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Steve Wozniak publishes open letter to FCC to save Net Neutrality

In an open letter to Federal Communications Commission (FCC) published by Steve Wozniak, the co-Founder of Apple support and explains the need of Net Neutrality. Wozniak states that innovation and experimentation can be stifled if new concerning net neutrality are passed into law.  Woz also points out his experiences with telecom companies and various issues he has face due to companies ...

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5 Military Chinese Hackers Charged for Spying by United States

The clash of the United States and China has never been under the sheets as more often than not we have seen either of the two nations blurting out allegations against each other. Well, till date everything was in the group of allegations. But today, According to the WSJ, United States intelligence charged 5 Chinese Military Hackers in context of ...

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EFF report warns users on their private data on popular tech firms

Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) have listed top technology companies based on their trustworthiness in protecting private data of consumers, where Amazon, AT&T and Snapchat had been pointed as less trustworthy to store users personal data. Ever since the revelations about National Security Agency in the U.S secretly collecting data, many companies have strengthened their privacy and transparency policies. On Thursday ...

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Google to bring a tool for removal of search results following EU court ruling

Google is developing an online tool which would allow users to request to remove search engine results following a EU court ruling – “right to be forgotten.” Earlier this week, the EU court ruled that people have the “right to be forgotten”. Following the ruling Google has been receiving several requests from Europeans. Google is also getting requests from criminals ...

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Apple and Google end their fight over Patents

At last on 17th of May, the two of the giants in the field of smartphones ended their long battle over patents involving smartphones. This battle over the patenting of smartphones is one of the high-profile cases that the federal court has been listening to over the past few years. Google’s Android based smartphone makers and Apple have been involved ...

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Finaly, Google adds PayPal support to Android Play Store

Google has finally brought PayPal transactions to its Play Store, where users can buy apps and do in-app purchases by using their PayPal email address. Google does not seem to be missing out any opportunities. As per the recent developments, we can see that Google went through a lot of upgrades in most of the segments that it has. Some of them in ...

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ISPs in UK will send warning to illegal downloaders

Finally, after a long years of altercation, UK’s Internet Service Providers and entertainment industry has agreed to combat piracy together, first step will be sending warning “education letters” for users who download illegally. Till date you have felt like that you need to listen to this song now; you have downloaded it and put your headphones on. It seems that ...

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