Following its leader's pardon, Samsung could be set to announce acquisitions of other major tech companies.
Chinese ride-sharing operator has been ordered to pay 8 billion yuan ($1.18 billion) over 16 illegal practices, including the collection of 107 million pieces of passengers' biometric data.
GitHub's Copilot is an AI-based, pair-programming service. Its machine learning model raises a number of questions. Open source experts weigh in.
Axon wanted to place drones in schools and public places to prevent mass shootings. Resigning AI ethics board members saw that move as weaponizing drones and possibly leading to "AI-powered persistent surveillance."
An Adelaide-based partner was sacked by Uber Eats in 2019 for allegedly arriving 10 minutes late for a delivery, after having worked 96 hours in one week.
Mastercard has been accused of offering certain merchants cheaper interchange rates if they agreed to process dual-network debit card payments through the Mastercard network rather than other ones, like Eftpos.
The corporate regulator alleges 'system errors' are to blame for the misconduct.
How tech (and a tight hiring market) are eliminating surveillance in commercial trucking.
Google has said it will file a countersuit against the Tinder owner for violating its obligations under the developer distribution agreement after it agreed with a court request to temporarily not kick Match Group off its Play Store.
Microsoft is undoing in Europe some of the restrictive cloud-licensing policies it first announced in 2019, which made running its software more expensive on its competitors' clouds.
SFC v. Vizio lawsuit ruling shows the GPL acts both as a copyright license and as a contractual agreement.
Justice Department officials claim the doctor is behind notorious ransomware including Jigsaw and Thanos.