J Allen Brack quits the Call of Duty and Warcraft game-maker, amid staff protests and allegations of a sexist workplace culture.
In recent months Beijing has cracked down on China’s technology and private education industries.
Total theft claims fall after the pandemic but technology stays a draw for criminals, says insurer.
A National Labor Relations Board official wants another union vote for Amazon workers in Alabama.
Twitter announces it will cooperate with two news agencies to promote more reliable information.
Nearly 100 naval ships may have had their locations faked through manipulation of AIS safety system.
The app in England and Wales will now only alert contacts from the previous two days in asymptomatic cases.
A report tracking hundreds of anti-Semitic social posts finds firms fail to act in 80% of cases.
The $29bn deal for Afterpay will create an instalments payment giant in a hugely growing sector.
The video conferencing firm denies wrongdoing, but has agreed to boost security measures.
The digital giant bans the channel from uploading new content for a week over misinformation breaches.
All of a sudden, WoW players are in revolt, and its competitors are having a boom.