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Kuo: software issues push Apple’s mixed-reality headset to late 2023

Kuo: software issues push Apple's mixed-reality headset to late 2023

A render of a potential Apple headset [AppleInsider] AppleInsider may earn an affiliate commission on purchases made through links on our site. Apple’s in-development mixed-reality headset could see its launch pushed back from early 2023 to later in the year, indicates analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, with software issues causing an extended delay. Apple’s long-rumored …

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Cloud computing grows up and takes on more jobs

Cloud computing grows up and takes on more jobs

Illustration: Aida Amer/Axios New offerings from Amazon Web Services on Tuesday highlight how far the cloud computing business has evolved beyond its roots. The big picture: AWS pioneered cloud services as a provider of raw computing and storage accessible over the internet, but Amazon and its rivals are increasingly offering services tailored to specific industries …

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Georgia, other states settle smartphone ad case with Google, iHeartMedia | News

Georgia, other states settle smartphone ad case with Google, iHeartMedia |  News

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Apple Is A Favorite For NFL Sunday Ticket, But Could YouTube TV Snag The Victory In The Last Minute?

Apple Is A Favorite For NFL Sunday Ticket, But Could YouTube TV Snag The Victory In The Last Minute?

DIRECTV has been the exclusive home to “NFL Sunday Ticket” since the ’90s. Talks between the NFL and … [+] other media rights partners have stalled. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. Talks for the NFL Sunday Ticket sports rights package will likely extend into early next year, The New York Times reports. …

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Elon Musk says he would make his own smartphone if app stores ban Twitter

Elon Musk says he would make his own smartphone if app stores ban Twitter

Elon Musk said he would make his own smartphone if Google and Apple were to ban Twitter from their app stores. Musk said in tweeted responding to conservative podcaster Liz Wheeler that he hopes the situation does not come to that but that he will make that decision if necessary. “I certainly hope it does …

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Google releases emergency Chrome fix for zero-day bug

Google releases emergency Chrome fix for zero-day bug

Google has issued emergency patches to patch a security vulnerability that it says is actively being exploited in the wild in its Chrome web browser. According to the company, the Stable channel has been updated to version 107.0.5304.121 for Mac and Linux, and to version 107.0.5304.121/.122 for Windows. These updates are scheduled to roll out …

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Seismic Shifts In International Data Markets Demand Broadband Internet Policy Update

Seismic Shifts In International Data Markets Demand Broadband Internet Policy Update

Through parallel internets, platforms have driven seismic shifts in global data flows. getty The global policy movement to improve connectivity and close the digital divide has spawned reports on international markets for data and associated regulatory policies. The papers present sometimes confusing terminology: usage, transit, peering, and interconnection. Each term has a specific meaning and …

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Former Google engineer blames the internet’s failures for why search has had an ‘overall decline’

Former Google engineer blames the internet's failures for why search has had an 'overall decline'

Google’s first female engineer said Google has seen an overall decline in the quality of its search results but raises the idea that it is just a window onto the web, suggesting it may be the entire internet that is getting worse. Marissa Mayer, who worked at Google from 2009 to 2012, was a guest …

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Can solar storms damage submarine cables and DESTROY internet on Earth? Google tells us

Can solar storms damage submarine cables and DESTROY internet on Earth?  Google tells us

Google researchers have studied the damage a highly intense solar storm on Earth can do to the submarine cables that provide high-speed internet access across continents. The year 2023 is causing dread for a number of astronomers and scientists who specialize in the study of the Sun. The upcoming year will mark the peak of …

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FCC Mandates ‘Nutrition Labels’ on Internet Bills

FCC Mandates 'Nutrition Labels' on Internet Bills

New broadband labels break down prices and hidden fees. screenshot: FCC Internet service providers will soon have to publish “nutrition labels” that prominently display the actual costs of their servicesbreaking down hidden fees, data caps, speed promises, and information about when discounts expire, the Federal Communications Commission announced Thursday. The labels will make it far …

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