Robocalls have grown to become a major problem in the United States, and the FCC is working to create new legislation to hopefully help solve the issue for good. A new proposal from the FCC aims to crack down on robocalls that originate from overseas, or ones that evade spoofing laws.
Tech Industry Stories July 8
Tech Industry Stories May 21
The Waverly Labs Ambassador, launching today on Indiegogo for an early bird price of $99, claims to be the world’s smartest wearable translator.
It’s an on-ear device that instantly translates 20 languages and 42 dialects, with a conversational mode pairing two devices to a single iPhone for free-flowing two-way conversation …
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Tech Industry Stories May 7
Concerns expressed that Europe is going too far in controlling tech giants
Concerns are being expressed that Europe is going too far with legislation which is controlling tech giants and their customers …
Tech Industry Stories May 1
A study has raised an interesting question: what should happen to our digital legacy: the data we leave behind after we die?
The question was prompted by the calculation that, before the end of the century, Facebook will have more dead users than living ones …
Tech Industry Stories April 29
Controversial police policy will see some UK rape victims asked to grant access to their phones
A controversial new police policy will see some UK rape victims asked to grant access to their smartphones. Forms being supplied to police forces in England and Wales seek consent to access messages, emails, and photos …
Tech Industry Stories March 12
It’s 30 years today since Tim Berners-Lee submitted a proposal for what would become the World Wide Web. The inventor has said that while he feels the web was a force for good for its first 15 years, he now thinks action is required to prevent a ‘downward plunge to a dysfunctional future.’
Berners-Lee said that the 30th anniversary was a time to reflect on both the positives and negatives …