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More platform players reject Russian aggression, stop sales there

Game publishers such as Epic Games, Ubisoft, Take-Two and Activision-Blizzard are joining the boycott of Russia by pausing the sale of games in the country. As the pressure from economic sanctions against Russia increases, companies...

TikTok rolls out support for 10-minute videos, challenges YouTube

TikTok, the viral platform that became wildly popular because of its once ubiquitous short-video model, is now allowing a select number of creators to upload videos up to 10-minute long. “We’re always thinking about new...

Russia tells TikTok not to recommend military content to minors

Russia's communications regulator has demanded TikTok stop including military-related content in recommended posts for minors, in an announcement shared in its official Telegram channel. The regulator Roskomnadzor said it had identified content on the video-sharing...

Facebook launches Reels globally, betting on ‘fastest growing’ format

Facebook is launching its short video feature Reels to more than 150 countries, its owner Meta Platforms has said, in a move to expand its fastest growing content format. The social media giant, which recently...

Meta shares sink 20% as Facebook loses daily users for the first time

Meta Platforms Inc's shares plunged more than 20% after the social media company posted a weaker-than-expected forecast, blaming Apple's privacy changes and increased competition for users from rivals like TikTok. Facebook’s global daily active users...

UK politicians: ‘Big Tech’ should reimburse victims of online scams

Big tech companies whose online platforms carry advertisements for scams should be made to reimburse victims, British lawmakers said, as part of wider efforts to combat a growing epidemic of online fraud in the...

Google posts strong holiday sales, Alphabet shares surge

Alphabet Inc has beaten fourth-quarter sales expectations as the search giant's internet advertising, cloud computing and hardware businesses benefited from holiday shopping, sending shares up more than 7% in after-hours trading. The results were the...

Facebook appeals UK ruling that it must sell Giphy

Facebook-owner Meta is appealing the UK's ruling that it must sell animated images platform Giphy, saying the evidence does not support the finding that the deal is a threat to its rivals or could...

Russia fines Twitter, along with Meta and TikTok over banned content

Russia fined Twitter, Facebook owner Meta Platforms and TikTok on Thursday for failing to delete content the government deems illegal, a Moscow court said, the latest in a string of penalties against foreign technology...

Biden administration reviewing app security recommendations

The Biden administration is holding talks among federal agencies about the security of Americans' data and whether the US government has adequate tools. In June, President Joe Biden withdrew a series of Trump-era executive orders...

Alibaba’s e-commerce empire under threat from Douyin, Pinduoduo

For more than a decade, Alibaba Group has been China's undisputed e-commerce king but of late its crown has shown signs of slipping, unsettled by an influx of aggressive competitors into the sector. This week,...

Tech regulation leads the agenda at UK G7 forum

Governments, tech leaders and policymakers discussed working together to ensure the internet remains open and democratic, and to improve online safety by better regulation at a conference in London, a prominent British minister said. The...