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India bans scores of apps including many from China

India banned 43 mobile apps, including many from China, with which it is locked in a military standoff along their border in the Himalayas. India’s...

Twitter launches disappearing tweets that vanish in a day

Twitter is launching tweets that disappear in 24 hours globally, echoing social media sites like Snapchat, Facebook and Instagram that already have disappearing posts. The...

China promises market opening amid technology push

China will promote “technological self-reliance” under the ruling Communist Party’s latest five-year plan but will open further to trade, officials said on Friday. The comments...

Nokia to build moon’s first 4G network for Nasa programme

Nokia says it has been asked by Nasa to build the first mobile communications network on the moon. The Finnish telecommunications equipment maker said on...

Instagram to tackle ‘hidden advertising’ after competition watchdog probe

Instagram has pledged to do more to stop hidden advertising appearing on the platform following a probe by the UK’s competition watchdog. The Competition and...

Zoom unveils new features as it pushes to be the ‘future of communications’

Video conferencing tool Zoom has unveiled a range of new features, including quick in-call access to other apps such as Dropbox and an events...

Facebook will stop political adverts in US after Election Day

Facebook will stop running political adverts in the US after polls close in the presidential election for an undetermined period of time. The social media...

Democrats call for Congress to rein in and break up Big Tech

US Democrats are calling for Congress to rein in several Big Tech companies, possibly forcing Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple to break up their...

US judge temporarily blocks TikTok ban

A US judge has temporarily blocked an order which would have banned the popular video sharing app TikTok from smartphone app stores in the...

WeChat could face immediate ban in US

The US Justice Department is seeking an immediate ban on downloads of WeChat in Apple and Google app stores. It said the Chinese-owned messaging...

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