The minister responsible for overseeing cybersecurity preparations for the 2020 Tokyo Games has caused embarrassment and concern over preparations for the global sporting event.
One such application aims to take the spotlight off the victim and focus on the areas where crimes are committed so action can be taken.
Facebook said a human rights report it commissioned on its presence in Myanmar showed it had not done enough to prevent its social network from being used to incite violence.
Trump's administration took action to cut off a Chinese state-backed chipmaker from US suppliers amid allegations the firm stole intellectual property from a US company.
Attracting talent from Taiwan is part of an effort by China to reduce dependence on overseas firms for the chips that power everything from smartphones to military satellites.
In its decline, Lavasa serves as a cautionary tale for India's $7.5 billion plan to turn 100 urban centers into Smart Cities by 2020.
Hoping to gain approval from the Chinese govt to provide a mobile search service, the company plans to block some websites and search terms.
The US Treasury Dept is drafting curbs that would block firms with at least 25 percent Chinese ownership from buying US companies with "industrially significant technology.”
Modern technology is fueling the modern-day slave trade. Experts wonder if the same high-tech toolkit can be used against the traffickers to rescue victims and stop slavery.
Thailand has introduced a raft of modern technologies to crack down on abuses in its multibillion-dollar fishing industry.
Apple Inc will release a patch for the Safari web browser on its iPhones, iPads and Macs, after major chipmakers disclosed flaws.