Facebook-owned image or video sharing social network Instagram has reportedly set out to thwart duplicity with an option to authenticate high-profile accounts, AFP reported.
Uber is planning to shift from cars to electric bicycles for shorter journeys as part of its long-term strategy, according to the ride-hailing firm’s CEO Dara Khosrowshahi.
The worldwide infrastructure as a service (IaaS) market grew 29.5 percent in 2017 to total $23.5 billion, up from $18.2 billion in 2016, according to Gartner, Inc.
Our brains have an “auto-correct” feature that we deploy when re-interpreting ambiguous sounds, a team of scientists has discovered.
Finnish telecom network equipment maker Nokia has secured a $572 million (EUR 500 million) loan from the European Investment Bank, Reuters reported.
A delegation from the UAE will participate in the upcoming Locus Chain World Summit in Singapore, which aims to explore the scope of expanding ‘Locus Chain’ blockchain technology across all industries.
Facebook is reportedly testing a new feature called ‘things in common,’ which lets users connect with strangers.
World leaders underlined the need for greater female participation in the digital economy at the G20 Digital Economy Ministerial Meeting in Salta, Argentina.
Trading in Tesla shares in Germany on Monday pointed to a five percent drop when US markets open, Reuters reported.
Google-owned Youtube is reportedly expanding the concept of non-skippable advertisements on its platform for the creators to monetise their content and earn more revenue.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp had reportedly pledged to develop tools that would combat fake messages, to help India crack down on people whipping up public anger through mass message forwards on social media.
Tesla chief Elon Musk cancelled his plan to take the firm private, just days after he tweeted about going public, which …
Following the biggest reorganisation of Wall Street’s industry classification system, chipmakers, cloud-computing sellers and also credit card payment firms will …
Social media and technology companies Facebook, Twitter and Alphabet jointly removed hundreds of accounts tied to Iranian actors, which cybersecurity …