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What President Trump Doesn’t Know About ZTE

Although top senators, including Democrat Chuck Schumer and Republican Marco Rubio, are urging the administration not to bend on ZTE, President Trump is planning to ease penalties on the Chinese telecommunications giant for violating sanctions against Iran and North Korea. But what Mr. Trump may not realize is that ZTE is also one of the world’s most notorious intellectual property ... Read More »

Ad fraud is out of control — billions lost by media industry, says a new report

Video: Twitter follows Google and Facebook by banning cryptocurrency ads Fake media sites using techniques such as buying fake traffic to appear real and pretending to be legitimate media websites such as Hearst’s Esquire.com are running off with billions of dollars in revenues. Read also: Google: Now you can mute those annoying ‘reminder’ ads “Ad fraud is at all time ... Read More »

The 9 features Amazon and Google must add to the Echo and Home

The Amazon Echo and Google Home are amazing devices and both have advantages over the other. In my home, we use the Amazon Echo and have them around the house and outside. I have the original in the living room, a Dot in bedrooms, my office and outside, a Tap in my woodworking workshop and Spots in the kids’ room ... Read More »

The 9 features Amazon and Google must add to the Echo and Home

The Amazon Echo and Google Home are amazing devices and both have advantages over the other. In my home, we use the Amazon Echo and have them around the house and outside. I have the original in the living room, a Dot in bedrooms, my office and outside, a Tap in my woodworking workshop and Spots in the kids’ room ... Read More »

Scam alert: Identifying and blocking "Google" robocall spam

UPDATE: This article was originally published in January 2018 with input from Google. In May 2018, Google reached out to ZDNet to tell us they announced new efforts involving direct action against robocall spammers. This article has been updated with that information. A few days ago, my phone rang with yet another call from “my local Google specialist.” I get ... Read More »

Scam alert: Identifying and blocking "Google" robocall spam

UPDATE: This article was originally published in January 2018 with input from Google. In May 2018, Google reached out to ZDNet to tell us they announced new efforts involving direct action against robocall spammers. This article has been updated with that information. A few days ago, my phone rang with yet another call from “my local Google specialist.” I get ... Read More »

Watchdogs ask Googlers to stop it favoring its own search results

A new coalition of activist groups led by Yelp and TripAdvisor are renewing the fight to get Google to give a fair opportunity to all sites instead of putting its Knowledge Cards atop the results for subjective search queries. The alliance that includes Fight For The Future and Consumer Watchdog.org has assembled tens of thousands of dollars to run targeted ... Read More »

T-Mobile LG G7 ThinQ review: Average battery life and high price overshadow excellent audio performance

Earlier this month I attended the LG G7 ThinQ launch event in NYC and then posted some first thoughts after spending five days with the new LG flagship smartphone. Yesterday, T-Mobile was the first US carrier to reveal retail pricing and availability so it’s time to post my full review. I’ve been using a T-Mobile retail version, after sending back ... Read More »

What we know about Google’s Duplex demo so far

The highlight of Google’s I/O keynote earlier this month was the reveal of Duplex, a system that can make calls to set up a salon appointment or a restaurant reservation for you by calling those places, chatting with a human and getting the job done. That demo drew lots of laughs at the keynote, but after the dust settled, plenty ... Read More »

Google erases ‘Don’t be evil’ from code of conduct after 18 years

Video: To comply with EU, Google simplifies privacy settings. At some point in the past month, Google removed its famous ‘Don’t be evil’ motto from the introduction to its code of conduct. As spotted by Gizmodo, the phrase was dropped from the preface of Google’s code of conduct in late April or early May. Until then, ‘Don’t be evil’ were ... Read More »

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