Australia demands Apple, Meta, Microsoft share anti-abuse steps, threatens fines

An Australian regulator sent legal letters to Facebook owner Meta Platforms, Apple Inc and Microsoft Corp…

Twitter brings podcasts to its platform for audio creators

Twitter has announced to bring podcasts on its platform, integrating them as part of its newly…

EU watchdogs begin privacy probe into Twitter after whistleblower report

Twitter is now facing privacy probes in the European Union (EU) after the whistleblower complaint from…

Google blocks world’s largest web DDoS cyber attack ever

Google has blocked the largest-ever web distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) cyber attack on a customer that peaked…

This website reveals how TikTok, Instagram may track your data

As the debate grows about tech companies and apps tracking your data, here comes a website…

Apple likely to be first to use TSMC’s 3nm chip process: Report

Tech giant Apple‘s 2022 MacBook Pros may pack new M2 Pro, and M2 Max chipsets made…

Macroeconomic factors unlikely to stall business-critical tech modernisation: Mindtree CEO

Macroeconomic and geopolitical developments are unlikely to turn back or stall business-critical technology modernisation, IT services…

Judge orders Twitter to give Elon Musk former executive’s documents

Twitter Inc needs to give Elon Musk documents from a former Twitter executive who Musk said…

Caste in California: Tech giants confront ancient Indian hierarchy

America’s tech giants are taking a modern-day crash course in India’s ancient caste system, with Apple…

Caste in California: Tech giants confront ancient Indian hierarchy

America’s tech giants are taking a modern-day crash course in India’s ancient caste system, with Apple…

Hacker breached our network via employee Google account: Cisco

Networking giant Cisco has admitted a cyber-security breach via the “successful compromise” of an employee’s personal…

Google to pay $42.7 million in penalties for misleading users: Australian watchdog

Earlier this year, Google was ordered to pay $34 million to Russia for breaching anti-competitive rules.…

Former Twitter worker convicted of spying for Saudi Arabia

A former Twitter employee has been convicted of failing to register as an agent for Saudi…

Alibaba lays off nearly 10,000 employees amid poor sales

Chinese tech conglomerate Alibaba has bid goodbye to nearly 10,000 employees in an effort to cut…

Meta Platforms to make first-ever bond offering

Facebook-parent Meta Platforms said on Thursday it would make its first-ever bond offering at a time…

Russia fines WhatsApp, Snapchat owner over data storage violations-agencies

A Russian court on Thursday fined Meta Platforms Inc’s WhatsApp messenger and Snapchat owner Snap Inc…

Microsoft, Alphabet results spark rally in mega cap stocks

A strong outlook from Microsoft Corp and resilient Google ads sales from Alphabet sparked a relief…

Tech giants to self-regulate in reducing harmful content in New Zealand – SUCH TV

Big tech companies agreed on Monday to reduce harmful online content in New Zealand, making a…

Google to roll back app permissions list on Play Store

After initially removing them in place of Data Safety labels, tech giant Google has now said…

China takes steps to ease up on regulatory crackdown as economy slows

Chinese authorities imposed a $1.2 billion fine on ride-hailing firm Didi Global Inc, a move that…