As Facebook prepares to celebrate its 15th anniversary since its launch in 2004, the company is battling a stream of negative headlines.
Dr Iqbal Survé and AYO Technologies have issued a joint statement in response to a report by the Sunday Times, saying there "is not a single lie that has been told to the PIC".
Slack Technologies said it has filed confidentially with regulators to list the company’s shares in the US.
Nkosana Makate has hit out at Vodacom for portraying him as “greedy and unreasonable” after the company said it had been generous in its compensation offer to him.
Vodacom has asserted that its group CEO Shameel Joosub was not conflicted when he made a final offer of compensation to a former employee who proposed the Please Call Me service.
Facebook faces seven separate data-protection probes in Ireland as the country’s privacy regulator looks to take advantage of new rules that allow it to impose hefty fines.
A year after Airbus SE won what appeared to be a lifesaving order for its A380 double-decker plane, the flagship program’s future is once again on the line.
Apple Inc. apologises for a bug that let users of its FaceTime video-chat service listen in on people they contacted even before the person accepted or rejected the call.
A Malaysian startup is betting that there’s plenty of pent-up demand for a new browser that’s compliant with Islamic values, at a time of mounting concerns over privacy, bias and online abuse over the internet.
Tencent and Netease have gotten several of their less-important titles approved in China, as the world’s largest gaming market recovers from a months-long shutout that had thrown the industry into disarray.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's plans would involve stitching together the three apps’ messaging products behind the scenes, though consumers would still interact with each service separately, according to a report by the New York Times.
The production-weighted cash cost to create one Bitcoin averaged around $4 060 globally in the fourth quarter, according to analysts with JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Berkshire Partners has acquired a stake in Teraco Data Environments, becoming the biggest shareholder in Africa’s largest data-centre to capitalise on growing demand for internet and cloud-based services.
Microsoft is planning to implement self-designed ethical principles for its facial recognition technology by the end of March, as it urges governments to push ahead with matching regulation in the field.
Starbucks is expanding its venture with Uber Eats, offering delivery in San Francisco followed by expansion into other major US cities, and rolling out a new test programme in London.
China is stepping up its efforts to rein in the country’s internet, singling out Tencent’s popular news app for spreading vulgar information while shutting down more than 700 websites and thousands of apps in the span of just three weeks.
Tencent and Netease were left out again when regulators green-lit the latest batch of online games, spurring concern that China’s largest gaming companies may have to wait longer than anticipated to start making money off hit titles.
WhatsApp messaging service has begun to globally restrict the number of people a message can be forwarded to, in an attempt to fight fake and misleading information from going viral on its platform.
Tesla has received permission to start selling its Model 3 in Europe, clearing the final hurdle in bringing the electric-car maker’s top seller to the home turf of Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz.