Group claims Google bypassed security settings on the Safari browser to install tracking cookies.
The government has issued guidelines prohibiting the publishing of sexual or vulgar content across messaging app WeChat.
Future of how Europeans' data is shared with U.S. firms such as Facebook and Google set to be considered.
The company's partnership with U.N. Women to create jobs has collapsed.
Work-collaboration software firm raised $120M in round of financing that valued the company at $1.12B.
Half of the 14 Chinese dot-coms that debuted in the U.S. last year are now trading below their initial sale prices.
Move part of worldwide consolidation aimed at cutting costs; 350 jobs to be cut.
A report looks at how cities in the U.S. are incorporating big data and other technology into their infrastructures.
Predictive analytics has the potential to shape the next generation of agricultural practices.
Research shows that photovoltaic technology installation prices dropped significantly in the U.S. over 2014.
A number of initiatives are directed at pushing along the U.S.'s green tech industry.
Messenger service opens up to third-party developers, allowing them to add functions of their own.
The country's requests for user data and content removal through Facebook increased over 2014.
Monica Lewinsky took to the stage at the Ted conference to call for a more compassionate internet.
Group suspended one year amid allegations that nude female photos were posted without subjects' knowledge.
As devices proliferate through schools, and cloud services integrate into the classroom, security infrastructure is lacking.
The iconic videogame-maker heeds calls of investors to take iconic characters mobile.
Artist Kcho granted permission to open the country's first public wireless hub at his cultural centre in Havana.
Will debut models that can make contactless payments and display data sent by smartphones.