A third-party Instagram client has been removed from the App Store after raking in thousands of downloads in a few days. It offered an ad-free, customizable experience that Meta did not appreciate.
Windows 11 (KB5017389) finally adds tabbed File Explorer and more
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Windows 11 Preview in Beta Channel comes with Tablet-optimized taskbar
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Windows 11 Dev Channel finally brings Task Manager with a right click, and more
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Printer nightmares, Teams capabilities, and the death of SwiftKey for iOS
The Indonesian government has blocked multiple companies and services for continuing to operate without registering themselves. Registration would also enforce certain tough regulatory restrictions.
The US government has taken Meta to court and imposed a fine for violating the Fair Housing Act for implementing discriminatory ad targeting system based on their "race, color, religion, and more".
Google is effectively killing off third-party call recorder apps in the Play Store by restricting access to its Accessibility APIs which were being used by developers to circumvent Google's policies.
The NYU Ad Observatory project studies political ads on Facebook. Its access to the platform has now been shut down because it breached user privacy by scraping data, despite repeated warnings.
Apple recently stated that the Amphetamine app for Mac would be removed from the App Store for being named after a drug and featuring a pill icon. Now, the company has reversed its stance.
Twitter announced a crackdown on QAnon, the conspiracy theory movement, by banning 7,000 accounts, and taking additional measures to prevent the spread of content violating the platform's rules.
Popular lyrics website Genius has alleged that Google steals content from its website and shows it directly in search results, which consequently means less viewership for the website.
A former employee at Spotify has filed a legal complaint against the music streaming company for giving a higher pay to male staffers and for other violations such as gender discrimination.
Following a UN Human Rights Council report which found evidence of human rights abuses in Myanmar, Facebook has banned dozens of accounts and pages, including that of the country's top military chief.
The state capital of the United States is filing a lawsuit against the two conglomerates for allegedly violating campaign finance law. The state seeks penalties and an injuction on the two companies.
Qualcomm has been fined over $850 million in South Korea for violating antitrust laws. The company has publicly complained against the decision and aims to file an official appeal soon.
Microsoft's Terry Myerson has offered a statement on the privacy concerns faced by some users in Windows 10, claiming that "unlike some other platforms", Microsoft does not collect personal data.
One user discovered a loophole in YouTube's automatic word filtering for unsavoury content and promptly uploaded around twenty pornographic videos *cue canned laughter*
Amazon's official app has been removed from Google Play due to a store hidden internally within the main app, which violated Google's Developer Distribution Agreement.
Google continues its efforts to eradicate piracy after facing harsh criticism. The latest includes removing Pirate Bay related apps from the store, much to the dismay of the respective developers.
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