EU Sets December 28, 2024 Deadline for iPhones to Use USB-C
According to the European Union's official deadline, all new phones sold in the region, including iPhones, will have to use USB-C for charging.
Apple, Google Warn Senate Antitrust Legislation Would Harm User Privacy and Security
Bills currently being considered by the Senate will make "it much harder to protect the privacy and security of Americans’ personal devices," said Apple.
Uber is Eager to Launch in Manitoba
Uber is getting really eager to launch in the province of Manitoba.
Apple Opposes ‘Right to Repair’ Legislation in Nebraska
Apple Opposes 'Right to Repair' Legislation in Nebraska, says that it will turn the state into a "mecca" for hackers.
New York District Attorney Wants Legislation For ‘Warrant-Friendly’ iOS
New York County District Attorney Cyrus Vance has called for federal legislation to force Apple to make its iOS operating system "warrant-friendly." According to a new report released yesterday at the launch of the Manhattan district attorney's brand-new "cyberlab," Cyrus Vance unveiled the fact that there are currently over 400 locked iPhones sitting in evidence in...
Uber Offers Concessions to Taxis as Legislative Hearings Begin in Quebec
Uber is willing to temporarily suspend operations in Quebec as city council prepares new legislations.
Harsher Legislation Reduces Number of Distracted Driving Tickets Issued in Calgary
The number of distracted driving tickets issued to drivers in Calgary fell year-over-year.
Uber Will Continue to Operate in Ottawa Until New Legislation Takes Effect
Uber will continue to operate in Ottawa until legislation is passed.
Ipsos Reid Study Shows Metro Vancouver Wants Regulations for Uber
A new poll from Ipsos Reid shows that ride-sharing services should be required to meet the same regulations as taxis
Uber Hints at Possible Launch in British Columbia’s Capital
Uber is hinting at a possible launch in Victoria, B.C.