President Trump has launched a scathing new ad campaign calling for Americans to sign a petition to support banning TikTok.
The Association of Public Health Laboratories has announced it is working with Apple, Google, and Microsoft to launch a national server that will securely store COVID-19 exposure notification data.
Apple has quietly upped the trade-in price of several Android smartphones for a limited time, doubling the value of some handsets.
U.S. Attorney General Barr has criticized U.S. tech companies for becoming "pawns of Chinese influence."
A new Sensor Tower report has revealed that smartphone users downloaded a record 37.8 billion apps in Q2 of 2020, making it the biggest year ever.
The EU is launching another inquiry, this time into the internet of things and voice assistants like Siri and Alexa.
Following a ban on TikTok in the country, business is booming for Indian video app Roposo, which is adding new users by the second.
The EU is today adopting sweeping new measures, including the automatic exchange of information regarding digital platform sales.
Wells Fargo has told employees to remove TikTok from corporate-owned devices, citing security concerns, and stating that the devices are for "business only."
Google Earth turns 15 today, and to celebrate, Google has put together 15 of its favorite stories from over the years.
Wink has announced that its controversial subscription service will begin on July 27, more than two months later than originally planned.
Facebook says its Civil rights auditor "strongly disagrees" with its policy to not fact-check politicians.
The U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says that the government is 'certainly looking into' banning TikTok and other Chinese social media platforms in the U.S.
Both Apple and Google have removed apps banned by the government in India from the App Store and Google Play Store.
The UK government has abandoned its contact tracing app and will switch to a model based on Apple and Google's API.
Amazon Prime Video Sport has announced it will show four Premier League matches live on its platform, as well as on Twitch in the UK.
Facebook has announced that U.S. voters will be able to switch off 'Paid for by' political ads in the run up to the 2020 election.
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