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U.S. agencies detect Kaspersky Lab software: official

About 15 percent of U.S. government agencies have detected some trace of Russian company Kaspersky Lab's software on their systems in a review prompted by concerns the antivirus firm is vulnerable to Kremlin influence, a security official told Congress on Tuesday.

Written by Reuters15 Nov. 17 08:49

Snap shares fall as growth falls below expectations

​Snapchat-owner Snap Inc on Tuesday reported slower user growth than Wall Street expected and said it was redesigning the app, sending shares down about 20 percent on concerns it was being beaten by established rivals such as Facebook's Instagram.

Written by Reuters08 Nov. 17 09:12

Twitter to let users tweet in 280 characters

Microblogging website Twitter, known for its iconic 140-character tweets, said on Tuesday it would roll out 280-character tweets to users across the world.

Written by Reuters08 Nov. 17 09:05

Facebook profit jumps, no impact from Russia issue

Facebook reported better-than-expected quarterly profit and revenue on Wednesday as it pushed further into video advertising, showing no sign of financial damage from the controversy over how Russia used the social network in an attempt to sway voters in the 2016 U.S. election.

Written by Reuters02 Nov. 17 09:12

Kaspersky Lab to open software to review, says nothing to hide

Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab said on Monday it will ask independent parties to review the security of its anti-virus software, which the U.S. government has said could jeopardize national security, citing concerns over Kremlin influence and hijacking by Russian spies.

Written by Reuters24 Oct. 17 11:54