TikTok and Spotify have made an agreement that lets TikTok users claim Spotify Premium, for free, for four months. The offer is available in several European markets including the UK and Germany.
The change will initially come to Mexico and Turkey on May 20. According to the initiative, the new Tier 1 subscription will be priced at 9.90 TRY in Turkey and 48 Pesos in Mexico.
Turkey's Internet Law requires social media companies to appoint a local point of contact for content takedown requests from the government. YouTube has stated that it will comply with this law.
Amazon has rolled out its anti-counterfeit tool, Project Zero, to several more countries. Brands can use Amazon Project Zero to enforce their intellectual property on the Amazon platform.
Turkey's Constitutional Court has ruled the country's ban on Wikipedia is a violation of free expression. ISPs that serve the country have now started to lift the ban on the website.
Google has stopped issuing Android licenses to its business partners in Turkey which means they won't be able to launch Android phones with access to the Play Store or Google Play Suite in the region.
In response to what appears to be a very public fiasco, Telltale Games has apologized and removed the real and disturbing image of a dead Russian ambassador from its latest Batman game.
Those who have affected S8 devices in Turkey and the UK, as well as S8+ devices in Turkey and Germany, will now be able to download an OTA update to fix the red tinted screen issue.
By all accounts, it seems as though Wikipedia has been blocked by authorities in Turkey. The site is inaccessible from the country's ISPs, regardless of which language version you use.
The South Korean giant has announced that the proprietary mobile wallet platform, Samsung Pay, will be coming to four additional markets this month. A launch in Turkey in Q4 2017 is also rumored.
After releasing Android 7.0 for the Galaxy Note5 last week, it emerged that Samsung was preparing to make the Nougat update available to the Galaxy S6 edge+ too. That rollout has now begun.
After releasing Android 7.0 for the Galaxy Note5 last week, Samsung is now preparing to commence its Nougat rollout for the Galaxy S6 edge+. Once again, it looks like the rollout will begin in Turkey.
After bringing Android 7.0 to the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge in January, and the S6 and S6 edge this month, Samsung has now begun rolling out the update to its Galaxy Note5 - slightly later than planned.
A series of prominent Twitter accounts, including Amnesty, Unicef and the BBC, started throwing insults at Germany and the Netherlands and promoting Turkish propaganda thanks to a security breach.
Although Samsung itself has not yet confirmed the Nougat rollout to eligible older devices, the Galaxy S6 edge+ has received Wi-Fi certification, indicating it's a step closer to getting Android 7.0.
Samsung has published a detailed roadmap for its Android 7.0 upgrade plans in Turkey, providing a rough guide for which of its phones and tablets will get the Nougat update in other markets, and when.
Two days after its announcement, HTC has paused the Android 7.0 Nougat rollout for its 10 flagship in mainland Europe, and says that it doesn't expect the rollout to resume until February.
Wikileaks has been blocked in Turkey following the publication of thousands of emails belonging to Turkey's ruling AKP party. The emails were published less than a week after a coup attempt in Turkey.
A new type of malware is spreading on Android devices in a corners of the world. The trojan steals login information for banking and financial apps, as well as two-factor authentication codes.
A ministry in Turkey has called for a nationwide ban of Minecraft after the results of their report depicted it as being "too violent". The ruling is under consideration from Turkish courts.
Turkey has ordered Facebook to take down content that was deemed to be offensive to the prophet Mohammad, but the company has yet to respond. Despite its stance on free speech it will likely comply.
The Turkish government's ban on YouTube has been lifted, for the third time. Users can now, without the need for a workaround, watch all the angry cats and pranks gone wrong they can tolerate!
After discussing the issue with Twitter executives, the government of Turkey says it will begin to pixelate any Twitter posts that contain what they call 'malicious content'.
The Turkish Government made news earlier this week by blocking the IP addresses of twitter, preventing its citizens from accessing the site. Now going one step further they have blocked Google's DNS.
Since the court reversal regarding Twitter, the latest development is that Turkey is now banning Google's popular video site, Youtube.
Thousands of Twitter users in Turkey are accessing VPN and Tor to bypass the government's ban of the social networking site. A forum has appeared on WikiLeaks, encouraging users to "use it anyway".
Microsoft is planning to launch a research and development lab in Turkey as part of a program from that country's government that will help its schools replace books with tablets.
A DNS change has put 284 webpages at a weakness to hackers. Among the pages defaced by a group of seemingly Turkish hackers are the eBay, Microsoft and Google sites. No groups claim responsibility.
Russia and Turkey are receiving a different default engine to most WP8 handsets, with Yandex coming as standard on both. The partnership could help gain some control for Yandex within Turkey.
Under one week ago, news came that Turkey had reinstated access to YouTube after videos containing offensive material were removed. The access didn't last long as a video was posted that was a " naughty...
For the past two years, Turkey has cut off access to the popular video sharing website, YouTube. Videos had been uploaded which were received as insulting to the country's founder, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. Now, the...
A Turkish court has again blocked access to the popular video-sharing Web site YouTube because of clips allegedly insulting the country's founding father; the first ban was also due to clips deemed disrespectful to Mustafa...
It seems as if today is the day of the repeat story: a court in Turkey has banned access to YouTube after a single citizen complained that it contained clips which insulted the country. The...
A parliamentary commission has approved a proposal allowing Turkey to block Web sites that are deemed insulting to the founder of modern Turkey. Parliament plans to vote on the proposal, which indicates the discomfort that...
Turkey lifted its ban on YouTube Friday, an official for the country's largest telecommunications firm said, two days after a court ordered the Web site blocked because of videos that allegedly insulted the founder of...
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