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Fitbit deal postponed until the end of the year

There is apparently still a need for discussion in the antitrust proceedings for the takeover of Fitbit by Google. The EU Commission has extended the deadline. Could Google use Fitbit user data for personalized advertising? This is what the EU Commission's current review procedure for the takeover of Fitbit by Google is about. She opened the proceedings in August, and now the deadline has been postponed. In the end, conditions or a ban could be decided. Postponement decided together Actually, the decision should have been made until ... read more at t3n.de...

Android 11 officially launched

In addition to the current Google smartphones, some models from OnePlus, Oppo, Realme and Xiaomi are already being updated to the latest Android version. However, this is still a beta version....

Intel speaks plainly: That’s why the chip manufacturer wants to stick to its plan

While AMD now uses a 7 nm manufacturing process in the desktop area, Intel still hangs around at 14 nm. To make up for the backlog, the rumor mill speculated whether Intel would completely overturn its plan. Now the chip manufacturer has spoken up and explains why you want to stick to the concept. Continue reading Topics: Intel , Ivy Bridge processors , Intel Driver Update Utility , Intel Chipset Device Software (INF Update Utility) , Intel Remote Keyboard , Pocket Avatars , Intel ...

Bytedance: This is the billion dollar company behind Tiktok

Tiktok was the social media hype of the year - despite reports of censorship and discrimination. We introduce you to the IT company behind the app. The short video platform Tiktok is currently one of the most successful apps among teenagers. It is used all over the world in 175 different languages. Last year alone, the app is said to have been downloaded 750 million times. Tiktok is also the most controversial app of the year: In the USA, people are afraid of China's influence on American teenagers - and wonder ... read more on t3n.de. ...