Facebook's messaging service WhatsApp was ordered by France's privacy watchdog to stop sharing user data with its parent without getting the necessary consent.
Anti-virus company Kaspersky Lab has asked a U.S. federal court to overturn a Trump administration ban on use of its products in government networks, arguing that the U.S. government has caused reputational and commercial damage to the Moscow-based company.
Uber is now available on BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) in some countries where the service is still popular.
Twitter is starting enforcing updates to the Twitter Rules announced last month to reduce hateful and abusive content on Twitter.
Intel has made available the Intel Stratix 10 MX FPGA, the first field programmable gate array (FPGA) with integrated High Bandwidth Memory DRAM (HBM2) to offer up to 10 times the memory bandwidth compared with standalone DDR 2400 DIMM memory solutions.
Facebook will start demoting individual posts from people and Pages that use engagement bait.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 is expected to debut this February with no groundbreaking features besides a stronger processor and more internal memory.
The French government has filed a complaint with the Paris Commerce Court against e-commerce company Amazon for abusing its dominant position with some suppliers, newspaper Le Parsien said on Monday.
Toyota Motor announced on Monday that it would phase out models which are only available with internal combustion engines by around 2025.