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The Competition and Consumer Commission accused Google of collecting information on users’ whereabouts even after they had switched off the feature.
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A group of employees has signed an open letter to Mark Zuckerberg urging the social network to increase scrutiny of political advertising.
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The third-generation wireless earphones will be the first to support active noise-cancelling.
The service launches on November 1.
Xbox All Access will allow gamers to get a console by paying a subscription over two years instead of an upfront charge .
The retail giant has been accused by unions of ‘wasting millions on flash advertising’ rather than investing in health and safety.
The PA News Agency sent its City Reporter, Henry Saker-Clark, to Amazon’s Peterborough warehouse for a tour around the site.
The 14-year-old British girl took her own life in 2017 after viewing graphic content on Instagram.
AI Foundation co-founder and chief executive Lars Buttler also spoke at the One Young World summit.
EE, O2, Three and Vodafone will collectively invest £530 million towards the proposal.
Chief executive Mark Zuckerberg is reportedly willing to pay some publishers millions of dollars a year to have their content on board.
Firm says it doesn’t remove content at the request of Chinese government.
Trimbot uses the latest technology to take the hard work out of horticultural tasks.
The two brands hope the innovation will appeal to customers seeking convenience.
Revenues missed expectations on Wall Street, knocking 20% of the company’s value