Saudi Arabia is reportedly ending laws which require women to get permission from a man before leaving the country. It follows a global backlash to reporting by INSIDER on the government app Absher, which allowed men to enforce the permissions system via ...

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The tech-friendly presidential candidate Andrew Yang revealed a plan for regulating the industry without breaking up big tech.

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After its acquisition binge, Microsoft is moving on from its feeding frenzy and getting on to digestion. The company is now beginning to show off the games that it is making and launching. “We are shifting from growth and acquisitions to execution and delivery,” said Xbox Game Studios head Matt Boot

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Privacy has been a major tentpole for Google products this year. Google made it clear at I/O 2019 in May and then at its Made by Google press conference in October that user privacy is something it cares about deeply. Android 10, for example, brings over several features that should make it harder f

Canada Telcos to Push Back Against Government Bid to Cut Wireless Bills
Canada Telcos to Push Back Against Government Bid to Cut Wireless Bills FILE PHOTO: A woman uses a mobile device while walking past a Telus store in Ottawa February 19, 2014. REUTERS/Chris Wattie/File Photo Reuters By David Ljunggren OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's major telecom companies are planning t   U.S. News & World Report  
Losing India would be a disaster for Samsung
Much has been made of the importance of India’s smartphone market over the past few years. India is the second-largest country for smartphone adoption in the world, nestled between top place China and third place US. With a smartphone penetration rate of just 25%, India is the largest market left wi   Android Authority  
The app for EU citizens applying to remain in the UK after Brexit has major security flaws which mean it can be easily hacked
A million EU citizens living in the UK risk having their personal data stolen due to security flaws in the app used to apply to stay in the country.   Business Insider  
Why tech companies owe us more than a quarterly transparency report
Facebook has more than 2 billion users, and at that scale comes lots of wrongdoing. The company’s latest quarterly transparency report, which quantifies violations of the company’s community standards, conveys just how much wrongdoing. Here’s Tony Romm with a summary at the Washington Post: In the s   The Verge  
iPhone 11 Tip: Improve Data Transfer Speed With AnyTrans 8 App
Transferring files to and from an iPhone using iTunes can be troublesome. Users will need to do more than just click on a file, drag it to the iTunes app, and drop it. Everyone who's tried this knows how much of a hassle it can be. Thankfully, the good guys at iMobie recently released the latest ver   International Business Times  
Alibaba reminds investors China’s censorship regime is a business risk
When e-commerce giant Alibaba carried out the world’s biggest IPO in 2014, the world got a rundown of the worries of China’s most valuable company. Five years on, as it prepares to raise more than $11 billion in Hong Kong, it’s giving investors a fresh look at the key risks to its businesss. The 65-   Quartz  
Gaping 'hole' in Qualcomm’s Secure World mobile vault leaked sensitive data
A severe "hole" in the Qualcomm Secure World virtual processor, now patched, has been disclosed by researchers. According to cybersecurity researchers from Check Point, the Secure World safe compartment -- used to house sensitive data in our mobile devices -- could be exploited to leak financial inf   ZDNet  
The Microsoft-owned GitHub is under pressure for its work with ICE, as employees resign and activists protest its biggest event of the year
The Tech Workers Coalition set up a giant cage outside GitHub's conference to protests its contracts with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.   Business Insider  
Microsoft starts testing its new Chromium-based Edge browser on Arm
Microsoft is starting to test its new Chromium-based Edge browser on Arm as of today, November 13. The company also is working on making the Windows-on-Arm platform more viable by bringing support for X64 apps running in emulation according to a new report. Microsoft officials announced via Twitter   ZDNet  
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