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Nokia announces new research hub in Ottawa

Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joined Nokia chief executive officer Pekka Lundmark and Nokia Canada president Jeffrey Maddox to announce Nokia's newly planned research...

Google Introduces New Options To Reject Tracking Cookies In Europe

Google is introducing new options that will help users in Europe to reject tracking cookies. The move came after Google was fined $170 million by the French data protection authority CNIL. Google was fined for using confusing language in cookie banners. While the platform makes it easy for users to accept all tracking cookies, users […]

Apple Supplier Foxconn Sees Limited Impact Despite Chinese Plant Lockdown

Apple’s Taiwanese supplier Foxconn has confirmed that the closure of its Chinese plant will have a limited impact on iPhone production because the company has moved production elsewhere. “As production has previously been deployed to backup factories, the factory’s main products are located in overseas shipping warehouse, and inventory levels are still sufficient, the impact […]

Lapsus$ Breach Significantly Smaller Than Expected, Okta

Okta said the Lapsus breach that happened in January, was significantly smaller than expected.

HP Reportedly Working On a 17-inch Foldable PC

South Korean electronics website The Elec reported that HP is working on a foldable OLED screen that will come with a 17-inch panel from LG Display that measures 11 inches when folded up. Although HP has not confirmed the reality of such a technology, various indications suggest that the company could be working on such […]

61% Of People Think bots Will Fare Better Than People In Sustainability

61% of the 11,000 respondents believe that machines will do better than people with sustainability and social efforts. Other important findings from the report are: 93% of people believe that sustainability and social factors are more important than ever, 94% believe that society has not made enough progress and 45% believe that companies can make […]

iPhone, iPad, and MacBook Production Hit By Covid-19 Restrictions

Production of Apple products has been significantly affected by the COVID-19 increase, which has forced three of the company’s suppliers to suspend production. The three suppliers affected are Pegatron, the company that makes 20% to 30% of all iPhones; Quanta, a notebook manufacturer involved in assembling MacBooks; and Compal Electronics, the company that assembles iPads. […]

Twitter To Start Testing Edit Feature In Coming Months

Twitter will begin testing a new edit feature in the coming months. The edit feature will allow users to change their tweets instead of having to delete them. Twitter will begin testing the feature within its Twitter Blue Labs premium subscription service in the coming months. This according to the company will allow the company […]

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