Dish Network and Sling TV customers once again have access to Disney-owned channels after the two companies reached a tentative agreement.
Google Translate has shut down in China, leaving users without one of the best online translation services available.
Hackers followed through on their threats, releasing private information after the LA School system refused to pay a ransom.
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Dish Network and its Sling TV streaming service have lost Disney-owned channels as a result of a contract dispute.
Fedora and openSUSE have taken a step backward in usability, disabling GPU-accelerated decoding for H.264, H.265, and VC1 codecs.
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Roku has enabled Nielsen four-screen measurement across traditional TV, connected TV, mobile, and desktop.
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Android apps continue to be a privacy nightmare, with 1 in 2 apps on the Google Play Store sharing user data with third parties.
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New York has joined California in requiring that all new passenger vehicles sold in the state be zero emissions by 2035.
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After months of rumors and denials, Google is officially “winding down” its Stadia game service.
Microsoft is killing off its SwiftKey predictive keyboard for iOS, with plans to remove it from the App Store as of October 5.
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