Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg could be summoned by a UK parliamentary committee to answer their questions

Rick Dickinson was a British industrial designer who developed Sinclair computer designs

Search engine giant Google will give parents more control over the YouTube Kids app

Amazon's smart assistant Alexa will now encourage children to say "Please," and: "Thank you"

Microsoft has followed Google in changing the handgun emoji with a water pistol

These measures are part of Google’s efforts to toughen data privacy laws

Messaging service WhatsApp will banned under-16 children from using its platform in the European Union.

YouTube has been accused of breaking child protection laws by collecting data on those under-13 years of age

A Facebook page linked to Black Lives Matter movement was found to be fake and has been removed

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Facebook is under immense pressure to explain the data breach carried out by firm Cambridge Analytica

Uber’s self-driving car was recently involved in a fatal accident in Arizona

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is under immense pressure to make personal appearance at investigations

Sophia, the first robot to be given Saudi Arabia nationality, has appeared on the cover page of Cosmopolitan India

WhatsApp has rolled out several new features in its latest Android and iOS updates

Adrian Lamo best known for disclosing the name of Wikileaks source Chelsea Manning, has died at the age of 37

Blackberry has announced that CEO John Chen will continue to remain at the post through at least November 2023

Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk has put forward another idea-to test flights for Mars spaceship

Amazon has promised to fix a creepy crackle coming from its best seeling voice assistant Alexa, starling users

A recent Twitter study has confirmed a truth which has been in public domain for quite some time now

The New York Times in an online article mistakenly referred to the Great Recession as "the time of shedding and cold rocks"

A robot developed by two US scientists has created a new world record in solving the rubik's cube

Twitter has appointed Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay alumnus Parag Agrawal as its new Chief Technology Officer

Facebook and Google have been accused of raking in profits from pop-up brothels by Britain's National Crime Agency

Microsoft founder Bill Gates believes Crypto-currencies are killing people in a "fairly direct way"

Facebook's Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg has warned that not all interactions on its platform are good for people

Twitter has launched a new feature- Bookmarks- which will let users to save particular tweets in the 'Bookmarks' section

Google will soon add support for more than 30 languages including Hindi at its digital assistant platform

Elon Musk has quit the board of non-profit artificial intelligence (AI) research company "OpenAI"

Google has launched a default advertisement blocker for its Chrome web browser

American YouTube vlogger has suffered another set back after YouTube suspended advertising on his channels

Facebook is testing a new "downvote" button that will allow users to hide comments and provide feedback about them

Facebook owned Instagram has launched two new features, Type Mode and Carousel Ads, for users and advertisers respectively

Facebook has filed a patent for a technology that automatically detects a users' socio-economic status

Online retailer Amazon has reported a profit of near $2 billion on Thursday, the largest in its history

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday announced that WhatsApp has now 1.5 billion monthly active users

Apple has reported a record $20bn (£14bn) in quarterly profits even as it sold fewer iPhones

YouTube is working on policy changes to deal with video makers who post videos that damage the platform's reputation

Sony's chief executive Kazuo Hirai is stepping down and will hand over the reins to chief financial officer Kenichiro Yoshida

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