The CEO Of Walmart-Owned Flipkart Just Resigned After Allegations Of "Serious Personal Misconduct"
Binny Bansal has strongly denied the allegations, and Walmart said it couldn't find evidence to corroborate claims against him.
Google Employees Around The World Are Walking Out To Protest Sexual Misconduct
Google employees around the world coordinated a walkout to protest the company's handling of sexual misconduct in the workplace.
India’s Government Wants WhatsApp To Reveal The Locations And Phone Numbers Of People Using It For Real-World Violence
The government is pressing the instant messenger for traceability after mobs who fell for hoaxes spread through the app resulted in deadly violence.
Apple's New iPad Pro Doesn't Have A Home Button. It Starts At $799.
The iPad Pro has been completely redesigned with a screen that stretches edge-to-edge, 1TB of storage, and a new Apple Pencil.
Apple Just Announced A $1,199 MacBook Air With Retina Display
In a long-awaited update, MacBook Air will feature a new screen, Touch ID and faster innards. It starts at $1,199.
Here Are All The Big Announcements From Apple's Fall iPad Event
A new iPad Pro with Face ID, a long-awaited update to the MacBook Air, a new Mac Mini, and a new Apple Pencil, too.
GoDaddy Has Told The Far-Right Social Network Gab To Find Another Host
Gab is presently inaccessible via its website, which now features a message claiming the company is “under attack.”
The UK’s Data Watchdog Just Fined Facebook The Maximum It Could For The Cambridge Analytica Scandal
“A company of its size and expertise should have known better and it should have done better.”
On Facebook You Can Now Add Music To Stories, Pin Songs To Profiles, And Display Karaoke Lyrics
Facebook is updating its music features, including displaying lyrics on Lip Sync Live. 🎶🎶🎶 Oh mamma mia, mamma mia 🎶🎶🎶
Tim Cook Called For A New Law To Mitigate The Intrusion Of Big Tech Firms Into People's Lives
“We see vividly, painfully how technology can harm, rather than help,” the Apple CEO said on Wednesday.
Former UK Deputy Prime Minister Is Now Heading Communications At Facebook
Nick Clegg will replace Elliot Schrage, who stepped down in June following a series of privacy scandals that rocked the company.
With Alexa, Amazon Plans To "Democratize Voice In India." It's Still Day One.
Amazon has big ambitions for Alexa in India, where voice recognition is considered "the next big innovation." But for now, she only speaks English.
Facebook Will Set Up An Election Task Force In India Ahead Of Major Elections
The US tech company has promised action after experts criticized it for not doing enough to prevent abuse on its platform in key growth markets.
People Are Mad About Uber and Ola Drivers Canceling Rides Based On Their Destination
“Even dates haven’t ghosted me this bad.”
The World’s Largest Biometric Database Is Legal, A Court Just Ruled
However, a panel of five judges also imposed restrictions on key aspects of the controversial Aadhaar program.
Twitter Is Expanding Its Policy Against Hateful Conduct To Include “Dehumanizing Speech”
The company wants to ban dehumanizing speech on its platform, but first it wants to know what you think about it.
WhatsApp Has Appointed Someone To Handle Complaints From Indian Users After It Was Blamed For Fueling Violence
Indian law requires tech companies operating in the country to have a grievance officer, but despite having more than 200 million users in India, WhatsApp only appointed one at the end of August.
Apple Announces New iPhones: The Xs, Xs Max, And Xr
Apple just announced three big, brand new iPhones today.
How WhatsApp Destroyed A Village
In July, residents of a rural Indian town saw rumors of child kidnappers on WhatsApp. Then they beat five strangers to death.
Google Is Said To Be Launching A Censored Version Of Its Search Engine In China
Google had pulled out of China in 2010 citing free speech restrictions from China’s authoritarian government.