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Volkswagen Could Spend $7.3 Billion In Diesel Deception Scandal

09/22/2015, As you might have heard, Volkswagen has recently landed themselves in a bit of trouble over in the US. It would seem that they had engaged in deceptive practices with regards to their diesel emissions tests in which through the use of software, the...

US EPA Accuses Volkswagen Group Of Cheating On Emissions Tests

09/18/2015, It would seem that the Volkswagen Group might have landed themselves in a spot of trouble recently with the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The agency had accused the carmaker of cheating on emissions tests, thus forcing them to recall as many...

Recent Apple Patent Victory Spells Trouble For Samsung

09/17/2015, The patent war between Apple and Samsung is far from over. Both companies are still pretty much at each other’s throats, although safe to say that the intensity of it isn’t quite the same as it was several years ago when it first began, although a...

Sony Blames China’s Censorship For Lukewarm PS4 Sales

09/17/2015, It was only recently that China had lifted the ban on the sales of consoles in the country. This immediately saw the likes of Microsoft and Sony rushing to get their consoles into the country on an official basis, but according to early reports, it seems...

Localized YouTube Could See Its Ban Lifted In Pakistan

09/16/2015, There are some parts of the world where YouTube is banned. Such places include China and Pakistan. However in the latter’s case, it seems that they are now having discussions in which the ban could potentially be lifted. For those unfamiliar, YouTube...

Man Fined For Flying Drones Over UK Football Stadiums

09/16/2015, Drones are great because they can fly, and attach a camera to it and you will be able to get some pretty nice photos and videos that you would not have been able to otherwise. Unfortunately not everyone is too happy about the freedom that drone owners are...

Popular “Hoverboard” Makers Sued By Segway

09/15/2015, If you’ve been paying attention to social media, you’ll realize that there are more photos and videos of people riding “hoverboards”. These aren’t technically hoverboards but yet they are called that anyway. Basically they are a set of wheels...

Two Men In China Tried To Sell Their Kidneys For The iPhone 6s

09/15/2015, It is no secret that Apple’s iPhones are highly-desirable handsets, and with the launch of the new iPhones, Apple is reportedly set on selling even more units than ever. However despite the large number of sales, there is an even bigger number of people...

Google Accused Of Monopolizing Apps In Russia

09/14/2015, When you buy an Android device, there is a good chance it will come preloaded with Google’s apps and services, like Gmail, Google Search, Maps, and so on. For the most part those are some of the reasons why users choose Android to begin with. However it...

Father Sues Facebook, Claims Daughter Exposed To Sexual Predators

09/14/2015, I suppose many things in life are neutral – it is what we do or make of it that ends up changing the particular situation. Take Facebook for instance – if you were to use it the right way, it is ideal to keep in touch with family and friends...

US Court Punishes Kickstarter Campaign For Crowdfunding Theft

09/14/2015, There are plenty of projects on Kickstarter. Some are great ideas, some not so great. Some are huge Kickstarter successes, but even within those there are frauds. Recently the a court in Washington has fined the creators of a Kickstarter project called...

Spotify Releases Updated, Clearer Privacy Policy

09/04/2015, Companies make updates to their policies all the time to reflect changing times and new products. However a couple of weeks ago, Spotify updated their privacy policy which had many users fuming. The reason was because of the language Spotify used, which...

Waze Accused Of Stealing Traffic Data Ahead Of Google Acquisition

09/03/2015, A couple of years ago, Google announced that they would be acquiring Waze. It was an interesting purchase given that Google already had Google Maps, but the idea of crowd-sourced traffic data appeared to be a bit too appealing for Google to pass up. Not...

Movie Studios, Record Labels Sue To Have The Pirate Bay Blocked

09/01/2015, Last year Swedish authorities raided The Pirate Bay’s servers effectively shutting down one of the world’s largest torrent websites for a while. However it seems that despite the attempted shutdown, it did not slow piracy down one bit as users simply...