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Monthly Archives: April 2019

  • PayPal’s New Refund Policy Hits Sellers With Higher Fees, Draws Swift Backlash

    PayPal doesn't have a stellar reputation among sellers thanks to some of its more aggressive payment policies. A recent announcement of changes to its user agreement has angered sellers who use PayPal, which revolves around how refunds are processed. Starting on May 7, 2019, when a seller issues a partial...
  • Prepare to deploy custom hardware to speed up AI

    Spending in artificial intelligence (AI) across Europe is set to grow by 49% in 2019 compared with 2018, as organisations begin using the technology to gain a competitive advantage, according to IDC. Andrea Minonne, senior research analyst at IDC Customer Insight & Analysis in Europe, said: “Many European retailers, such...
  • Australia targets tech firms with 'abhorrent material' laws

    Australia has passed controversial laws which could see tech companies face penalties - including jail for executives - if they host violent videos on their platforms. The laws, billed as a probable world first, follow last month's New Zealand mosque shootings which killed 50 people and were live-streamed by the...
  • Guardian to flag old news on social media

    Old news stories from the UK's Guardian newspaper will be marked with their year of publication when shared on social media, to limit misinformation. It said partisan groups had been sharing old news stories as though they had been recently published in order to push an agenda. Apps such as...
  • Facebook Brazenly Required Some New Users To Hand Over Email Passwords

    Facebook has one of the worst reputations for privacy and security of personal information in the entire tech industry. It admitted last month that the passwords of up to 600 million users had been stored in plain text and were accessible to 20,000 employees. The company is facing a criminal...
  • Apple’s First 5G iPhone May Not Ship Until 2021, Two Years After Android Rivals: Report

    As we dive deeper into 2019, two of the big buzzworthy features talked about in the smartphone world have been folding displays and 5G connectivity. The former is best exemplified by the Samsung Galaxy Fold and the Huawei Mate X, while the latter will come to fruition later this week with the commercial...
  • Verizon Slyly Activates Its Mobile 5G Wireless Network A Week Early

    Earlier this morning, we reported that South Korea’s SK Telecom became the first network in the world to bring commercial 5G wireless service to customers. Sure, AT&T “technically” launched its 5G mobile network back in late 2018, but access to the network is extremely limited and only made possible with Netgear Nighthawk 5G Mobile...
  • Borderlands 3 Confirmed For Friday 9/13 Launch As Initial Epic Games Store Exclusive

    Mayhem is headed to PCs and game consoles in the form of Borderlands 3, the fourth installment in the popular shooter-looter series developed by Gearbox Software and published by 2K. It lands on September 13, which also happens to be a Friday (yes, Friday the 13th!), and will initially be...
  • Datrium makes European push as it targets storage ‘big guys’

    Datrium, a startup most notable to date as one of the pioneers of NVMe flash storage, has announced plans to expand into Europe. The move is based on a shift by the firm towards focusing on enterprise customers, aiming for new geographies a part of that. A D-series funding round...
  • South Korea Lights Up World's First 5G Network Ahead Of Galaxy S10 5G Launch

    What good is it to own a 5G-capable smartphone if there are no 5G networks? That is not a question owners of Samsung's Galaxy S10 5G handset will have to answer, if they live in South Korea. That's because SK Telecom is getting ready to flip the switch on its...

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