Apple and Google still on radar, says EU’s Vestager

EU regulators looked into Apple’s mobile payment service and found it was not market dominant but they could review it again if they receive formal complaints, Europe’s antitrust chief has said. In an interview with Reuters, European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager also signalled that Google and Amazon would remain very much on her radar until
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  You don’t have to look far into the future to see a day when all houses come equipped with home security cameras. In the modern day, with our rampant internet usage, we’ve become surprisingly lackadaisical in our approach to home security. Just think how much information you give away when you do a simple online grocery
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Firstly, a huge congratulations to all the technology leaders in the recently announced CIO50 for 2018. As a member of the judging panel for this year’s awards, I was inspired by the breadth of work going on across the country. I also have a new found respect for the work that goes into reviewing and
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A Clark County grand jury indicted Henderson Constable Earl Mitchell on five felony counts Thursday after a Las Vegas Review-Journal story questioned his spending of county money. Mitchell, 61, faces four counts of theft and one count of fraudulent appropriation of property by a public officer. The grand jury determined that he likely misused about
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A president’s emergency powers are extensive, and largely unchecked. In the weeks leading up to the 2018 midterm elections, President Donald Trump reached deep into his arsenal to try to deliver votes to Republicans. Most of his weapons were rhetorical, featuring a mix of lies and false inducements—claims that every congressional Democrat had signed on to an
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The Pentagon wants to bring the same low-cost drone technology behind aerial wedding photos or extreme skiing videos to the battlefield. But it needs the private sector’s help to do so at a time of rising tension between Silicon Valley and Washington. Defense officials hope the new initiative, dubbed “Project Phoenix,” will help jump-start cooperation
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Truckers concerned about the havoc online reviews can wreak on their fortunes can take heart: The latest crop of online review software enables you to establish a powerful command center to monitor and influence your company’s reputation. “Penske has been handling online reviews and social media comments for many years,” said Randy Ryerson, Penske’s director
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If your website takes more than four seconds to load, you’ve already lost a quarter of your visitors. December 6, 2018 8 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.  The ecommerce industry is growing rapidly every year, but that doesn’t mean that all ecommerce businesses are growing at the speed they’d like. Related: Use These
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Corporate boards wary of the #MeToo movement and other recent ethical scandals think they’re getting a better grasp of their company’s culture among rank-and-file employees, according to an annual poll released Dec. 6. Nearly half of the board members surveyed, or 45 percent, said they understand the “mood in the middle” levels of their company,
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