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Uber Technologies scrambled on Monday to counter the sexism charges raised by a former employee, and said it would appoint former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to the panel that would investigate allegations by the engineer that the company mishandled her complaint of sexual harassment.
Uber said Sunday it had ordered an urgent investigation after a former engineer triggered an uproar on social media, alleging sexual harassment, politics and discrimination at the ride-hailing company.
Facebook continues its mission to become a "video-first" company.
Users of Microsoft's Outlook app for iPhone and iPad can now get work done quicker using third-party integrations.
Can a spam filter work even without reading the content of your messages? WhatsApp thinks so. Since last April, the messenger app has been successfully fighting spam abuse, even as it’s being using end-to-end encryption.
Nintendo says easy mode will be "pressure free" so you can explore the levels without dying over and over—perfect for kids and casual gameplay.
Microsoft's Office Lens camera app is now a part of both Word and PowerPoint for iOS and Android. It will become really useful, though, once true OCR machine-reading capabilities are added.
However, security experts claim that the threat is 'remote' and 'limited in scope,' and call for a retraction by The Guardian.
Over the past two years, Google has convinced developers to patch security issues in over 275,000 Android apps hosted on its official app store.
A new study performed by cybersecurity firm Fallible on 16,000 Android applications revealed that around 2,500 had API keys and access tokens for third-party services hard-coded into them.
The popular note-taking app slims down and speeds up to make you more productive.
An appeals court has ruled that Apple must face antitrust charges in a lawsuit that alleges that the company monopolized the market for iPhone apps.
The European Commission wants to extend electronic communications privacy legislation to include Internet-based communications services such as Skype, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Google Duo, Apple iMessage, and Viber.
Users will be able to scroll around live 360-degree video, but only select users can post it for now.
Click one button and be notified when Mario's first mobile game is ready for your Android device.