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LAST_UPDATETue, 19 Jun 2018 10pm

AT&T In Talks With FTC To Resolve Complaint On Deceptive Data Plans

WASHINGTON - AT&T Inc (T.N) said on Thursday that it is negotiating with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission to resolve a 2014 complaint that claimed the company offered deceptive “unlimited” mobile phone data plans.

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Bike Theft Puts The Brakes On China's Mobike In Mexico City

Pic: ReutersMEXICO CITY: Chinese bike-sharing company Mobike entered the Latin American market in Mexico City this year drawn by its millions of potential clients. Now it has run into a problem increasingly plaguing the country: street crime.

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Samsung Won't Be Forced To Update Old Phones

Samsung will not be forced to update the software on its mobile phones for years after their release, after it won a court case in the Netherlands.

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School Shooting Game Active Shooter Pulled By Steam

A game pitched as a "school shooting simulation" has been ditched from Steam's online store ahead of release.

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New Zealand Privacy Watchdog Seeks Greater Power Over Facebook

Pic: ReutersWELLINGTON: New Zealand’s top privacy enforcer is seeking greater powers to regulate Facebook Inc as the social media giant grapples with a tough new privacy regime in Europe and investigations around the globe over its handling of personal data.

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Uber, Waymo In Talks About Self-Driving Partnership: Uber CEO

Pic: ReutersRANCHO PALOS VERDES, CALIF.: Uber Technologies Inc is talking with Alphabet Inc’s autonomous driving unit Waymo about using its technology on Uber’s ride-hailing app, Uber Chief Executive Dara Khosrowshahi said on Wednesday, signaling a possible thaw in relations between the firms.

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U.S. Judge Dismisses Kaspersky Suits To Overturn Government Ban

A U.S. federal judge on Wednesday dismissed two lawsuits by Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab that sought to overturn bans on the use of the security software maker’s products in U.S. government networks.

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Google Launches Second App In China, Woos Top Smartphone Market

BEIJING  - Alphabet Inc’s (GOOGL.O) Google has launched a file managing tool in several Chinese app stores as it looks for fresh inroads into the world’s biggest smartphone market, where most of the internet giant’s top products remain banned.

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World Cup 2018: BBC iPlayer To Stream Matches In 4K HDR

The BBC is to stream dozens of World Cup matches live in 4K resolution and high dynamic range colour (HDR) to UK-based audiences in June and July.

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Apple And Russia Face Off Over Telegram On App Store

Telegram is a messaging app used widely in Russia and across the world.Apple and Russia are locked in a stand-off over the company's App Store.

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