Friday, January 18, 2019
Facebook exposed private friend lists to app developers without their knowledge until two weeks ago, despite claiming to have blocked the service three years ago. The loophole allowed apps to collect the friend lists of anybody who had installed the...
Antonio Tajani, the parliament's president, said in a statement that the Facebook FB CEO would travel to Brussels to meet representatives of the parliament "hopefully" as soon as next week. "I welcome Mark Zuckerberg's decision to appear in person...
  The founders of Instagram have resigned from the business they started eight years ago in San Francisco and built into a global phenomenon used by a billion people. Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger founded the photo-sharing app in a co-working space in 2010. It...
Although we are a few weeks into the new year the companies are already teasing their latest and greatest technologies  for 2018. At Consumer Electronics you can see a revamped version of Sony's robot dog Aibo. Aibo has AI advancements, like...
The head of the world's most valuable company has stopped flying commercial. Apple (AAPL) now requires CEO Tim Cook to fly a private plane for "all business and personal travel," according to a regulatory filing on Wednesday. "This policy was implemented in 2017 in the...

Uber worths bilions

 Travis Kalanick,the Uber co-founder will become a billionaire. Some  investors agreed to take a large stake in the ride-hailing firm. This  consortium led by Japan's Softbank will buy a chunk of the company from  the existing shareholders as well as...
he Government is aiming to make the UK an artificial intelligence (AI) research "hotspot" under a new investment drive. Around 1,000 government-funded AI PhDs will be created and private firms will invest £300 million in the sector. Under a deal announced by Business...
Tesla's shareholders have offered a show of support for Elon Musk, rejecting a proposal to strip him of the chairman post, even after a string of issues at the electric car maker. Tesla said the proposal to force Mr Musk to hand over the...
For years, Mark Zuckerberg, the chief executive of Facebook, has been treated like a giant. In fact he is 5’7” and, as he appeared before Congress in Washington this week, he used a booster cushion to appear tall on...

Apple protects users data

Apple has launched a new privacy push that will mean the company notifying users when they send any personal data to the tech company, an apparent attempt to draw a line between the iPhone maker and companies such as...

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