Microsoft Bringing Australian-Style Paid News to the EU

Microsoft is working to help EU publishers get paid for their news, similar to an Australian law that would enforce the same thing.

Swedish Court Strikes Dashes Huawei’s Hopes, Upholds Ban

A Swedish court has dismissed Huawei’s appeal of a ban preventing it from participating in the country’s 5G network.

WhatsApp Delays Privacy Changes Amid Backlash

Facebook’s WhatsApp has announced it will delay its privacy policy changes, amid one of the biggest waves of backlash the company has faced.

Signal Growing So Fast It Experienced Technical Issues

Signal has been adding so many new users that it experienced technical issues today.

Sweden’s Largest Insurer Leaked Private Data to Tech Firms

Sweden’s largest insurer, Folksam, has admitted to accidentally leaking the private data of one million of its customers to tech firms.

Alibaba Will Invest $1.4 Billion in Smart Speaker AI

Chinese tech giant Alibaba has announced its plans to invest $1.4 billion in smart speaker AI systems.

Not So Fast: Amazon Likely to Win Defense Contract Lawsuit

U.S. Court of Federal Claims Judge Patricia Campbell-Smith says Amazon is likely to win its lawsuit challenging Microsoft’s win of a coveted Pentagon contract.

Panasonic Ending Involvement In Tesla’s New York Solar Factory

Panasonic has announced it is winding down its involvement in Tesla’s solar factory in Buffalo, NY as there are increasing signs of a detonating partnership.