Seeking more personalised experiences, Indians are spending over 10 hours on their devices daily, representing the changing content consumption habits, a new Adobe survey revealed on Wednesday.
Photo-messaging app Snapchat added four million new users in the first quarter of 2019, registering a revenue of $320 million -- up 39 per cent (year-over-year) -- thus beating the Wall Street estimat
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey met US President Donald Trump at the White House to discuss "the health of the public conversation" on the micro-blogging platform.
The desktop and printer major HP Inc on Monday announced a $2 million plan to expand its ocean-bound plastic supply chain.
Facing scrutiny from governments around the world over how it manages users' data, Facebook has hired senior US State Department official Jennifer Newstead as general counsel, overseeing the company's
In its determination to expand its online services like iCloud, Apple spent over $30 million on Amazon's Cloud services in the first quarter (Q1) of 2019. The amount is 10 per cent higher than what it
Facebook should take new steps, including issuance of alerts to users, to address the proliferation of fake accounts operated by law enforcement agencies in the US, according to the Electronic Frontie
Russian cyber attackers recently targeted a number of embassies in Europe by employing a weaponised version of TeamViewer -- a popular remote access service and malware disguised as a top secret US go
The UAE Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has warned WhatsApp users not to reply to code verification messages unless it was triggered by them.
Two Google employees have said they have been retaliated against for helping to organise a walkout among thousands of company workers in November 2018 and are planning a meeting to discuss alleged ins
After marking its social presence on Facebook and Twitter, US-based civilian foreign intelligence service Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) will now make a debut on Instagram.
Amid a slowdown in job growth across sectors, IT services major Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and Infosys hired about 42,000 more techies in the recently concluded fiscal 2018-19 than it did in the