Helen Dixon, Ireland’s data protection commissioner, will soon gain vast new authority to investigate and fine an array of technology giants with regional headquarters in Ireland.
As Facebook’s chief product officer, Chris Cox will oversee key products, including the social network itself, Instagram, Messenger and WhatsApp.
Michael Luckow is one of the creators of the cryptocurrency start-up Envion. Despite its early promise, investors worry they have lost whatever money they put into the young company.
“I don’t know what we offered Amazon in terms of financial incentives, but I believe Amazon wants to see the biggest incentive package that any city will offer them,” said Leslie Pool, a member of the Austin City Council.
Matt Apuzzo, an investigative reporter for The New York Times, in Estonia this month. “I prefer face-to-face conversations whenever possible,” he said.
The start-up Color Genomics has quickly become a leader in employee genetic screening and counseling. It tests for harmful genetic mutations that could increase the risk of developing certain hereditary cancers or high cholesterol.
Cade Metz, The New York Times's emerging technologies reporter, answered reader questions on Facebook Live, about two newly discovered security flaws that are almost universal.
Late last year, Snapchat began separating chats and stories from friends from the content of media properties. Its parent company said the redesign was a major reason for a disappointing earnings report on Tuesday.
Qualcomm has been awaiting regulatory approval from China to complete its $44 billion acquisition of NXP Semiconductors.
Facebook introduced Messenger Kids, for children as young as 6, last month.
The start-up Spacious has turned 25 restaurants, including the Milling Room in Manhattan, into a co-working space during the day.
Instagram, owned by Facebook, is expanding its anti-bullying initiative in an effort to rid the popular social media site of bullies.
Maj. Gen. Abbas Ibrahim, the director of Lebanon’s main internal intelligence agency. The agency appears to have been spying on some people’s Android mobile devices and desktop computers, researchers say.
Paul Mozur, a New York Times reporter, tried on a pair of facial recognition glasses in a train station in the central Chinese city of Zhengzhou. He said they were not exactly slick or all that functional.
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, leaving a meeting with Senator Bill Nelson, Democrat of Florida, on Monday in Washington.
Facebook executives from Mark Zuckerberg on down have been almost comically tripped up by some of the most basic questions the site faces.
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