AT&T opposes the Starlink and T-Mobile satellite-to-phone service plan

AT&T doesn’t think that the satellite-to-phone service T-Mobile and SpaceX’s Starlink are planning should be approved as it is, and it has informed the FCC of its opinion in a … Read More

Apple may have restricted employee use of ChatGPT due to privacy concerns

Apple is famous for being protective of its projects and for expecting secrecy from its workers. Now, according to The Wall Street Journal, the tech giant is concerned about the … Read More

Tesla may reverse its stance and start advertising

Tesla is known for being ad-averse and hasn’t really ran traditional advertising since it launched in the early 2000’s, choosing to rely on word of mouth to promote its vehicles … Read More

Juul will pay $462 million to 6 states in underage vaping settlement

The New York Attorney General has announced that its youth vaping lawsuit against Juul is over, ending with an agreement that distribute a $462 million settlement between six states and … Read More

Xbox head says Microsoft’s mobile game store could arrive next year

Microsoft is preparing to launch an Xbox store on iOS and Android as early as next year, according to Phil Spencer. The head of the company’s gaming division shared the … Read More

FTC drops bid to block Meta’s acquisition of Within

The Federal Trade Commission has given up on trying to stop Meta from purchasing VR company Within. According to Bloomberg and The Wall Street Journal, the agency has voted to … Read More

The FTC is opening a tech-focused office to help it keep up with Silicon Valley

The Federal Trade Commission is opening a dedicated technology office that will place Silicon Valley under more scrutiny and help it stay on top of emerging tech and trends in … Read More

Spotify is laying off 6 percent of employees

Spotify is laying off 6 percent of its workforce as part of a company-wide restructuring, CEO Daniel Ek wrote in a message to employees. The precise number of people who … Read More

Apple fined $8.5 million in France over targeted App Store ads

Apple is the second tech giant today to receive a fine over personalized ads. France’s National Commission on Informatics and Liberty (CNIL) has issued an €8 million (roughly $8.5 million) … Read More

Google will pay $9.5 million to settle Washington DC AG’s location-tracking lawsuit

Google has agreed to pay $9.5 million to settle a lawsuit brought by Washington DC Attorney General Karl Racine, who accused the company earlier this year of “deceiving users and … Read More

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