Facebook

Facebook Supports Political Ad Bill and Puts Limits on ‘Issue Ads

  For the first time on Friday, Facebook Inc. backed proposed legislation that would require social media websites to reveal the identities of those who purchase online political campaign ads. The social network also introduced a new verification process for buyers of ‘issue’ ads, which have previously been used for sowing discord on the internet. ...
Continue Reading »
Apple

Apple’s Battery Problems Continue in China

  Pressure seems to be rising on Apple Inc. in China as complaints came in from a Shanghai consumer group, which is associated with the government loosely. According to the group, there are problems with the batteries used in the iPhone 6 devices of the US smartphone manufacturer. It was stated by the Shanghai Customer ...
Continue Reading »
Automotive

Uber Agrees to Settle Suit Amidst Protests

In order to bring an end to a lawsuit filed against the company in California, Uber Technologies Inc. decided to make a settlement worth $25 million. According to prosecutors in San Francisco and Los Angeles, the civil lawsuit accused the ride-sharing firm of misleading customers about the strength and reliability of the background checks carried ...
Continue Reading »
Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg Had to Apologize for The Actions of Facebook Director

Internet has shown the world that even the greatest people of the world could make huge and silly mistakes. There have been several instances on the internet where some big personality made some seriously offensive comments and then had to apologize. Such a thing has recently happened with Facebook as the director of the world’s ...
Continue Reading »
Yahoo

Yahoo Board to Decide Future of the Company

This week, a series of meetings have been planned by the Yahoo Inc.’s board to consider selling off the declining internet business of the company and make a decision about what to do with most of the company’s valuable stake in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, the Chinese e-commerce leader. Sessions will begin from Wednesday onwards ...
Continue Reading »
Facebook

Facebook to Enable Safety Check More Widely

The largest social network activated its Safety Check tool during the terrorist attacks that occurred in Paris on Friday, which helped a lot of people in assuring their friends and family about their safety. Amidst criticism from other countries, Facebook said that it would activate it more widely. Nevertheless, deciding when to activate the Safety ...
Continue Reading »
Tech News

Qualcomm Continues to Struggle in China

Last week, Qualcomm’s investors got spooked due to the company’s inability to sign deals with some of the biggest handset makers in China and its share price had tumbled on Thursday by 15% before making a 5% recovery on Friday. Two of the biggest smartphone makers in the world, Lenovo Group Ltd. and Xiaomi Corp ...
Continue Reading »
1 2 11