German data protection authorities said they had blocked Facebook from collecting subscriber data from its subsidiary WhatsApp.
28 september 2016, 18:55Germany blocks WhatsApp data transfers to Facebook
03 august 2016, 16:38China's online population exceeds 700 million
27 july 2016, 17:42Police, cyber firms tackle 'ransomware' hacking threat
07 april 2016, 14:21Line removes satirical Thai royal family emoticons
09 march 2016, 00:07US regulator unveils low-income broadband subsidy plan
10 february 2016, 18:32Opera Software welcomes Chinese consortium's $1.2 billion bid
06 january 2016, 20:37Tweets too short? Twitter mulling 10,000 characters
05 january 2016, 20:10App usage soars as smartphones take hold
25 december 2015, 15:26Turkish Internet servers reeling under huge cyber attack
17 november 2015, 14:13Facebook 'safety check' at the ready after Paris attacks
23 october 2015, 17:10Twitter chief Dorsey gives chunk of stock to workers
16 october 2015, 16:22YouTube Gaming adds mobile play streaming
28 september 2015, 15:57India PM makes rock star appearance at Facebook
23 september 2015, 14:34Instagram tops 400 million users
09 september 2015, 15:29Facebook business pages closer to becoming online shops
04 september 2015, 14:32Intel putting $50 mn into quantum computing research
03 september 2015, 12:28Wikipedia blocks accounts linked to paid edits
02 september 2015, 12:16Google changes logo to better suit mobile devices
28 august 2015, 13:08Instagram images no longer just squares
25 august 2015, 17:34Russia lifts Wikipedia ban after it edits drugs entry
13 august 2015, 11:55Twitter lifts limits on direct messages between users
31 july 2015, 13:13Facebook ready to test Internet-beaming drones
30 july 2015, 10:49Yahoo unveils silent video chat app
14 july 2015, 13:30Google removes Chinese name on map after Philippine furore
08 july 2015, 11:06Microsoft tweaks streaming music plan for Windows 10
04 july 2015, 15:18Facegloria: Facebook for Brazil's Evangelicals
03 july 2015, 16:01Mobile Internet speed in Kazakhstan increases
01 july 2015, 14:09Facebook's Zuckerberg wants to figure out social equation
29 june 2015, 14:28Kazakhstan’s PM Massimov concerned over calls to jihad on Facebook and through WhatsApp
24 june 2015, 10:55Instagram targets real-time events in Twitter challenge
18 june 2015, 16:30YouTube plays to video game loving viewers
19 may 2015, 12:43YouTube may show anti-muslim video: appeals court
14 may 2015, 08:25Kazakhstan ranks 58th in broadband Internet speed ranking
13 may 2015, 15:08Facebook hooks up with publishers for 'Instant Articles'
08 may 2015, 11:25Facebook not an information bubble: researchers
02 may 2015, 15:56London Eye lit by Facebook election chat
22 april 2015, 12:28Facebook shifts News Feed, gives priority to friends
21 april 2015, 14:04Twitter expands privacy on direct messages
18 april 2015, 15:21Facebook strips smiles from fake 'like' sellers
09 april 2015, 16:14Activists file Facebook class action suit in Austria
07 april 2015, 08:51Halo Online to be open for Kazakhstani gamers
26 march 2015, 16:22Twitter chief vows to help Indonesia fight disasters
26 march 2015, 15:06Facebook bets on Messenger app, opens it to developers
20 march 2015, 19:25Tengrinews experiences largest DDoS attack in Kazakhstan
18 march 2015, 10:41Facebook rolling out payments to friends in Messenger
26 february 2015, 13:31Gmail available in Burmese, the email's 74th language
13 february 2015, 13:05When YouTube stars go offline and meet up 'live'
12 february 2015, 10:15Facebook, partners unveil alliance on cybersecurity
07 february 2015, 11:17Google free mapping service adds local guides
23 january 2015, 12:20YouTube stars quiz Obama
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