Huawei has reportedly confirms that Mate 30 Pro will not have Google’s Android apps

Last month Google revealed that the company can’t allow Huawei to ship the Mate 30 Pro with Google apps and services preinstalled, effectively banning new Huawei devices from key parts of Android like the Google Play Store. And now Richard Yu, the CEO of Huawei consumer products division has recently revealed onstage at a press […]

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Twitter launches hide replies feature for its users

Twitter has recently announced that it is adding a new feature which will allow people to hide replies giving them more control over the conversations. The company has been testing the feature in Canada and is now rolling it out in the US and Japan as well. Now, the person who tweeted the original comment gets […]

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YouTube changes how it counts views for music videos

YouTube is reportedly changing how it counts the view for record labels music videos. According tho the reports YouTube will no longer count advertising views when it comes to the company calculating its music charts. Instead, ranking for top-watched music videos will be based on organic plays, according to a new blog post. This will help […]

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Google is under investigation by 50 attorneys general over antitrust violation

On Monday, a group of 50 attorneys general from US states and territories signed onto an antitrust investigation into Google. The probe will be led by Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton from Texas, will focus primarily on Google’s advertising and search businesses. But in remarks given Monday, the attorneys general suggested that they may expand […]

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Apple has reportedly accused Google of stoking fear among iPhone users

After Google revealed a major iPhone security flaw recently. Apple has accuses Google of stoking fear among all iPhone users that their devices had been compromised because key details were omitted in Google’s blog post. “The sophisticated attack was narrowly focused, not a broad-based exploit of iPhones en masse as described, explains Apple. “The attack affected […]

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Facebook is reportedly being investigated by state attorneys general for antitrust violations

A group of states is investigating Facebook for potential violations of antitrust law, the office of the New York attorney general said in a statement today. The investigation is being led by New York Attorney General Letitia James, and it includes the attorneys general from Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee, and the […]

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Huawei latest Kirin 990 processor have a built in 5G modem

At IFA 2019 Huawei announced that its latest Kirin 990 flagship chipset will include a version with a built-in 5G modem, and will also have better speed compared to its predecessor. The 7-nm processor includes a modem which Huawei says can offer a maximum download speed of 2.3Gbps, and a maximum upload speed of 1.25Gbps, […]

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Google will pay $170 million for YouTube’s child privacy violations

The Federal Trade Commission on Wednesday announced that it is fining Google $170 million following the agency’s investigation into YouTube over alleged violations of a children’s privacy law. In the settlement, the FTC and the New York attorney general allege that Google marketed its video platform, YouTube, to advertisers knowing that many channels were popular with […]

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Twitter has reportedly disabled its tweet via text feature

Twitter has reportedly disabled feature that allows users to tweet via text message. The decision was made after the feature was misused by hackers to tweet a racial slur, bomb threat, and other crude messages from the account of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey which was reportedly been hacked. We’re temporarily turning off the ability to Tweet via […]

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Volocopter 2X air taxi performs test flight at Helsinki Airport

Volocopter has recently released a video of its 18-rotor aircraft (or octadecacopter) flying around Helsinki Airport on Friday, which shows test pilot Damian Hischier zooming around the runways a few dozen feet in the air. The company said that it is the first company to fly an electric vertical takeoff and landing (or eVTOL) aircraft at […]

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