In a statement released on Tuesday, the European Commission (EC) has revealed that it has initiated an investigation into social network Facebook's $19 billion acquisition of WhatsApp instant messaging service in 2014, to find out whether Facebook had provided misleading information during the acquisition.
Last week, spokespersons from Microsoft and IBM told BuzzFeed and Hill that their companies will take a stand against President-elect Donald Trump's 'Muslim registry' proposal.
According to the information disclosed by the spokesperson from Microsoft and IBM, the two companies will oppose Trump's idea of building a Muslin registry in the US.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has issued a new report on the structural failure which caused the crash landing of Facebook's solar-powered drone Aquila's first test flight. The crash took place on June 28, outside Yuma, Arizona.
According to the NTSB's report, the crash landing of the Aquila drone's first test flight was caused by the failure of its right wing. The report also said that the drone was struck by a strong, hot gust of wind from below, five seconds before landing.
According to security experts, Yahoo's pending sale of its core assets to Verizon could get disrupted because of its move to force some users to reset their passwords after its disclosure of a security breach on Wednesday. Verizon is offering $4.83 billion to Yahoo to acquire its core assets.
Yahoo had revealed on Wednesday that it was hit by a hacking attack -- the biggest data breach ever identified by the company -- in August 2013.
In a statement released on Wednesday, Yahoo disclosed that it was hit by a hacking attack in August 2013, in which more than 1 billion user accounts were affected. The company also said that the hack also likely affected the government employee data.
The disclosure of the August 2013 hack by Yahoo is the second major data breach to have been disclosed by the company after its September revelation of a widespread hack which took place in 2014, and affected nearly 500 million accounts.
Tech giant Apple has recently released a standalone support application - the new Apple Support app - for iOS users in the US. The app, though already available for download from the US App Store, bears a US launch date of December 14.
In announcing the launch of the new Apple Support app in the US, Apple said that the app will also be rolled out in some more countries in the next few weeks.
In a move which marks the expansion of the Pokémon roster in the popular Pokémon GO mobile game, developer Niantic Labs has announced the release of a new update introducing some new creatures in the July 2016-launched game.
In announcing the new update, Niantic said that, with effect from Monday, December 12, the new creatures which can now be collected by Pokémon GO gamers include Togepi, Pichu, and some "select Pokémon" from the Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver iterations.
Ubisoft's much-anticipated open world tactical shooter video game 'Ghost Recon: Wildlands' is scheduled for launch in March 2017. The game will mark the latest addition to Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon series.
The forthcoming 'Ghost Recon: Wildlands' game is an action-adventure game which was first announced by Ubisoft at the E3 2015 event. The game has been garnering a lot of buzz ever since its announcement.
On Thursday, Rony Abovitz - the CEO of the secretive virtual reality (VR) startup Magic Leap - said in a Twitter post that Magic Leap's flagship VR headset is not being over-hyped by the company.
Though Abovitz, a biomedical engineer, has hinted in a series of tweets that some issues have been experienced by Magic Leap with the early prototypes of its VR headset, he has rebuffed The Information's recent report that the capabilities of the headset - identical to everyday sunglasses - have apparently been "oversold" by the company.
Nintendo is set to launch its first proper mobile game - called 'Super Mario run' - on December 15, 2016.
The forthcoming Super Mario Run game - which will bring Nintendo's popular mustachioed plumber Mario to mobile devices - is an old-school side-scrolling adventure, marking Nintendo's first serious experiment with selling games sans hardware.
In announcing the upcoming launch of Super Mario run next Thursday, Nintendo said that the game is first being released for the iOS devices --- the iPhone and iPad. Later, an Android version of the game will also be rolled out.