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Amazon to sell own-brand groceries – report

  •   16/05/2016 10:25:07 PM
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The world's largest internet-based retailer, Amazon, will soon offer its own private-branded food and household items, the Wall Street Journal reports.

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Google’s Alphabet topped Apple (for a few hours)

  •   13/05/2016 08:34:21 PM
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Apple slipped to second-banana status on Wall Street — but just for a few hours.

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China is winning its war against internet freedom

  •   10/05/2016 07:29:18 PM
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So big as to be synonymous with the internet itself, the world watched to see how China would respond

Dataminr says it first notified clients about the March attacks in Brussels 10 minutes ahead of news media. PHOTO: GEERT VANDEN/ZUMA PRESS

Twitter Bars Intelligence Agencies F-rom Using Analytics Service

  •   09/05/2016 10:00:29 AM
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Social media firm cuts access to Dataminr, a service used to identify unfolding terror attacks, political unrest

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C pays 10-year-old $10,000 for finding Instagram security flaw

  •   05/05/2016 10:28:55 PM
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Amazon gives Prime Now its own website to get you to shop even more

  •   04/05/2016 01:13:46 AM
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Amazon’s Prime Now rapid delivery service now has its own website so Prime members no longer have to use the app to place orders.

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Brazil blocks WhatsApp

  •   03/05/2016 09:06:13 PM
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Starting about 2 p.m., the app ceased to function, a move sure to frustrate and anger Brazilians who use the messaging and free-calling functions regularly.

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Facebook rolls out Messenger, Instagram for Windows 10

  •   29/04/2016 12:18:51 AM
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Fresh off its stellar earnings report, which owed much to its remarkable mobile performance, Facebook is giving a little focus back to the desktop.

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Good news for investors: Google still thumbs nose at Wall St.

  •   26/04/2016 06:28:13 AM
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Technology investors who bought shares of Alphabet last year on optimism that new CFO Ruth Porat would increase fiscal discipline were disappointed Friday.

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Social media cries foul over Twitter's new China boss

  •   20/04/2016 09:22:11 AM
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So Twitter now has a managing director in China - a Chinese woman who used to be in the military - and online activists on the open side of the Great Firewall are freaking out.

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Five Amazon Prime perks you don't want to miss

  •   16/04/2016 12:22:35 AM
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Amazon is one the largest retailers in the world with a market value of more than $250 billion. One reason for that huge number is quite simple: People love Amazon.

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