The tech giant is throwing around its considerable weight, in the name of progress.
In a post-capitalistic world that seems very specifically and violently designed to rip off the poor for the benefit of the rich, spending money is complicated. But at least, until recently, you could live without fear that some multibillion-dollar Silicon Valley giant would buy up your banking data in order to serve you more effective ads. Based on new details about an apparent arrangement between Google and Mastercard, those days are over.
Microsoft announced the official name for the next major Windows 10 release at the IFA consumer electronics trade show in Berlin.
The company is focused on Wear OS upgrades and working with smartwatch makers.
The device limitations for Office 365 Home and Personal subscribers will disappear in October.
Feitian, a public company based in Beijing, is the company behind Google’s Titan hardware security key.
The company’s U.S. suppliers will be required to offer a minimum of 12 weeks of paid parental leave at up to $1,000 per week.
Multilingual users will be able to chat with their Google Home smart speaker or Android phone in two languages.