Facebook is in critical condition as a third of its advertisers pull out from the platform.
The growing geopolitical tension between India and China led to a major blow to Chinese technology companies.
The American telecom company Verizon said that it’s finally pulling back its advertisements from Facebook.
Ford Motors clinched a deal with technology company Vodafone to exclusively install a private 5G services.
The central bank of the Latin powerhouse Brazil suspends WhatsApp’s payment services a week after the latest setback for Facebook.
Apple Kicked off its annual Worldwide Developers Conference with a keynote Monday yesterday.
Apple once again rejects Facebook’s gaming application from the iOS App Store.
Samsung plans to move its production from mainland China to southern Vietnam this 2020.
The geopolitical clash between the two is hurting Chinese technology companies such as Oppo, Alibaba, Xiaomi, and more.
Cheaper smartphones in the market can finally hold 5G capable technology.
Facebook, recently refused the calls of the Australian government and media to pay advertising revenue.
The technology industry and gamers everywhere across the globe finally saw the much awaited PS5.
Earlier this year, conspiracy theorists raised a paranoid possibility: what if 5G made the Coronavirus?
Baillie Gifford, Tesla’s second largest shareholder, just invested $35 million to the air taxi startup Lilium on Monday.
Huawei launches a public relations campaign in the United Kingdom.
The Philippine authorities and Facebook are investigating the rise of fake accounts in the country over the weekend.