Facebook is disabling several features in its Messenger and Instagram apps for people in Europe, to make sure they comply with a change in privacy rules.
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Big corporate rivalries - Coca-Cola and Pepsi, Boeing and Airbus, McDonald's and Burger King - tend to have one thing in common: competition for the same business.
Big tech firms face yearly checks on how they are tackling illegal and harmful content under new rules unveiled by the European Commission.
Google applications including YouTube, email and Docs have suffered a rare service outage, with users unable to access many of the company's services.
The shopping lists we used to scribble on the back of an envelope are increasingly already known by the supermarkets we frequent.
China has removed 105 apps from its app stores as part of a campaign to get rid of content related to pornography, prostitution, gambling and violence
Ministry: 'Sound, steady development of bilateral relations' crucial for both countries
Google unlawfully fired employees for attempting to organise a union, a US federal agency has said.
Joe Biden should tackle the splintering of the global internet as one of his top tech priorities when he becomes president, Facebook's head of global affairs has told Web Summit.
Amazon plans to sell companies a way to detect when staff are not wearing face masks or socially distancing.