Yahoo has reached a revised $117.5 million settlement with millions of people whose email addresses and other personal information were stolen in the largest data breach in history.
Qualcomm has reportedly unveiled a new chip to accelerate its work around artificial intelligence technologies.
Apple Arcade will give customers the freedom to try any game from its handpicked collection of titles that are all-you-can-play, have no ads, ad tracking or additional purchases, and respect user privacy.
Apple has announced Apple TV+, a new video platform for storytellers featuring exclusive original shows, movies and documentaries.
The passwords of millions of Facebook users had their account passwords stored in plain text and searchable by thousands of Facebook employees.
Internet giant Google has been handed down with another antitrust fine worth EU 1.49 billion.
Ericsson and UNESCO have announced a new partnership aimed at educating and empowering the next generation with digital skills.
Spotify has filed a complaint with EU antitrust regulators against Apple, saying the iPhone maker unfairly limits rivals to its own Apple Music streaming service, Reuters reported.
Facebook users around the world have reportedly encountered problems logging into and posting on the site as well as on Instagram and WhatsApp.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is pursuing a contempt order against Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Reuters reported.
Ericsson and Intel have begun a multi-year collaboration to align ongoing development efforts in software-defined infrastructure (SDI) and Intel Rack Scale Design.
European Union regulators have reached a broad agreement on new digital platform rules aimed at stopping unfair practices by online platforms and app stores, Reuters reported.
Apple has said that it has fixed a privacy flaw in its group video chat software and that it plans to improve how it handles reports of software bugs.
Japanese authorities have reportedly approved a new amendment to a law, which would allow government workers to hack civilians’s personal technology.