Mark Zuckerberg aims to make private messages private and ephemeral – meaning Facebook can’t read our messages, and the data doesn’t stick around for long.
Part of efforts to prevent 'meddling' in elections, social media giant promises to better monitor content ahead of elections in India, Philippines, Ukraine and Thailand.
Facebook and Google would be able to buy data from other ad market players even if they were banned from gathering information about users’ browsing.
Google Stadia lets developers build new games on a streaming platform that will allow players to access the action through the web.
The rules are aimed at settling a string of lawsuits that allege Facebook enables bias in housing, credit and employment.
As Twitter turns 13, ThePrint looks back at its journey through the growing-up years, from its launch in 2006 to going public in 2013.
Google's video game service, which launches Tuesday, is designed to allow users to play on a web browser or TV without a PlayStation and Xbox.
The RBI had asked payment firms to ensure their data is stored exclusively on local servers, making it one of the few countries with the strictest data localisation rules.
If we give up on building a better web now, then the web will not have failed us. We will have failed the web.
Today's smartphones wouldn't have existed if it weren't for Alexander Graham Bell, who fought off controversy over whether he was indeed the inventor of the first telephone.