While automation has without doubt made commercial flying much safer, the man-versus-machine conundrum has been central to civil aviation for years
Users are already moving from open-sharing on Facebook to closed groups on WhatsApp. Mark Zuckerberg is merely preparing to shift resources to follow them.
Following the Ethiopian Airlines crash, Boeing is working in a systems upgrade for the 737 Max fleet sitting idle across the world, and will also have to compensate airlines for flight disruptions.
At least 40 people were killed in mass shooting in two mosques in New Zealand's Christchurch.
Microblogging site Twitter, which has usually been slow to change, is opening up to experimentation and new products to persuade more people to join the service.
Users of the Mark Zukerberg-headed social media giant and its family of platforms have been facing issues with logging in, posting and sending images or were being shown error messages.
Both the Ethiopian Airlines crash and last October’s Lion Air jet crash were of the same Boeing 737 Max make, and faced similar erratic flights before crashing.
The Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 and Lion Air crashes were two deadly incidents involved Boeing's 737 and claimed close to 350 lives.
Technology users see cyber threats as economic disablers and cybersecurity as an economic burden.
Modi’s likeness and cartoons appear in a host of apps, ranging from gaming apps, selfie apps to those for WhatsApp.