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What does the FBI want Apple to do? Publish On : 17/02/2016

Apple will contest a court order to help FBI investigators access data on the phone belonging to San Bernardino gunman Syed Rizwan Farook. The company had been ordered to help the FBI circumvent security software on Farook's iPhone, which the FBI said contained crucial information.

In a statement, Apple chief executive Tim Cook said: "We oppose this order, which has ...

Facebook's latest Internet access experiment in the developing world might rely on millimeter wave technology.

That's according to patents obtained by The Verge, which reports that Facebook is researching networks that use extremely high-frequency bands, some of which are unlicensed in the U.S.

It works by taking advantage of radio frequencies that have very little ...

Field level administrative officials of the Bangladesh government have been instructed not to share their personal information on their personal Facebook pages. This directive, titled ‘Being Responsible on Social Media’, was issued by the Cabinet Division on Wednesday.

The directive, which was sent to all Divisional and District Commissioners as well as Upazila officials, further instructs officials ...

Facebook continues to attract more users and growth as it reached 1.55 billion users in the 3rd quarter of 2015. The social media giant surpassed estimates in earning by racking up $4.5 billion in revenue and $0.57 per share in the same quarter. The number of monthly users on the site increased 4.07% quarter over quarter from the ...

Google on November 3 announced a new feature called Smart Reply, which uses machine learning technology todetermine which emails can be answered with a short reply, then prepares a few possible responses for you to consider. In other words, you can now reply to email with just two taps, no typing required.

Smart Reply suggests up to ...

Mark Zuckerberg is determined to expand Internet access in India, and the rest of the world for that matter.The Facebook CEO repeated that ambition during a town hall meeting held recently at the Indian Institute of Technology in New Delhi. Zuckerberg told the audience of students and professionals that the social network’s mission is to make the Internet ...

Symantec’s investigation into a case of internal testing gone wrong failed to find a large number of certificates issued without authorization.Google wants Symantec to disclose all certificates issued by its SSL business going forward, after what Google considers a botched investigation into how Symantec employees issued SSL certificates for domain names that the company did not own.

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Alibaba, the Chinese online shopping giant, has reported revenues for the third quarter of the year up by 32 percent as compared with the same period in 2014. The figures exceeded the expectations of analysts and pushed the company’s US-listed shares up notably on recently. Alibaba’s revenues grew considerably in the third quarter despite the fact that growth ...

New extension allows clear, easy sharing from third-party apps to Facebook

According to a recent report of IDG a more than 50 billion pieces of content are shared from third-party apps to Facebook every year. That’s a massive opportunity to drive engagement for both the social network and developers, by getting users to spend more time in ...

The Senate approved a controversial information-sharing bill that detractors argue is too vague and could put Web users’ personal information in the hands of the FBI and the NSA on October 29,2015 . The differences must now be reconciled with a similar House bill in conference before being sent to President Obama, who has indicated he will sign ...

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Canon carries some of the best in the industry, including product quality, reliability and finally

Ms. Noriko Gunji has been appointed as President and CEO of Canon Singapore Private Limited (Canon Singapore), the regional headquarters for Canon in South and Southeast Asia in the year 2016. Ms. Gunji has also been appointed as Executive Officer of Canon Inc., earlier in April...