He already has millions of Twitter followers and has spoken of the wonders of new technology. Now the Dalai Lama has launched a new iPhone app so devotees can keep track of his travels and teachings.
Hurricane Irma, bitcoin, sex scandal and royal romance made up some of the hot topics explored this year at internet giant Google.
Bitcoin surged past $18,000 after making its debut on a major global exchange but was trading lower on Monday, highlighting the volatility of the controversial digital currency that has some investors excited but others nervous.
US regulators are gearing up for a vote on a plan which — depending on your viewpoint — would “restore internet freedom” or, alternatively, result in “the death of the internet” as we know it.
America’s media giants have seen this movie before: Big Tech enters an industry with piles of cash and new ways of doing business, devastating the competition.
The world’s biggest music streaming platform Spotify of Sweden and China’s Tencent said on Friday they had agreed to take minority stakes in each other.
France’s finance minister unveiled Friday a decree that would make it the first nation in Europe to allow the trading of some non-listed securities using the blockchain technology that underpins cryptocurrencies.
Bitcoin surged towards a fresh record of $17 000 late Thursday afternoon triggering a warning the cryptocurrency was “like a charging train with no brakes.”
Facebook on Monday unveiled a version of its Messenger application for children, aimed at enabling kids under 12 to connect with others under parental supervision.
Google is to deploy a staff of 10,000 to hunt down extremist content on its YouTube platform following recent criticism, the video-sharing site’s chief executive told Britain’s Daily Telegraph Tuesday.
A member of the US National Security Agency’s elite hacking team has been charged with illegally removing top secret materials, in an embarrassing breach for the crucial electronic espionage body.