Tech Observer Desk
Fresh troubles for Google as Russian court fines global tech major 3 million roubles for not deleting banned content
Russia in October threatened to fine Google a percentage of its annual Russian turnover for repeatedly failing to delete banned content
Any move by Facebook to quit Australia over new laws may puncture all claims of making the online world safe, warns Australian PM Scott Morrison
According to UK financial services minister John Glenthe, online is a significant source of fraud
China had imposed onerous conditions on the loan to Uganda, including potential forfeiture of the airport in case of default, sparking public outrage
The announcement comes shortly after Twitter Inc Chief Executive Officer Jack Dorsey announced to step down from his role
Kolkata Police are planning to use artificial intelligence to scan CCTV images in order to identify helmetless bikers and illegal parking in real-time and prosecute offenders.
Smart City Thiruvananthapuram Limited (SCTL) will open its charging stations at Gandhi Park to the public in an effort to promote e-mobility in the city.
According to the proposed legislation, social media companies would be considered publishers and could be held liable for defamatory comments posted on their platforms.
Facebook India's top executives are expected to testify before a parliamentary panel chaired by senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor.
Homegrown fintech startup Slice announced on Monday that it had raised $220 million in a Series B funding round led by Tiger Global and private equity firm Insight Partners.