Apple antitrust problems in Europe.

Apple antitrust problems in Europe have had their status updated “from bad to worse”.

Basecamp is no longer a base of employment for “roughly a third of the company” who “appears to have accepted buyouts to leave, many citing new company policies.”

Good news:
“New York requires $15 broadband for poor people”

Hold, please:
“promptly gets sued by ISPs”

Today’s data leak news includes the Philippines government and “345,000 sensitive legal documents”.

Yesterday’s news:
Solar powered batteries.

Today’s topic:
“solar energy pavement”

News is in that “United Nations security experts and security firm Group-IB” have taken down 134 websites that “impersonate the World Health Organization (WHO)”

They say they won’t get fooled again.

If you are living in the UK and have been wondering if the Prime Minister’s “personal mobile number has been published online for the past 15 years” the correct answer is “Aye”.

Here is news of “a straightforward Millennial-friendly wireless carrier” that “will let you upgrade your phone before you’ve even paid it off”.

What could possibly go wrong?

Reports are in that researchers at Washington University have developed a “stroke-recovery device using a brain-computer interface”

But wait, there’s more:

They have received FDA market authorization.