"His descriptive use of the N-word on at least two occasions at work showed unacceptably low racial awareness and sensitivity," wrote Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.
Hinge, which positions itself as a less sleazy version of Tinder, now belongs to the company that owns Tinder.
As far as Google is concerned, growth in podcasting "can’t only come from America.”
The new feature will be part of the next version of Apple's operating system for iPhones, iOS 12, which will be released in the fall.
Maneka Gandhi, India's women and child development minister, wants Twitter to create a list of "violent words" so that tweets containing them can be easily pulled down.
Apple's debuting Memojis, faster device performance, and tools to help you reduce your screentime.
The country will use the time to study how its citizens use the platform and how fake news and pornography spreads, among other things.
The Paytm data-sharing controversy is a moment of reckoning for India’s startup ecosystem as users demand more transparency about how their data is shared with the government.
It will cost $9.99 a month and will let you stream a lot more than just your favorite songs.
The proposed registry is the latest response to the nationwide outcry over the rape and murder of an 8-year-old girl.
"There is a lot more work to be done to find all the apps that may have misused people’s Facebook data," the company said in a blog post.
In India, Twitter’s fastest-growing market, impersonating legitimate news organizations is the newest way to spread fake news.
Watch out, Amazon.
Critics say the exploit has major national security implications.
I can't believe I'm writing this headline but this is what things have come to.
The company has partnered with a third-party fact-checking organization in India to debunk misinformation ahead of key state elections in the country next month.
The world's largest democracy is in danger of having its biggest elections influenced through the internet — but so far, US tech companies' efforts to fix ongoing problems have been limited.
And music videos from Shakira, Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez, Drake, Chris Brown, DJ Snake, and more had their titles defaced for a period Tuesday morning.
A plan to suspend the accreditation of journalists who published so-called fake news was scrapped hours after it was introduced, following complaints it amounted to an attack on a free press.
The world's largest democracy wants some answers.