, as well as other newspapers, has accused Facebook and Google of ‘blackmail’ over the news content row in Australia.
Cyber fraudsters ditch big money scams in favour of 'silent stealing' during pandemic
A report says the shift to home working has exposed the country's vulnerability to cyber crime.
Qualcomm: UK smartphone owners are due £480m payout, claims Which?
Which? claims millions of Britons were overcharged for their devices because chipmaker Qualcomm inflates prices to manufacturers.
GCHQ says AI can help UK combat disinformation attacks
GCHQ says AI can be used widely in the fight against disinformation - and will commit to using it ethically.
Shanghai holds mobile industry trade show amid COVID-19 restrictions
5G, IoT, AI, big data and beyond at Shanghai mobile show.
Spy agency turns to AI to tackle child abuse
UK intelligence agency GCHQ intends to use artificial intelligence to tackle issues from child sexual abuse to disinformation and human trafficking.
IATA Travel Pass testing is expected to begin in March on select flights
The Civil Aviation Authority reiterated this Wednesday that the International Air Transport Association, together with the Government of the Republic of Panama and the Copa Airlines, are making progress in the creation of a mobile applic...
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