Day: April 24, 2019

LG to halt phone manufacturing in South Korea for 2019 – CNET

LG is reportedly moving production to one of its existing factories in Vietnam. …read more Source:: CNet

Tesla’s Q1 earnings report proved to be kind of a bummer – Roadshow

The company struggles to consistently make a profit as competitors start to close the technology gap. …read more Source:: CNet

Avengers: Endgame: I watched the leaked footage and wasn’t spoiled (spoiler-free) – CNET

A spoiler-free take on the Endgame spoilers that were “all over.” …read more Source:: CNet

FYI: Yeah, the cops can force your finger onto a suspect’s iPhone to see if it unlocks, says judge

Unsealed warrant in Massachusetts adds to growing privacy debate Analysis A US judge gave the cops permission to force people’s fingers onto seized iPhones to see who could unlock them, a newly unsealed search warrant has revealed.… …read more Source:: Register

The FDA just cleared an iPhone ECG sensor that beats the Apple Watch – CNET

AliveCor’s KardiaMobile pocket-sized ECG sensor could detect heart disease, anxiety and more. …read more Source:: CNet

Ginormous 17.3-inch Galaxy View2 tablet available on AT&T, April 26 – CNET

For when you want to watch all things. …read more Source:: CNet

Facebook May Face $5 Billion FTC Fine for Data Misuse

Facebook may be fined as much as $5 million by the FTC for data issues related to the Cambridge Analytica incident. …read more Source:: Threatpost

Google Fit leaps into the iOS arena – CNET

The wearable fitness app goes to play for the other team. …read more Source:: CNet

Facebook’s earnings hit by $3B legal expense related to FTC investigation – CNET

The matter still isn’t settled. …read more Source:: CNet

Some Amazon Sellers Are Paying $10,000 A Month To Trick Their Way To The Top

Amazon’s marketplace is so competitive that it has led to the emergence of a secretive, lucrative black market where agents peddle “black hat” services, sometimes obtained by bribing Amazon employees, that purportedly give marketplace sellers an advantage over their rivals, according to documents obtained by BuzzFeed News. These consultants charge up to $10,000 to manipulate…