The incoming chair of the Senate antitrust subcommittee is hitting the ground running. Her Competition and Antitrust Law Enforcement Reform Act should worry giant tech companies that are used to running amok.
Google and Apple have moved quickly to ban applications that use X-Mode location tracking software. X-Mode has come under intense scrutiny by media and U.S. Senate investigations due to alleged improper use and handling of user location data.
While everyone has been so focused on wireless earbuds in the last two years, the over-ear segment has stagnated, and Apple's push into the space is an invitation that both Samsung and Google would do well to answer.
Data from Strategy Analytics has revealed that Samsung beat Apple to become the larger smartphone vendor in the U.S. in the third quarter of 2020. While Samsung achieved 33.7% market share during the quarter, Apple’s market share stood at 30.2%.
in 2016, Big Tech was criticised for being complacent amid a storm of misinformation. In 2020, Facebook, Google, and Twitter are using their platforms to encourage their customers do do their civic duty.
Jabra is back to do battle with Apple again, bringing its flagship Elite 85t true wireless earbuds to go up against the AirPods Pro. Do they have enough in their new repertoire to maintain a position at the top of this head-to-head battle?
With the Apple Watch Series 6, Apple is offering timely updates that make a great smartwatch even better. The gorgeous hardware is combined with the best wearable platform available today, and the health-focused features give the Apple Watch an added edge.
The Bose QuietComfort Earbuds and Apple AirPods Pro couldn't look any more different, but beyond their respective looks, these two have great feature sets that narrow your choice down to key attributes.
Members of a House antitrust probe which saw big tech testify before representatives are united on issues at stake, but have not yet decided how best to solve these problems. A report from the subcommittee has now been delayed for negotiations.
A new piece of draft legislation from the EU includes provisions to try and curb the powers of big tech, including a suggestion that vendors should not be allowed to pre-install their own applications on phones and laptops.