Microsoft Unveils Azure Databricks, New AI Tools for Developers

To help increase developers’ productivity and simplify app development, Microsoft has announced new data platform technologies and cross-platform developer tools.The company launched a new AI-powered platform

Google Buys Land Near Apple’s Planned Danish Data Centre

Alphabet’s Google said it has bought a plot of land in southern Denmark adjacent to a planned Apple data centre to make sure it has the option of

Over 400 Popular Sites Record Every Keystroke, Claims Princeton Study

Researchers at Princeton’s Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP) claim that over 400 of the world’s top 50,000 websites use ‘session replay scripts’ to

EU to Act if OECD Fails on Taxing Internet Giants

The European Union will take measures to tax US tech giants if the international community doesn’t agree to a new system early next year, a senior

Apple Removes Several Apps, including Skype

Skype, Microsoft’s Internet phone call and messaging service, has disappeared from app stores in China including that of Apple, indicating the latest setback for a

SenseTime Plans IPO, US R and D Centre as Early as 2018

Chinese artificial intelligence (AI) startup SenseTime Group, valued at more than $2 billion, is planning an IPO and aims to open a US research and

Imgur Data Breach Sees Email Addresses and Passwords

Image sharing website Imgur has revealed that it had suffered a data breach in 2014, one that was only revealed to it last week by data

Russia to Check Twitter Compliance with Data Law

Russia’s communications watchdog Roskomnadzor said on Monday it would check next year if Twitter has complied with the law requiring all companies to store personal data

Microsoft Office Apps Now Accessible by All Chromebooks with Google Play

A long time after supporting Android apps, Chromebooks have now received Microsoft Office. The new experience comes with the latest Microsoft Office apps for Android that are

Tumblr CEO and Founder David Karp is Leaving the Yahoo-Owned Blogging Platform

Tumblr founder and chief David Karp announced that he is leaving the nearly 11-year-old blogging platform – with his departure coming in the wake of Verizon buying parent-company Yahoo.Karp