Published: Mar 03, 2022
A host of tech companies have limited distribution of Russian news outlets RT and Sputnik and blocked advertising as the European Commission readies a ban on the two out of concern that they are spreading misinformation.
Published: Mar 02, 2022
Some of America's best-known companies including Apple, Google, Ford, Harley-Davidson and Exxon Mobil rebuked and rejected Russia for its invasion of Ukraine, under steady pressure from investors and consumers decrying the violence.
Published: Feb 15, 2022
The words “work from hotel” and cryptocurrency accounted for 1,600 per cent and 263 per cent, respectively, of total Google searches in Thailand last year, owing mainly to Covid-related restrictions and rising interest in digital assets.
Published: Nov 25, 2021
Netizens primarily used Google to search for information relating to lotteries, while going on Facebook to follow information they were interested in, the Thai Media Fund said on Wednesday following a study.
Published: Nov 17, 2021
Epic Games Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Sweeney renewed his attack on Apple and Google as the worlds dominant mobile duopoly before calling for a universal app store that works across all operating systems as the solution.
Published: Sep 29, 2021
Google is on a collision course with advertisers and publishers who fired off a fresh antitrust complaint with the European Union in the run up to the U.S. tech giants court fight over a record $5 billion antitrust fine.
Published: Sep 26, 2021
Whether you ever thought about it or not, some of the biggest tech companies in the world are duking it out for a spot on your wrist. But should you actually offer it to Apple, Google or Samsung?
Published: Sep 16, 2021
Google, under fire in South Korea for allegedly abusing others with its market power, on Wednesday hit back at the criticism, arguing it contributed 11.9 trillion won ($10.25 billion) in economic benefits to Koreans last year.