Deal talks for TikTok’s U.S. operations have been complicated by the key question of whether the app’s core algorithms can be included as part of a deal, according to people familiar with the matter.
Amazon is launching a new fleet of bigger, boxier trucks like those favoured by rival package carriers United Parcel Service and FedEx, as it fights to fix widespread pandemic-fueled delivery delays that sent customers into the arms of competitors like Walmart.
India’s latest e-commerce policy draft includes steps that could help local startups and impose government oversight on how companies handle data.
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Twitter, Reddit and a group representing major Internet firms backed two documentary film groups that have challenged the Trump Administration's 2019 rules requiring nearly all US visitors to disclose social media user information from the prior five years.
Amazon.com Inc said it was removing certain images after messages using extremely strong racist abuse appeared on some listings on its UK website when users searched for Apple's AirPods and other similar products.
With the scheduled launch of two NASA astronauts into orbit Wednesday, Space Exploration Technologies aims to propel the U.S. into a historic new era of commercially led space exploration.
Amazon.com said on Friday it would make an "appropriate" executive available to the US House of Representatives Judiciary Committee to testify about allegations related to how the company uses third-party sellers' data.
Amazon.com Inc has started to use thermal cameras at its warehouses to speed up screening for feverish workers who could be infected with the coronavirus, employees told Reuters.
Investors have largely turned bullish on megacap tech names, even in the face of terrible economic and jobless data and a looming recession.
A U.S. judge said Amazon.com Inc is likely to succeed on a key argument of its challenge to the U.S. Department of Defense's decision to award cloud computing deal worth up to $10 billion to Microsoft Corp.
A U.S. judge said Amazon.com Inc is likely to succeed in its challenge to the U.S. Department of Defense's decision to award an up to $10 billion cloud computing deal to Microsoft Corp.