Google and privacy may not be the best of friends. With an army of trackers, Google is definitely at the top of the 'online snooping' food chain.
Google is heavily reliant on its ad business. And for that business model to thrive, it needs to profile users, and share the data to advertisers.
Going anonymous, and deeper into the dark web, require users to first connect to the Tor network.
With the global 5G connectivity is just around the corner, tech companies are on board.
With Artificial Intelligence gaining momentum in various industries, many researchers and scientist need easier way to train their agents.
In the age where people are being tracked online for monetization and other purposes, Mozilla, is ramping up its effort to preserve its users' privacy.
Facebook has face recognition technology in place for the convenience of its users.
Since being in someone else's shoes can be fun for once in a while, Chinese app developer Momo wants to offer just that with ZAO, a face-swapping app.
When consistency is the key to uniform experience, YouTube is making some changes in how it shows numbers.
As an archipelago country in the Southeast Asia, Indonesia is a crowded home for more than 250 million people. And Jakarta, its capital city, is Indonesia's most crowded.