How tech helped us get through 2020
FOUNDER AND CEO OF PORTL, DAVID NUSSBAUM, SAYING:"Instead of Skype, which is great and FaceTime, it's amazing, you know we use that stuff all the time, but what if you could stand opposite your loved ones and look at them in their eyes in their real human-sized form?"
Wirecard, the German scandal-hit payments company, said on Saturday it would proceed with business activities after filing for insolvency and expects a provisional administrator to be appointed by judicial authorities shortly.
Facebook <FB.O>, Google <GOOGL.O> and Twitter <TWTR.N> should provide monthly reports on their fight against disinformation, two senior EU officials said on Wednesday as they called out Russia and China for their roles in the spread of fake news.
Canadian cryptocurrency firm collapsed due to Ponzi scheme by late founder, regulator says
Last year's collapse of Canadian cryptocurrency trading platform Quadriga CX was due to a Ponzi scheme operated by founder Gerald Cotten, who died suddenly in December 2018, the country's biggest securities regulator said on Thursday.
Fourteen Democratic members of the U.S. House of Representatives wrote to the Federal Trade Commission on Thursday to urge it to consider probing the short video app TikTok for "blatant disregard" of a consent decree related to children's privacy.