Indian market watchdog CCI believes that Google is abusing the dominant market position of its operating system Android. This is stated in a report by the Institute, which has been viewed by various media.
Irish watchdog is too sweet for Big Tech and leaves far too many European privacy issues behind, report says. The big privacy issues of international tech giants like Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google will end up on the board of the small Irish regulator. Just because those giants have their European headquarters on Irish soil. Things seem a little too big for the Irish. They hardly get around...
The plans for a factory to produce semiconductors (chips) for cars in Ireland are on the table. There are two more factories to follow. “Cars become computers with wheels,” CEO Pat Gelsinger told.
Ireland has imposed a record € 225 million fine on Facebook subsidiary Whatsapp for violating privacy laws. According to the Irish regulator, WhatsApp did not comply with EU rules on data transparency.
Twitter has introduced the Super Follows subscription in the United States and Canada. Super Follows allows followers to subscribe to an account and read Exclusive tweets, for example. The subscription only works on iOS.
Google is appealing against a € 500 million fine paid to the tech company in France for infringement of copyright by media companies. According to the French Competition Authority, Google did not comply with an order to make a deal with French media companies about posting their news items on Google’s own platform.
Chipmaker Intel is building two new chip fabs in Ireland. With these new factories, the chip maker will double the number of square metres of production capacity in Europe. In a video, the company shows the progress of construction.
On sunny days, solar panels can generate more energy than is needed in the home. Where’s that flow going?