If you have an iPhone running iOS 9, you may want to check to see if your data bill changed since upgrading.
A lawsuit is going after Apple for turning on Wi-Fi Assist by default in the latest software update. CNET Update explains the drama around the new iPhone feature, along with reported leaked images from Apple Music’s upcoming Android app:
Up and up the roads to Green Bank went, winding into the West Virginian hills as four lanes thinned to one. It was early March and snow was still spattered on the leaf mould between the firs and larches. Hip-hop and classic rock radio stations were gradually replaced by grave pastors and bawdy men twanging banjos and, eventually, they too faded to crackling white noise. The signal pips on my phone hollowed out. I was nearly there.
The Authority for Consumers and Markets in the Netherlands has imposed fines on KPN and Vodafone — the country’s two largest operators —for violating net neutrality rules.
KPN has been hit with a €250,000 penalty, while rival Vodafone is worse off by €200,000, following the ruling.
A GRANDMOTHER has spent thousands of pounds making her home wi-fi proof to protect her health.
Stefanie Russell, 72, from Steyning, claims radiation from wi-fi internet and mobile phone signals give her headaches and nausea which make it impossible for her to be near some types of technology.
If you’re over a certain age, you’ll remember the sort of future we were promised by the Jetsons, Dan Dare and Buck Rogers – flying cars, robot maids, everyday space travel. For a long time, it’s seemed that vision of the future was a total mirage; we thought we’d have robot butlers and got 140-character messaging instead.
However, the robots have been quietly fighting back – advancing in technology and now more and more are all over the place revolutionising certain professions.