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Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • Google To Infuse Android With Web Browser Picker To Appease EU Antitrust Regulators

    The European Commission does not mess around when it comes to slapping tech firms with hefty fines, if and when a company is found to be violating antitrust laws. Google knows this as well as any firm—the European Union levied a gargantuan $5 billion fine over Android abuses last year...
  • Despite Rocky Start, Anthem Was BioWare's Second Best Game Launch Ever

    After all the bug complaints and performance issues the plagued the launch of Anthem, it still emerged as the overall best selling game in the US last month, ahead of Jump Force (No. 2), Kingdom Hearts III (No. 3), Far Cry New Dawn (No. 4), and Red Dead Redemption II...
  • Apple AirPower Wireless Charging Pad Release Imminent According To iOS 12.2 Beta

    Had things gone they way there were supposed to, Apple would have launched its own wireless charging mat called AirPower in 2018. However, here we are getting ready to close out the first quarter of 2019, and Apple still has not released the AirPower mat. It is at least in...
  • Kaspersky Lab Hits Apple With App Store Antitrust Complaint In Russia

    Security firm Kaspersky Lab has filed an antitrust complaint against Apple in Russia over recent restrictions placed on the company's Kaspersky Safe Kids app for iOS. According to Kaspersky, Apple only decided to place additional restrictions on the app after announcing its own Screen Time feature as part of iOS...
  • US mum 'abused kids who performed on family YouTube channel'

    A US mother whose seven adopted children regularly performed as superheroes on her family's YouTube channel has been charged with child abuse. Machelle Hackney, from Arizona, and her two adult sons were arrested on Friday by local police. Ms Hackney has denied abusing her children. The adoptees regularly appeared on...
  • Opera for Android Integrated Native VPN For Enhanced Security

    Android users that are looking for a browser other than Chrome and are concerned with privacy may want to try Opera 51 for Android. Opera for Android adds  a free VPN service to allow users to mask their location for more privacy and to thwart web tracking tools. Opera VPN, a...
  • Google tweaks search after EU competition scrutiny

    Google has said it will make changes to how search results are displayed within the EU, in response to scrutiny it has faced over competition practices. EU officials had criticised the firm for favouring its own price comparison results when answering search queries. The tech giant said it would now...
  • £36 iPhone XR ad criticised

    An online advertisement, offering a monthly contract for an iPhone XR for £36, has been criticised by the Advertising Standards Authority. It follows complaints from some who placed orders but were told they could not be processed. Carphone Warehouse said that unprecedented demand created a backlog with some people failing...
  • Huge aluminium plants hit by 'severe' ransomware attack

    One of the world's biggest aluminium producers has switched to manual operations at some smelting plants following a "severe" ransomware attack. Hydro, which employs more than 35,000 people in 40 countries, says the attack began on Monday night and is ongoing. Some of the company's factories have been forced to...
  • Google Announce Stadia 4K60 Cloud Gaming Service And Stadia Wi-Fi Game Controller

    After a public beta test last year with Project Stream and weeks of teasers, Google today officially unveiled its new game streaming service: Stadia. Stadia is a culmination of years of development work and infrastructure buildup, and is Google’s attempt to bring high-quality AAA games to every display in your home or on-the-go...

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