The EU will also introduce measures to ensure the interoperability of wireless charging systems in the years to come. This motion doesn’t address any real existing problems—wireless charging has become more standardized over time—but, rather, it’s a protective mechanism for the future. The European Parliament is concerned about a potential future schism. … [Read more...] about Will the EU Make Apple Get Rid of Lightning on the iPhone?
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WhatsApp was created in 2009 by computer programmers Brian Acton and Jan Koum - former employees of Yahoo It's one of the most popular messaging services in the world Koum came up with the name WhatsApp because it sounded like "what's up" After a number of tweaks the app was released with a messaging component in June 2009, with 250,000 active users It was originally free but switched to a paid service to avoid growing too fast. Then in 2016, it became free again for all users Facebook bought WhatsApp Inc in February 2014 for $19.3billion (£14.64bn) The app is particularly popular because all messages are encrypted during transit, shutting out snoopers As of January 2018, WhatsApp has over 1.5billion users globally … [Read more...] about WhatsApp clues that reveal if someone has blocked you on the chat app
Allred later accused the defense of trying to interfere with her ability to represent the women and said having her testify might not do them much good. She told reporters outside the courthouse that if called as a witness, she couldn’t be compelled to reveal any confidential communications with clients. … [Read more...] about Weinstein lawyers want judge off rape case over texting jabs
Shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper asked Mrs May about the implications of her decision: "Clearly other people subject to extradition proceedings or immigration proceedings do cite medical conditions as a reason not to extradite so it would be useful for Parliament and the courts to understand the tests you have applied and whether that will set precedent in other cases." … [Read more...] about Gary McKinnon extradition to US blocked by Theresa May
Reporting by Ryan Woo in Beijing and Hyonhee Shin in Seoul; Additional reporting by Judy Hua, Huizhong Wu, Yawen Chen, Lusha Zhang and David Kirton in Beijing, Engen Tham in Shangai, Joyce Lee and Cynthia Kim in Seoul, Tom Westbrook in Singapore; Writing by Stephen Coates; Editing by Lincoln Feast. … [Read more...] about China eases restrictions as other countries report surge in cases