Numbers and marketing going to make everything look rubbish
It is starting to look like 5G is not providing the expected improvements and the first launches of the technology are mostly on paper - at least over the pond.
Holy Cognitive dissonance Pai
Donald Trump’s FCC which has been championing the rights of the telco monopolies over the rights of consumers has been shocked to discover that they have been on the wrong side of the truth.
Watching the Pai
US democrats are expected to use their new control over the House of Representatives to force the FCC to start doing its job again.
This is getting serious
China has formally demanded the release of a senior executive at tech giant Huawei Technologies after she was detained in Canada on extradition charges to the US.
You cannot let telcos have their way
Since Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump was elected, the US’s telco monopolies have had their way, and now the country is going to pay for it.
Is a 30 percent cut too high for apps?
Apple’s 30 percent cut on software distribution at its iPhones store is being looked at by the US Supreme Court today.
Ignoring French call
French President Emmanuel Macron is joining with US technology giants, including Microsoft, pushing for governments and companies worldwide to sign up for a new initiative aimed at establishing regulations for the internet, to fight such online threats as cyber-attacks, hate speech and online censorship.
Might upset the subsidy
A Wall Street Journal article claims Foxconn is looking to transfer some of its Chinese workers to Wisconsin in time for its new factory opening in Racine.
US Justice Department gives the thumbs up
US Republicans hoping that President Putin’s hackers will save their bacon by getting them elected have been re-assured by the US Justice Department that hacking election machines is perfectly legal.