UK ISPs have ceased sending educational copyright infringement notices. The campaign started just over two years ago but now the focus will shift to advertising and social media campaigns.
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O2 has announced that it has boosted its 4G capacity around the country with a particular focus on holiday destinations. It comes as more Brits stay at home this year for their summer break.
Transport for London has revealed that 4G connectivity will be available across the entirety of the London Underground network by the mid-2020s. The rollout will begin in March 2020.
Steve Wozniak has become the co-founder of EFFORCE, an eco-blockchain initiative that looks to reward those who invest in energy efficiency projects. Profits will come from the energy savings.
The BBC and ITV have announced that their premium streaming service, BritBox, will launch by the end of the year. Prices for the service start at £5.99 per month with HD streaming.
Samsung has announced that the mass production of 12Gb LPDDR5 mobile DRAM has begun. The new chips will be used in upcoming premium model smartphone devices and are optimised for 5G and AI tasks.
Netflix has plans to launch a new tariff in India that will be restricted to mobile devices but has a very affordable price. The firm will be hoping that the tariff can boost membership figures.
G7 finance ministers have cast doubt on Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency, saying that it'll have to be regulated, similar to other currencies, in order to prevent criminal activity.
Google has stated that Project Dragonfly has been terminated. The comment was made at a U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday. It's the most clear statement that the project has ended.
The team behind Linux Mint have pushed the beta images of Linux Mint 19.2. The betas are available in Cinnamon, MATE, and Xfce editions. The final release will come once more bugs are fixed.
Three has launched its 5G Nokia-backed cloud core network. It's described as a crucial element of the overall 5G network that Three wants to start rolling out around the UK from next month.
Canonical is set to pull support for Ubuntu 18.10 on Thursday. It's recommended that if you still run this version that you update to Ubuntu 19.04 now so that you continue to receive security updates.
Tesla has decided to stop selling the Standard Range variants of the Model X and Model S. With this decision, it's evident that the firm wants the Model 3 to be the main entry-level product.
Bank of England Governor, Mark Carney, has today announced that Alan Turing will appear on the new polymer £50 note. The new note is expected to go into circulation at the end of 2021.
The U.S. government may start issuing licenses to trade with Huawei in two to four weeks. Huawei was added to the Commerce Department's blacklist back in May, hampering the firm's ability to operate.
French President, Emmanuel Macron, has announced that the country will launch the Air and Space Force from September next year. France will use the new entity to defend the country's satellites.
Several of Japan's financial institutions have come together to discuss the ramifications of Facebook's upcoming Libra cryptocurrency. The group is set to develop policies to manage Libra's impact.
The United States Trade Representative's office has announced that it will be holding a public hearing about France's new Digital Services Tax on August 19, starting at 09:30 EDT (UTC-4).
The U.S. has issued a statement saying that it plans to investigate a new law in France that is expected to pass later today. France hopes to force big tech to pay more tax with the DST.
Opera Software has extended Opera's Crypto Wallet to support bitcoin and TRON. The cryptocurrencies are only available on the Opera for Android beta but should come to more platforms soon.
Amazon and the NHS have teamed up to deliver NHS-verified advice to Amazon Alexa users. This will help take the pressure off the NHS and give users reliable information to treat ailments.
Mozilla has released Firefox 68 and a new update for its iOS browser. It brings several new features but also marks the first Extended Support Release in several versions, bringing new policy options.
A new report has found that in the UK, online shopping could go from 19% of retail sales today to 53% by 2028. Such a change could completely change the appearance of high streets around the country.
China's central bank has been spurred on to develop a cryptocurrency following the news of Facebook's Libra 2020 launch. It said it's concerned about the influence the dollar will have on Libra.
Microsoft is set to join the private linux-distros mailing list between now and August 8th. The list is used to discuss security vulnerabilities before they're announced to the wider public.
Debian 10, codenamed Buster, is due for release today (July 6). It comes with nearly 57,703 packages which is the most for any release to date. Lots of end-user software has been upgraded too.
Samsung has released it Q2 2019 earnings guidance. The figures show a decline in operating profits of 56% against the previous year. This is attributed to low demand in the NAND and DRAM markets.
A recently published study has found a link between excessive phone usage and mental health issues, a tendency to drink alcohol, and an increase in the number of sexual partners respondents have had.
A new report compiled by researchers at the University of Essex has revealed that the Met Police's LFR CCTV system only gets a successful match 19% of the time, a damning result for the technology.
The chip maker, Broadcom, is allegedly in the final phases of a deal to acquire the cyber security firm, Symantec. Broadcom could pay $15 billion for Symantec once the deal has been agreed.
Tesla's Model 3 has been given a five-star rating by the European New Car Assessment Programme. Tesla hopes the safety credentials will make the Model 3 more appealing to customers.
Linux Mint's Clement Lefebvre has announced that Linux Mint 20 will ship without support for 32-bit computers. Computers with 64-bit CPUs have been out since 2003 so it shouldn't affect many people.
Facebook has announced that it has begun deranking posts that contain sensational health claims in a bid to remove low-quality content from users' feeds. It said it introduced the change last month.
NASA has reported that its Ascent Abort-2 mission, which tested Orion's launch abort system, was a success. With the mission out of the way, NASA engineers can focus their sights on future missions.
It's now illegal to share deepfake revenge porn content in Virginia, U.S. The new rule came as part of an amendment to the state's revenge porn law that was introduced back in 2014.
The Danish Superliga team, Brøndby IF, has collaborated with Panasonic in order to deploy facial recognition cameras around its stadium in order to keep blacklisted people from attending matches.
Samsung has announced that the Galaxy A80 will finally be launched this month, around July 19. In the European Union, the phone will carry a price of €649 which works out to around $736.
A new Android Beam replacement has been uncovered in new versions of Google Play Services. Fast Share uses Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Direct to share files to a range of different devices.
It has been revealed that Yandex was attacked in October and November last year with Regin malware that is thought to be developed by Five Eyes nations including the United Kingdom and United States.
The UK's digital regulator, Ofcom, has announced that mobile customers will be able to receive their PAC code by simply texting their current provider. This will make switching carriers a lot easier.