Apple Inc, Alphabet Inc’s Google and Facebook Inc are among more than 60 technology companies that appear to have backed away from the legal fight against U.S.
Technology is virtually taking a turn in all spheres of human life. From mobile phones connecting people world apart to apps that are making life pretty simple. The health of an individual is the prime fuel that keeps life moving.
Ordering a taxi by app has just become even cheaper. Taxify, an Estonian competitor to Uber, will launch in the city on Tuesday with a 50% discount on fares during September to get people downloading its app.
One of Europe’s top courts is due to open a landmark case that could determine whether luxury goods companies can ban online sales. The case has been brought by German make-up and perfume brand Coty.
Prof Mozammel Huq a professor at UttarBangla University College Bangladesh on Wednesday commended Ghana for sustaining its democratic credential which has given the country recognition and respect in the world.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is once again going after his neighbours in his latest effort to ensure his 700-acre Hawaiian compound remains impenetrable.
Uber has faced more than a few service shutdowns over legal issues, but it just dodged a bullet in Egypt… at least, for a while. A court has negated a decision that would have suspended the licenses of both Uber and its local rival Careem for allegedly violating transportation laws.
I am more than just a Google/Android fanatic, I hate Apple OS with a great passion and my friend and colleague, Kwame Boakye, will testify to how much I preach Android over iOS.
Google has started the global roll-out of its new Chat messaging service, which is designed to replace SMS text messages on Android phones. Chat has features such as group texts, videos, typing indicators and read receipts, which are not available when sending SMS texts.
Bill Gates says it’s time to redirect some of the money the world spends on weapons to prepare for a looming threat: terrorists with pathogens.