Technology
22 January 2017

 

 

Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday attended a court trial in U.S. defending his company against claims that the virtual-reality of Facebook's Oculus headset was stolen.

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Iran has said it is ready to have strong presence in the field of information and communications technology in Afghanistan and Iraq, it has been reported.

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Facebook launched its Journalism Project on Wednesday as the world's biggest social media network looks to deepen its relationship with news organizations.

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Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg who once identified himself as an atheist has recently suggested that he is no longer an atheist.

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After rolling out live video feature, Facebook is now planning to let its users to broadcast only audio content.

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Yahoo said on Wednesday it had discovered another massive cyber attack, which affected more than 1 billion user accounts in August 2013, in what is seen as the largest data breach in history.

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Microsoft founder Bill Gates and more than a dozen of the world's wealthiest people have established a $1 billion fund on Sunday to foster major advances in clean energy production.

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Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, and YouTube have plan to create a database that contains "digital fingerprints" of the content.

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Facebook has briefly blocked fake news detector plug-in known as BS Detector after fake news reports about BS Detector falsely claimed that it was created by Facebook.

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Facebook on Tuesday rolled out a feature that allows users to play popular games such as Pac-Man and Space Invaders, the firm's latest attempt to get users spend more time on its main app.

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