European Parliament to establish TikTok presence despite app’s ban on corporate phones

February 7, 2024
by Anthea Cachia

The Parliament is adopting this approach to fight disinformation and get the message across, while retaining cyber security

Google’s latest SGE AI power tool mimics virtual personal shopper for customised experience

November 20, 2023
by Anthea Cachia

SGE is still not available in Europe but has since expanded to Korea, South Africa and Mexico among others

TikTok’s GDPR slip-up turns into costly mistake; EU issues €345 million fine

September 15, 2023
by Anthea Cachia

Teen users' accounts, whose settings were meant to keep them private, mistakenly recognised them as public accounts

‘No one can remain competitive in the technology sector without constantly renewing themselves’

July 23, 2023
by Julian Micallef Tagliaferro

A spotlight on Harvest Technology plc, encompassing leading businesses PTL, APCO and ApcoPay

Mounting business challenges and the role of technology: a tool or a solution?

March 28, 2023
by BN Writer

iMovo’s Hadrian J Sammut connects recent market disruptions and the adoption of digital solutions to counter such disruption

Samsung profits sink 69% in last 2022 quarter as global economy crawls

January 6, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

Tech companies around the world are feeling the brunt of changing consumer habits

Providing a holistic support package to stakeholders in Malta’s technology sphere

July 28, 2022
by Sarah Muscat Azzopardi

Malta Digital Innovation Authority Chief Technologist Efrem Borg on the entity's agenda

Hybrid IT is the future of business technology

April 13, 2022
by BN Writer

BMIT Technologies' Matthias Attard talks us through benefits awarded by combining cloud computing with on-premises technology

Operations normalise at key Apple supplier Foxconn after COVID-related disruption

March 21, 2022
by Solomon Cefai

Products manufactured by Foxconn also include the XBox, Kindle, and Nintendo game consoles

Bolt announces it will donate 5% of every order in Europe over next two weeks to support Ukraine

March 1, 2022
by Solomon Cefai

International cab and food delivery company said this will amount to over €5m

EU relaxes state aid laws to confront semiconductor shortages

February 8, 2022
by Solomon Cefai

The European Chips Act is expected to bolster Europe's competitiveness, resilience

Facebook sees daily active users drop for first time ever

February 3, 2022
by Matthew Bonanno

Parent company Meta's share price drops more than 20 per cent

Microchip crisis: Commission aims to double Europe’s market share by 2030

November 17, 2021
by Matthew Bonanno

Several Maltese companies have felt the effects of the chip shortage

Google told to cough up €2.4 billion to the EU after losing appeal

November 11, 2021
by Matthew Bonanno

Fine relates to using its shopping platform to gain unfair advantage

Meta offers content creators Apple tax workaround as confrontation deepens

November 4, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

CEO Mark Zuckerberg cited that Apple's 30% fees make it harder for creators to make money from their work

European Parliament to establish TikTok presence despite app’s ban on corporate phones

February 7, 2024
by Anthea Cachia

The Parliament is adopting this approach to fight disinformation and get the message across, while retaining cyber security

Google’s latest SGE AI power tool mimics virtual personal shopper for customised experience

November 20, 2023
by Anthea Cachia

SGE is still not available in Europe but has since expanded to Korea, South Africa and Mexico among others

TikTok’s GDPR slip-up turns into costly mistake; EU issues €345 million fine

September 15, 2023
by Anthea Cachia

Teen users' accounts, whose settings were meant to keep them private, mistakenly recognised them as public accounts

‘No one can remain competitive in the technology sector without constantly renewing themselves’

July 23, 2023
by Julian Micallef Tagliaferro

A spotlight on Harvest Technology plc, encompassing leading businesses PTL, APCO and ApcoPay

Mounting business challenges and the role of technology: a tool or a solution?

March 28, 2023
by BN Writer

iMovo’s Hadrian J Sammut connects recent market disruptions and the adoption of digital solutions to counter such disruption

Samsung profits sink 69% in last 2022 quarter as global economy crawls

January 6, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

Tech companies around the world are feeling the brunt of changing consumer habits

Providing a holistic support package to stakeholders in Malta’s technology sphere

July 28, 2022
by Sarah Muscat Azzopardi

Malta Digital Innovation Authority Chief Technologist Efrem Borg on the entity's agenda

Hybrid IT is the future of business technology

April 13, 2022
by BN Writer

BMIT Technologies' Matthias Attard talks us through benefits awarded by combining cloud computing with on-premises technology

Operations normalise at key Apple supplier Foxconn after COVID-related disruption

March 21, 2022
by Solomon Cefai

Products manufactured by Foxconn also include the XBox, Kindle, and Nintendo game consoles

Bolt announces it will donate 5% of every order in Europe over next two weeks to support Ukraine

March 1, 2022
by Solomon Cefai

International cab and food delivery company said this will amount to over €5m

EU relaxes state aid laws to confront semiconductor shortages

February 8, 2022
by Solomon Cefai

The European Chips Act is expected to bolster Europe's competitiveness, resilience

Facebook sees daily active users drop for first time ever

February 3, 2022
by Matthew Bonanno

Parent company Meta's share price drops more than 20 per cent

Microchip crisis: Commission aims to double Europe’s market share by 2030

November 17, 2021
by Matthew Bonanno

Several Maltese companies have felt the effects of the chip shortage

Google told to cough up €2.4 billion to the EU after losing appeal

November 11, 2021
by Matthew Bonanno

Fine relates to using its shopping platform to gain unfair advantage

Meta offers content creators Apple tax workaround as confrontation deepens

November 4, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

CEO Mark Zuckerberg cited that Apple's 30% fees make it harder for creators to make money from their work