Apple has given Facebook back its “Enterprise Certification,” which means employees can go back to using the special, employee-only versions of the company’s mobile apps
Apple has now shut down Google’s ability to distribute its internal iOS apps, following a similar shutdown that was issued to Facebook earlier this week.
Foxconn is even more aggressively cutting back its growth ambitions around the world than we previously thought.
The latest beleaguered Google product to get a death date is Google+. Google’s controversial Facebook clone is shutting down on April 2. Google has been backing away from the service for years, but it gave the site a death sentence in October, after revelations of a data leak were made public.
A European Commission Statement says that Data Protection Authorities (DPAs) across Europe received 95,180 complaints regarding the mishandling of personal data and companies reported a record number of 41,502 data breaches since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was .
Uber customers who live in Denver may notice something strange when they open the company’s app today: a tiny train car with the word “transit” next to it, sitting atop the list of usual ride-hailing options.
A streaming service called Locast is trying to revive the dream of Aereo — the legally defeated company that let you stream broadcast TV networks like NBC, ABC, CBS, and Fox for a monthly fee — by trying out a different legal approach: giving the whole thing away for free.
Ultraviolet, one of the entertainment industry’s first attempts at creating a comprehensive digital locker service, is shutting down on July 31st, as first reported by Variety.