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Amazon Will Soon Begin Refunding In-App Purchases Made By Children

04/04/2017, Back in 2016, Amazon was found guilty of illegally billing parents for in-app purchases accidentally made by their children. Unsurprisingly Amazon decided to appeal the decision, but interestingly enough the company appears to have changed their mind and...

Microsoft Enters Into Patent Licensing Agreement With Casio

04/04/2017, When it comes to wearables, Microsoft made an attempt of their own with the Microsoft Band series of fitness trackers, although those efforts seem to have come to an end late last year. However it seems that the strategy that Microsoft applied to mobile...

Google Launches PAX, Hopes To Put An End To Patent Trolls

04/04/2017, If a company has been found to have infringed upon another company’s patent, a lawsuit usually occurs. Sometimes it is justified especially when the infringement is pretty blatant, but sometimes the patent in question is just so vague that we guess it...

US ISPs Reassure That They Will Not Sell Your Browsing Data

04/01/2017, Several days ago, the House of Representatives in the US passed a resolution in which it overturned an FCC rule during the Obama administration that protected customers’ privacy, where if a US internet service provider (ISP) wanted to sell a...

Middle Eastern Airlines Has A Workaround On Electronics Ban

03/30/2017, As it stands there is a ban on larger electronic devices on airlines coming to the US and UK from several Middle Eastern countries. No doubt that this is a hassle for passengers who were hoping to keep themselves entertained during the flight or hoping to...

LG Sues BLU For Alleged Patent Violation

03/28/2017, For those living in the US, you might be familiar with the company BLU, who has in the past put out some pretty decent handsets with attractive prices. Admittedly the company has really been making many waves compared to the likes of Apple, Samsung, HTC,...

Fake iPad Bomb Apparently The Reason Behind Airlines Electronic Ban

03/27/2017, As you might have heard, recently both the US and the UK have issued a ban on electronic devices larger than a smartphone that are allowed to be brought on board a flight. This meant that passengers traveling with laptops or tablets or other devices had...

Germany Wants To Regulate Live Streams

03/26/2017, Thanks to technology and the internet, anyone can broadcast and share content with a press of a button. We have platforms such as Facebook Live, Twitch, YouTube, and so on, all of which allow users to share live streams from their phones, tablets, or...

Operating A Drone In Canada Just Got A Lot Harder

03/26/2017, With consumer drones being relatively new technology, it wasn’t surprising that it took regulators awhile to come up with rules on how they should be operated. For example in the US, drone owners are required to register their drones with the FAA, which...

Experts To Meet With Federal Government To Discuss VR Ethics

03/25/2017, Just like with most pieces of technology, how a person decides they want to use it is really up to them. Sure there are rules like what’s legal and what’s illegal, but at the end of the day it’s up to someone to decide if they want to use the...

Emirates Offers Workaround On Electronics Ban

03/23/2017, As you have probably heard, the US and UK governments have issued a ban on flights flying out of certain countries to the US and UK in which larger electronic devices have to be checked in. This means that basically any electronic gadget larger than a...