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Facebook fined 1.2 billion euro over mishandling of users' data

Brussels: Following the EDPB’s binding dispute resolution decision of Apr 13, Meta Platforms Ireland Limited (Meta IE) was issued a 1.2 billion euro fine following an inquiry into i ...

Post-pandemic world economy still feeling COVID-19’s sting

New York: Prospects for a robust global economic recovery remain dim as the lingering effects of the COVID-19 pandemic carry on, according to the UN’s latest World Economic Situatio ...

Vodafone plans to slash 11,000 jobs over next three years

Telecom major Vodafone on Tuesday said it might cut 11,000 jobs over three years.

Smartphone gloom: China's Oppo to stop chip development

Beijing: Popular Chinese smartphone maker Oppo has cited the uncertainty in the global economy and the gloomy smartphone market as the reason behind its decision to shut down its semicond ...

Elon Musk officially names Linda Yaccarino as Twitter CEO

Elon Musk on Friday officially named longtime media executive Linda Yaccarino as the new CEO of Twitter, a crucial move announced by him since buying the micro-blogging site.

Elon Musk finds new Twitter CEO, rumours suggest it is Linda Yaccarino

Twitter chief Elon Musk on Friday said he has found a new chief executive for micro-blogging site Twitter.

Tech majors Apple and Google lead initiative for an industry specification to address unwanted tracking

Tech majors Apple and Google recently jointly submitted a proposed industry specification to help combat the misuse of Bluetooth location-tracking devices for unwanted tracking.

Fresh graduates in China angry over growing unemployment

Beijing: Chinese fresh graduates are dissatisfied and angry over growing unemployment in the country as they are facing difficulties in getting jobs matching their qualifications, Tibet P ...

Non-manufacturing sector in China continues to maintain expansion in April

Beijing: The composite purchasing managers' index (PMI) of China stood at 54.4 in April, which continued to maintain expansion, indicating that enterprise production and business acti ...