Norway has become the first country in the world to shut down national broadcasts of its FM radio network

Amazon has finally bowed down to pressure from Google and Apple and has agreed to sell Google Chromecast and Apple TV

Toshiba has settled a legal dispute with partner Western Digital regarding the sale of its coveted chip business

Google is gearing up to set up a new Artificial Intelligence (AI) research centre in China

Facebook has made has some changes in decade old poke feature and now users will also eb able to send a wink, high-five, hug

Google map service will soon roll out a new update to introduce live guidance and interactive real-time notifications while travelling

Apple’s Chief Design Officer Jony Ive has returned to the helm of affairs in design team after a two year hiatus

American space agency NASA's Kepler telescope has made its latest discovery using Google’s machine learning

Facebook has published its new internal workplace harassment policy which defines harassment as unwelcome sexual advances

A hidden software that can record every letter typed on a computer keyboard has been found pre installed on hundreds of HP laptop models

Cyrptocurrency Bitcoin continued its unprecedented rollercoaster ride on Friday as it crossed the $17,000 mark albeit briefly

A guy has managed to earn £12.3 million from YouTube in 2017 and has become the richest YouTuber of the year

The US city of San Francisco has restricted the usage of robots to deliver goods to keep the areas open for pedestrian walking

Bitcoin has registered a record growth in value in the last one month and keeping the trend alive, it has breached the $15,000 mark

US industrial group General Electric is in the process to cut 18% of its global workforce to handle financial problems

A day after it was alleged that Indian army has stopped using SHAREit citing it a spyware, the company said it is perfectly safe

Internet entrepreneurs Cameron Winklevoss and Tyler Winklevoss have become the world’s first Bitcoin billionaires

Ride sharing firm Uber has been sued in USA for concealing a massive data hack that affected nearly 57 million accounts around the world

Facebook has unveiled a new messenger app which has been designed specifically for children aged 13 and below

Sundar Pichai has made a strong pitch for the return of Google to China saying the company is helping various Chinese companies in global markets

An enquiry has been started to check whether Facebook and Google has harmed the media sector in Australia by their influence on social media

Social media giant Facebook is all set to open a new London office, its biggest engineering hub outside the US

WhatsApp is likely to give more power to group administrators in future

Twitter has announced that its Twitter Lite app that was introduced in April is now available in over 24 countries

Social media platform Instagram is now home to more than 25 million businesses, a rise of 10 million from July this year

Google has launched a new mobile application called "Datally" for Android users which allow users to monitor and control data

Chip maker Qualcomm has sought a ban on sales of iPhones running Intel chips in US

Amazon has announced its decision to expand its Alexa digital assistant from homes to the workplace

Apple has released a new application called Apple Heart Study that will alert users when they have irregular heart rhythms

Microsoft on Thursday rolled out final version of its Edge browser for Android and iOS devices

Elon Musk, founder of Tesla, has bid through his infrastructure firm, the Boring Company, to build a new transport link in Chicago

Ride sharing firm Uber has revealed that the data breach it tried to hide has affected at least 2.7 million British users

Facebook has turned off a system that led advertisers to choose which ethnicity or minority group they want to address their adverts to

YouTube is following in on the steps of other major technological giants and is testing an Instagram stories like feature called Reels

American Airlines' Christians operation is at risk after the airlines accidently gave too much Christmas holidays to its pilots because of a computer glitch

Cupertino giant Apple has apologised for a security flaw that affected all Mac devices which ran the latest version of High Sierra

Google has been accused of collecting personal data of millions of users without their knowledge in UK and is facing a mass legal action

Personal data of selected graduates of Oxford and Cambridge Universities has been feared stolen, as per a report by The Sunday Telegraph

YouTube has faced criticism for its disturbing autocomplete results which suggested paedophilic content and child pornography

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