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Fake Amazon reviews being sold 'in bulk' for £5 each, investigation finds
Sites are openly offering bogus commendations, while soliciting positive feedback in exchange for free products or cash.
We can always find justification to shut up the stupidity of our opponents. Censorship is a dangerous way to deal with it.
The same technology that we welcomed as 1984, because it was cool, is now taking us back to 1939.
SolarWinds hackers accessed Microsoft source code, the company says
The hacking group behind the SolarWinds compromise was able to break into Microsoft Corp and access some of its source code, Microsoft said on Thursday, something experts said sent a worrying signal about the spies' ambition.
These five patents offer hints about what an Apple car could look like
Talk of a possible Apple car is back.
Apple Car doesn't require Tim Cook to build an auto-assembly line
The long-rumored Apple Car is reportedly in the works, but it likely won’t be the stand-alone vehicle that fans of the tech giant are hoping for, according to Wall Street analysts.
Apple says no new business for supplier Wistron after India plant violence
Apple on Saturday said it had placed contract manufacturer Wistron on probation and would not give the Taiwanese firm new business until it took corrective actions following lapses at its southern India plant.
Microsoft identifies more than 40 organizations targeted in massive cyber breach
Microsoft has identified more than 40 of its customers around the world that had problematic versions of a third-party IT management program installed and that were specifically targeted by the suspected Russian hacking campaign disclose...
The US Government Says Facebook Needs To Sell Instagram And WhatsApp
Forty-eight attorneys general and the Federal Trade Commission filed suit against the company Wednesday.
France fines Google, Amazon €135m over advertising cookies
France's CNIL data privacy watchdog said on Thursday it had fined two Google units a total of €100 million and an Amazon subsidiary €35 million over advertising cookies.
Karl Rove shreds Big Tech's ‘consistent hostility’ toward center-right
Karl Rove reacts to Trump blasting the media and Big Tech for being ‘massively corrupt.’
Why Indian tycoon Mukesh Ambani is feuding with Amazon
The stakes are high: the legal spat is essentially for the dominance of India’s estimated US$1 trillion consumer retail market.
Amazon gets on ‘secretive’ UK government panel on post-Brexit supply rules while benefiting financially from own ‘advice’ – report
Online retail giant Amazon is ensuring a lucrative future in UK government contracts, guiding a “secretive” Cabinet Office panel on making policy on post-Brexit procurement of goods and services, a fair tax advocate has revealed.
iPhone 12 and 12 Pro: Apple's latest get 5G, 'ceramic shield,' MagSafe magnets
No, your current iPhone won't work on superfast 5G networks. But Apple's new lineup -- four devices in total -- will.
An iPhone 12 without a charger compared to ‘eating without chopsticks’
The iPhone 12 series phones will not include wired EarPods or a wall charger in the box, sparking online outrage on Chinese social media.
Meet iPhone 12 — Apple
Hello 5G. A14 Bionic, the fastest smartphone chip ever. Night mode on all cameras. Super Retina XDR display. The first camera ever to record in Dolby Vision. Ceramic Shield that’s tougher than any other smartphone glass. A whole new way ...
Zuckerberg interviewed by FTC over two days as part of antitrust probe
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified over the course of two days this week before the Federal Trade Commission as part of its antitrust investigation into the company's business practices, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Apple removes thousands of games from the Chinese App Store, alarming observers
As tensions rise between the US and China, Apple’s Chinese operations - which include millions of Apple customers and much of the company’s manufacturing operation - could be at risk. A new report in The Information argues that China may...
Instagram morphs into an information powerhouse
Instagram is in the midst of a transformation - what was once the place to share photos of food and social outings is quickly becoming a hub for information and advocacy.
Google has outgrown its corporate culture. It is time to learn from its elders
It may be just 21 years old, but Google is a fantastic company with amazing products and services, in the midst of a mid-life crisis. As so often in such cases, all seems well on the surface. Every day its search engine handles 6bn reque...
Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google Prepare for Their ‘Big Tobacco Moment’
The tech C.E.O.s will appear together at a congressional hearing on Wednesday to argue that their companies do not stifle competition.
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