Tuesday, October 19, 2021



Epic Games is set to get $350 million from Apple for what you may not know about Fortnite

After a six-year legal battle with Apple, video game industry maker Epic Games is turning its attention to Google and Amazon. On Friday, a U.S. judge awarded the technology company a $356 million judgment

Tech and insurance experts converge in London to discuss pandemics

On average, people in the UK have fewer days off sick than people in other parts of the developed world. But global pandemics are on the rise – and that’s why’s health, risk, and

5G transformation is throwing security industry into a scramble for contracts

When the advent of 5G networks takes root, wireless carriers are betting that law enforcement, public safety, firefighters, first responders, and security businesses — as well as companies like companies like Home Depot —

Y Combinator to Congress: TikTok the platform is ready to make a run

And the winners are . . . The Y Combinator company that helped create TikTok, the app that has become synonymous with youth-skewing social media — in the process cementing the app’s meteoric rise

The real way to kill Facebook | James Bates

Building on what Zuck Jr did to clean up his own Facebook, how about we make everyone’s Facebook experience more personal and less commercial? Eight years ago when Facebook was a young start-up with

Microsoft is testing out new software for bypassing new password requirements

Last year, Microsoft changed the whole concept of passwords forever. Starting on October 11, all users who wish to access their accounts will need to create a one-time code sent over SMS or an

European court orders EU nations to adopt common charging standard

While the EU’s global negotiations for a rebranded standard of electronic chargers and cables are taking place in Austria’s capital this week, an EU court ruling means European countries might finally be able to

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