Amazon has announced that Apple Music subscribers will be able to make requests to Alexa to play from Apple Music's catalogue of 50 million songs through Echo devices.
BlackBerry have released an update to the BlackBerry Hub app for Android, bringing the ability to view messages from your most important contacts and conversations with priority Hub.
Organisations across the business services, construction and finance sectors are among the first to be fined by the ICO for not paying the data protection fee. All organisations, companies and sole traders that process personal data must pay an annual fee to the ICO unless they are exempt. Fines for not paying can be up to a maximum of £4,350.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined Uber £385,000 for failing to protect customers’ personal information during a cyber attack. A series of avoidable data security flaws allowed the personal details of around 2.7 million UK customers to be accessed and downloaded by attackers from a cloud-based storage system operated by Uber’s US parent company. This included full names, email addresses and phone numbers.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined two companies that made nearly 1.73 million direct marketing phone calls to people registered with the Telephone Preference Service (TPS).
Sarment Holding and BlackBerry are working to co-develop Keyyes Chat, a highly encrypted messaging application to provide identity and data security management for Sarment's high-net worth user base.
An antitrust lawsuit against Apple will reach the U.S. Supreme Court today, determining whether the company has created a monopoly by only allowing apps to be sold through its first-party App Store and that Apple's 30% commissions for the App Store are excessive.
Back in August, TCL unveiled the BlackBerry KEY2 LE and the company are launching the trimmed down Key2 today in Nigeria. The launch will take place at WheatBaker Hotel at 4, Onitolo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos, starting at 10:00am.
There’s long been an industry assumption that Wifi is better than mobile networks in almost every way. As a result, ever since the arrival of the earliest iPhone and Android smartphones, around ten years ago, smartphones have routinely jumped on the nearest known Wifi connection, using it in preference to 2G, 3G or 4G mobile networks for data.
O2 is working with Nokia on two Massive MIMO trials in Kings Cross and Marble Arch, aimed at enhancing connectivity for O2 customers and paving the way for the future deployment of 5G across the capital.