• By CNN   -   Jul 20, 2018

    SAMSUNG OR XIAOMI? IT'S A TWO-HORSE RACE FOR INDIA'S SMARTPHONE MARKET

    Smartphone, Samsung
  • By CNN   -   Jul 20, 2018

    WHATSAPP IS ADDING NEW RESTRICTIONS AGAIN AS KILLINGS CONTINUE IN INDIA

    For the third time in three weeks, Facebook-owned WhatsApp is taking steps to combat the spread of rumors that have triggered a wave...

    Facebook
  • By CNN   -   Jul 19, 2018

    UBER LOSES ANOTHER TOP EXECUTIVE

    Prabir Adarkar, the company's head of global finance, is headed for the CFO's office at DoorDash. His move to food delivery startup...

  • By CNN   -   Jul 19, 2018

    UK SECURITY OFFICIALS WARN OF 'NEW RISKS' FROM HUAWEI

    Top UK security officials say they can only provide "limited assurance" that telecom equipment provided by Huawei poses no threat to...

    Telecom
  • By CNN   -   Jul 19, 2018

    HOW 2006 CHANGED THE INTERNET

    During a six-month period in 2006, two pivotal events upended the internet as we know it: the launch of Twitter and Facebook's introduction...

    Twitter, Facebook
  • By CNN   -   Jul 19, 2018

    UBER'S E-BIKES ARE CANNIBALIZING RIDES FROM UBER'S CARS

    New electric bike riders are switching from car trips to bike trips.

  • By CNN   -   Jul 19, 2018

    CHINESE BIKE-SHARING STARTUP OFO IS SCALING BACK ITS US AMBITIONS

    Just months after launching in the United States, Ofo laid off staff across the region and said it's pulling out of several cities.

  • By CNN   -   Jul 19, 2018

    CHINA'S TOP RIDE-HAILING COMPANY TAKES FIGHT WITH UBER TO JAPAN

    China's biggest ride-hailing company Didi Chuxing is teaming up with SoftBank to take its global battle with Uber to Japan.

  • By CNN   -   Jul 19, 2018

    ZUCKERBERG APOLOGIZES FOR HOLOCAUST COMMENTS

    Facebook's CEO walked back statements that appeared to defend people who post holocaust denials on the social network.

    Facebook
  • By CNN   -   Jul 19, 2018

    TESLA'S PLAN TO MAKE CARS IN CHINA WON'T BE EASY TO PULL OFF

    Tesla is hoping China will help supercharge its sales. That's much easier said than done.

  • By CNN   -   Jul 18, 2018

    UBER FILLS 'CRITICAL' ROLE OF CHIEF PRIVACY OFFICER

    Uber announced two new hires devoted to data privacy and security on Wednesday.

  • By CNN   -   Jul 18, 2018

    BRITS CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF NETFLIX AND AMAZON PRIME

    The number of Brits who subscribe to streaming platforms now exceeds those who pay for traditional satellite and cable TV services.

  • By CNN   -   Jul 18, 2018

    TECH ANALYST TELLS ELON MUSK: TIME TO TAKE A BREAK FROM TWITTER

    "Your behavior is fueling an unhelpful perception of your leadership - thin-skinned and short-tempered," an analyst wrote in an open...

    Twitter, Tech
  • By CNN   -   Jul 18, 2018

    CAMBRIDGE ANALYTICA'S FACEBOOK DATA WAS ACCESSED FROM RUSSIA, MP SAYS

    The now infamous Facebook data set on tens of millions of Americans gathered by a Cambridge University scientist for a firm that went...

    Facebook
  • By CNN   -   Jul 18, 2018

    GOOGLE'S NOT ALONE. EUROPE HAS BEEN TAKING ON TECH COMPANIES FOR DECADES

    The European Union has emerged as a tech battleground because of its tough rules on data protection, hate speech, taxes and competition.

    Tech, Google
  • By CNN   -   Jul 18, 2018

    EUROPE HAS FINED GOOGLE $5 BILLION. BUT THAT WON'T HURT IT

    Europe has slapped Google with another record fine. But the company's dominant position in Europe's mobile market is unlikely to be...

    Mobile, Google
  • By CNN   -   Jul 18, 2018

    TWITTER SUSPENDS 2 ACCOUNTS LINKED TO RUSSIAN INTELLIGENCE AFTER HACKING INDICTMENT

    The move comes a day after the Justice Department announced indictments against 12 Russian intelligence officers, accusing them of...

    Twitter
  • By CNN   -   Jul 18, 2018

    ZTE CAN ONCE AGAIN DO BUSINESS WITH AMERICAN COMPANIES

    The United States has officially lifted its crippling export ban on Chinese company ZTE, easing one point of contention with Beijing...

  • By CNN   -   Jul 18, 2018

    WEWORK IS BANNING MEAT

    WeWork has issued a company-wide ban on providing, or paying for, meat for employees - for environmental reasons.

  • By CNN   -   Jul 18, 2018

    APPLE IS HELPING BRING EDUCATION TO GIRLS IN BRAZIL

    Apple