Users are not feeling the new Google logos, Apple is en-route to develop its own search engine, and some humour and irony for this week’s Senate hearing with the big tech CEOs.
Facebook’s Oculus users are frustrated over mandatory Facebook accounts, new rules in the U.K. stop mobile networks from selling locked phones, and cities are taking new approaches to take back their housing from Airbnb.
Samsung Chairman Lee Kun-Hee has died at the age of 78, the average American will spend three months on their phone, and nearly half of Canadian workers are strongly considering leaving their jobs.
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The right to repair movement gains momentum in the U.S. and beyond, LinkedIn has a long-list of companies that are hiring right now and they include several tech companies, and a story about maintaining your digital history catches fire.
Entertainment startup Quibi shuts down after blowing through $1.75 billion of funding, Google’s former CEO dunks on social networks, and a security researcher says they guessed President Trump’s Twitter password.
Paypal opens up to cryptocurrencies, Netflix has a new promotional experiment, and Trump is pressuring the White House to fast-track a deal that would give a no-bid contract 5G deal to Rivada Networks.
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Google is accused of abusing monopoly powers by the U.S. government, hackers are using cyber crime for good, and Microsoft debuts Azure - in spaaace.
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The EU is investigating Instagram for allegedly exposing the contact data of up to 5 million underage users, you will soon get a phone single on the moon, and Google launches it’s ‘hum to search’ feature.
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A billionaire is indicted on charges of tax evasion and wire fraud, Zoom launches a new service, and a report shows Oracle's CEO donated $250,000 to a super PAC supporting Sen. Lindsey Graham shortly after the TikTok deal.
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It’s all the tech news that’s popular right now. Welcome to Hashtag Trending! It’s Friday October 16, and I’m your host Alex Coop.
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Amazon workers are striking in Germany, Google comes out with new robots to help farmers, and Twitter is suspending accounts for posing as Black Trump supporters.
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Apple’s new iPhone 12, Prime day kicked off the holiday shopping season, and Disney is going to be making a historical change.
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We take a trip down memory lane to revisit old websites and feel old, pubs and restaurants sell contact tracing information; and is it time to consider work from home dress codes?
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GPS tracks sea turtle traffickers; Netflix Canada is hiking its prices, and IBM says goodbye to its managed infrastructure services. It’s all the tech news that’s popular right now. Welcome to Hashtag Trending! It’s Friday, October 9, and I’m your host Alex Coop. ===== Fake eggs fitted with GPS track sea turtle traffickers in…
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