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US Jury Orders Meta to Pay $174.5 mn for Violating Patents

US Jury Orders Meta to Pay $174.5 mn for Violating Patents

A US jury on Wednesday ordered Meta to pay $174.5 million for violating live-streaming patents developed by a US Army veteran seeking to fix shortcomings in battlefield communications. A trial in Texas federal court ended with jurors deciding that "live" features at Facebook and Instagram used te

Twitter Expands Recommendations Push with New Tests

Twitter Expands Recommendations Push with New Tests

Twitter is expanding how it recommends posts from accounts that users do not follow, the social media company announced on Tuesday. As part of the expansion, it is also building tools for users to control and provide feedback on that content.

Chipmaker Nvidia Launches New System for Autonomous Driving

Chip giant Nvidia Corp on Tuesday unveiled its new computing platform called DRIVE Thor that would centralize autonomous and assisted driving as well as other digital functions including in-car entertainment.

South Korea Fines Google, Meta over Privacy Violations

South Korea Fines Google, Meta over Privacy Violations

South Korea’s privacy watchdog has fined Google and Meta a combined 100 billion won ($72 million) for tracking consumers’ online behavior without their consent and using their data for targeted advertisements.

Saudi Arabia Leads Regional AI through Laboratory, Global Development Corridor

Saudi Arabia Leads Regional AI through Laboratory, Global Development Corridor

Saudi Arabia hosted the second edition of the Global AI Summit under the patronage of Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, who also chairs the Board of Directors of the Saudi Authority for Data and Artificial Intelligence (SDAIA). During the summit, the Saudi Company for Artificial Int

EU Court’s Wednesday Ruling on Record $4.4b Google Fine May Set Precedent

EU Court’s Wednesday Ruling on Record $4.4b Google Fine May Set Precedent

A ruling on Wednesday by Europe's General Court on whether Alphabet's (GOOGL.O) Google should face a record EU antitrust fine of 4.34 billion euro ($4.4 billion) for using its Android mobile operating system to quash rivals could set a precedent for other regulators looking into its business practic

Twitter Says Musk’s Latest Attempt to Scrap Deal ‘Invalid and Wrongful’

Twitter Says Musk’s Latest Attempt to Scrap Deal ‘Invalid and Wrongful’

Twitter Inc said on Monday payments made to a whistleblower did not breach any terms of its $44 billion buyout by Elon Musk, after the world's richest man made another attempt to scrap the deal.

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