Alibaba Group has joined SoftBank Group and Tiger Global in a $600 million funding round for Travice Inc, the Chinese operator of taxi app Kuaidi Dache.
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President of Gree Electric Appliances Inc, the world's largest residential air-conditioner manufacturer, has slammed Xiaomi and another Chinese home appliance maker Midea Group as 'two swindlers together', after the latter two companies teamed up for a $200 million smart-home push.
Is this the beginning of right to be forgotten headaches for Google in the US?
Through Project Zero, Google will pay researchers to report information about vulnerabilities in third-party programs.
Microsoft is building a Special Projects team expected to be headed by former DARPA innovation boss Norman Whitaker, which will focus on 'disruptive next-generation technologies.'
Officials from the government did not amend default privacy settings on their Google Groups online discussions, and may have revealed internal memo to non-members.
A coalition of technology companies, which includes Microsoft, has submitted a further complaint against the search giant to European antitrust authorities.
The seven organizations recognized under the Global Impact Awards program are addressing issues ranging from water scarcity to wildlife protection.
It will be at least a few weeks before the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) finds out if the FCC wants to provide an unedited copy of its report in the Google's Street View investigation.
Microsoft has joined a coalition consisting primarily of travel sites that is lobbying to block Google's pending acquisition of ITA Software.
The ICO has said that the web giant can erase data its map-service cars collected from Wi-Fi networks, in return for an undertaking to apply greater privacy controls to future UK projects
For singer John Mayer, he probably decided it was time to do so this week when he deleted his Twitter account, leaving behind 3.7 million followers.
Campaign group Privacy International has said that the Information Commissioner's Office was premature in giving Google the all-clear over its collection of Wi-Fi data.Simon Davis, the director of Privacy International, told ZDNet UK on Wednesday that the ICO had pre-empted the decisions of a number of privacy and law enforcement authorities around the world by saying that Google Wi-Fi data contained no 'meaningful details'.
By adding group policy functionality to Google Apps, Google has removed one of the major barriers to adoption. What now, Microsoft?
Privacy International wants UK police to investigate the company's Wi-Fi data harvesting, but legal experts say the collection may not have been deliberate
In my morning scan, I came across a post on Groklaw presenting the news that the SCO Group had lost again. Yes, Novell still owns the UNIX copyrights.
Groklaw, a wonderful website that illuminates the exciting world of IT litigation in language even I can understand, recently offered a post Novell Wins Again - Jury Rules Copyrights Didn't go to SCO that explains that the UNIX copyrights remained with Novell and didn't go to the SCO Group. Novell also posted about this win here.
The Google Apps maker joins the 34-strong trade group, almost a year after it launched with the aim of improving security in cloud computing
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