Google Releases Android 6.0.1 With Updated Emojis and More

By Yahoo News Google released its first update to Android Marshmallow this week. Version 6.0.1 is far from significant, but it is a much needed update for squashing a few bugs and behind-the-scenes security fixes. It...

Media services to be portable in EU

By BBC Online service subscriptions, such as Netflix and Sky's Now TV, will be portable across the EU under proposals announced on Wednesday. The European Commission also described its plan to overhaul copyright laws, which it...

Yahoo abandon plan to spin off its stake in Alibaba

By Agencies Yahoo has abandoned a plan to spin off its stake in Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba. Most of the internet company's $33bn (£21.8bn) value is attributed to its shareholding in Alibaba. The decision is the opposite...

Warning given about hoverboards

By Agencies They're likely to be one of the must-have presents this Christmas but warnings have been given out about hoverboards. It's because there are worries that some of the hoverboards on sale could have parts...

Media services to be portable in EU

By BBC Online service subscriptions, such as Netflix and Sky's Now TV, will be portable across the EU under proposals announced on Wednesday. The European Commission also described its plan to overhaul copyright laws, which it...

Huawei partners with Telkom Kenya to reach out to more consumers

By Beth Nyaga Huawei Technologies has aggressively embarked on striking retail partnerships as it seeks to expand its smartphone foothold in the country. The latest move has seen the company partner with Telkom Kenya, in a...

Teen hackers targeted by the National Crime Agency

By Agencies Teenagers committing crimes online are being targeted by the National Crime Agency. The campaign aims to warn young people about the dangers of hacking and using online tools for cyber-attacks. The CyberChoices campaign comes after...

Tech giant Toshiba to face $60m fine

By BBC Troubled Japanese tech giant Toshiba could face a record fine of 7.37bn yen ($60m; £39m) for its multi-billion dollar accounting scandal. The fine was recommended by the Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission (SESC) to...

Google: Make ‘spell-check’ for hate

By BBC Technology companies should work on tools to disrupt terrorism - such as creating a hate speech "spell-checker" - Google's chairman Eric Schmidt has said. Writing in the New York Times, Mr Schmidt said using...

Samsung to make $548m patent payment

By BBC Samsung has agreed to pay Apple $548m (£362m) as part of a deal to settle a long-running patent dispute. The arrangement was revealed in papers filed to a California court by both companies on...
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