French privacy watchdog accuses Microsoft of serving targeted ads by collecting user data without consent.
by Lara Vergnaud New iPhone software update is a response to a major organ donation shortfall in the United States.Personal Tech,Apple,innovation,iPhone,organ donation,Lara Vergnaud
by Juliana Kenny WhatsApp refuses to hand over data that police require for drug bust cases.
by Juliana Kenny Google, Microsoft and Facebook are driving transoceanic cable systems.
by Juliana Kenny Many questions remain about how billions of connected devices will look.
by Juliana Kenny Experts explain why companies stay exposed to cyber breaches.
by Juliana Kenny Huawei is the second Google partner to develop its own mobile OS.
by Juliana Kenny The U.S. looks at regulation as the private sector gears up for next-gen wireless.
by Juliana Kenny A report found that certain states have greatly increased clean tech investments.
by Juliana Kenny With more smart grids comes the increased chance for cyber crime.
Neil Kleiman, director of NYU Wagner Innovation Labs, talks cities.
by Juliana Kenny The country's power minister has said that green car markets are a priority.
by Juliana Kenny Online rights groups argue that the agreement violates free speech rights.
The country banned social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube last year.
by Juliana Kenny The majority of U.S. adults glean their knowledge of the news from social networks.
by Juliana Kenny The Commission will propose quotas for European content on streaming services.
by Juliana Kenny The agenda includes desired goals for Silicon Valley.
by Juliana Kenny The market for edtech in the U.S. grows more profitable each year.
by Juliana Kenny The company continues to test unused bands for connectivity.
by Juliana Kenny Gartner predicts a big cut in smartphone shipments around the world.