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Can the US President not tweet he would 'force' against protestors? Twitter hides his tweet

Twitter’s move escalated the battle between the White House and social media firms.

24 Jun 2020 5:15 PM

‘Hey Siri’ tech trick lets people pulled over by cops in US record video on command

“Siri police shortcut” was getting traction on social media after software developer Robert Peterson tweeted a link to its latest version.

19 Jun 2020 10:06 PM

Google ads expels firm trying to cash in on hate against Black protests

Google stopped giving ads to ZeroHedge, warned The Federalist that it could be blocked from Google Ads for violating policy about content.

17 Jun 2020 5:10 PM

Microsoft, Amazon, IBM decision to stop face scan tech for police use may not have impact

Companies that dominate the market in the US are less well known, including the Tokyo-based NEC and European companies Idemia and Gemalto.

12 Jun 2020 4:26 PM

How diverse is the workforce in companies that are expressing solidarity with #BlackLivesMatter?

Associated Press reviewed the diversity reports of some of the biggest companies, including tech giants Microsoft and Amazon.

11 Jun 2020 4:30 PM

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Sara trolled mercilessly

Her post showed an illustration of several hands of varied skin-colours along with a trunk of an elephant

06 Jun 2020 5:07 PM

No place for hate: Satya Nadella speaks up for Black Americans, as he did for Muslim Indians

“There is no place for hate and racism in our society. Empathy and shared understanding are a start, but we must do more,” Nadella said.

02 Jun 2020 3:06 PM

Sundar Pichai throws Google's weight behind black community in US; had opposed Muslim ban earlier

Although he did not comment on the discriminating Citizenship Amendment Act in India, he has spoken up for Muslims during Trump’s Muslim ban

01 Jun 2020 7:07 PM

Muslim teen writes 'BlackLivesMatter' 100 times, gets into Stanford University

He proudly tweeted his answer and his acceptance letter to the prestigious American university, which boasts 20 applications per place.

05 Apr 2017 8:03 PM

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