The European Union’s antitrust chief called for more rules to rein in how companies collect and use information, offering the first clues into how she may use new powers to target big technology firms.
Of the refreshed or new products that Apple talked about at its extravaganza this week, I’m most curious about Arcade, the $5 monthly subscription to videogames for iPhones and iPads.
Facebook and Google are facing intensifying scrutiny by US state law enforcement officers with authority to impose vast fines and even break up companies that are found to have violated antitrust and privacy rules.
ProtonMail is in talks with Huawei Technologies about including its encrypted e-mail service in future mobile devices, part of the Chinese phone maker’s plan to develop an alternative to the Google ecosystem.
Once a household name for its satellite navigation for cars, TomTom has taken a backseat in recent years as smartphones surged in popularity. Now it’s betting that your car needs directions more than you do.
Huawei has confirmed it will unveil its next flagship smartphone later this month, despite suggestions from Google that it will not be able to use its apps and services on the new device.
Google’s YouTube has agreed to pay more than $150-million to resolve US allegations that it violated children’s privacy laws, according to a person familiar with the matter.