India is growing more assertive in its efforts to control online communications, challenging Twitter and Facebook’s practices and threatening to set a precedent that could extend worldwide.
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Masayoshi Son isn’t letting go of the reins at SoftBank Group Corp. anytime soon, even as the founder tells shareholders he’s taking the issue of his succession seriously.
Sony’s shares have surged since a trough in March 2020, propelled by the increase in gaming and mobile activity.
The e-commerce pioneer is looking to expand its capabilities in artificial intelligence, financial technology and mobile networks.
While it’s too early to declare a clear winner from the confrontation over Australia's new law, Facebook is walking away satisfied that it didn’t have to cede too much ground.
The invite-only drop-in conversation app, currently only on iPhones, topped the country’s download charts with more than 440,000 new installs last week.
Nintendo shares outperformed console rivals Sony Corp. and Microsoft Corp. in 2020 and the new PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X have faced production and logistics setbacks.
The new PlayStation is Sony’s most important gadget since the Walkman, and it goes head-to-head with Microsoft Corp.’s next-generation Xbox over the holidays.