Google has adjusted its privacy settings so that it retains less user data in an effort to keep personal information safe.
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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has defended the platform’s decision to fact-check Donald Trump’s tweets after Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg questioned the move.
Facebook has changed the name of the digital wallet to be used with its new cryptocurrency, the latest in a number of changes to the digital currency and its ecosystem.
Researchers in Australia claim they may have successfully achieved the fastest Internet data speed ever, capable of downloading a thousand high-definition movies in less than a second.
More than 50 million pieces of content were given warning labels on Facebook for being misleading in relation to coronavirus, the social network has revealed.
Zoom has announced plans to introduce end-to-end encryption after confirming the acquisition of a secure messaging and file-sharing service.
Apple has confirmed its first virtual developer conference will begin on 22 June. The annual conference is traditionally the event where Apple showcases the latest software updates for its products.
WhatsApp has introduced new stricter limits on message forwarding in a bid to stop the spread of disinformation.
Zoom has apologised to users over security and privacy issues that have plagued the platform, pledging to make changes in the coming weeks.
As millions face more time inside as part of self-isolation and social distancing due to the coronavirus pandemic, people are turning to video-calling apps to stay in touch.