Microsoft recently rejected a California law enforcement agency’s request to install facial recognition technology in officers’ cars and body cameras due to human rights concerns, company president Brad Smith said on Tuesday.
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IBM has reported a bigger-than-expected drop in first-quarter revenue, hurt by tapering demand for its latest mainframe computers and a stronger dollar.
Belgium's centre for cyber security has found no evidence that telecoms equipment supplied by Huawei Technology could be used for spying.
SAP aims to more than double its market value to between 250 billion euros and 300 billion euros ($282-$338 billion) by 2023.
Two out of three hotel websites inadvertently leak guests' booking details and personal data to third-party sites, including advertisers and analytics companies.
From Nike and Under Armour to Lands' End and Levi Strauss & Co, major brands are distributing clothing and accessories directly through Amazon.com.
Data protection authorities are investigating whether the EU complies with the bloc's strict data privacy rules in their software deals with Microsoft.
SAP said the head of its cloud business group had quit, the latest in a string of top departures as the technology company reshapes its operations.
U.S. security concerns about 5G mobile networks built by Chinese telecoms giant Huawei appear to be driven by politics and trade rather than any evidence.
German pharmaceutics company Bayer has contained a cyber attack it believes was hatched in China, the company said, highlighting the risk of data theft and disruption faced by big business.
Amazon.com has confirmed its plan to build a network of over 3,000 satellites through "Project Kuiper" to provide high speed internet
Facebook has taken down the data bases containing user data from AWS' cloud servers after a report from UpGuard pointed to millions of exposed records.
Microsoft and BMW have launched an initiative to create an Open Manufacturing Platform to stimulate innovation and accelerate the development of 'smart' factories.
President Xi Jinping called upon New Zealand not to discriminate against Chinese companies during a meeting with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
Apple is canceling the AirPower wireless charging mat that the company announced in 2017, a rare public retreat for the gadget maker.