Amazon removes Kindle digital product purchases from its Android apps

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The online marketplace made the move in response to the Google Play Store’s billing policy. Amazon has announced that it has already started removing the option for Kindle digital product purchases from its Android apps including Shopping, Audible, Music and Prime Video. The company has started notifying customers that they will need to make their purchases on the website. Amazon has stopped kindle digital product purchases through its various Amazon apps in response to Google’s Play Store billing policy. The change first rolled out on its Shopping and Prime Video…

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Starlink satellite internet achieves important 400,000 subscriber milestone

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The SpaceX company shared with the FCC the new number, which is up from 250,000 in March. SpaceX, the Elon Musk space company, shared with federal regulators in a recent presentation that its Starlink satellite internet service now has more than 400,000 subscribers worldwide. This new subscriber data shows that the company is experiencing substantial and rapid growth. The company has been taking in a rising number of subscribers for its satellite internet service, which first launched in October 2020. In just March, Starlink had announced that it had about…

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Tips On Returning to Education After a Break

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Whether you’re a mature student coming back to education to pursue a career change, or you’ve taken some time out for traveling or other priorities, whatever the reason you’ve taken a break from education, now is the best time to get back into studying and change the course of your life. However, we know this can be difficult, especially if times have changed a lot since you last sat in a classroom. But don’t worry! In this article, we’ll break down our top tips for returning to education after a…

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Clearview AI must delete all UK resident facial recognition data

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The United Kingdom is the fourth country to require the controversial company to do so. Clearview AI, the highly controversial facial recognition company, has been ordered by the United Kingdom’s privacy watchdog, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), to delete all data belonging to the country’s residents. The ICO has also issued Clearview AI a $9.4 million (£7.5 million) fine for failing to be legally compliant. The fine was issued for failing to follow the UK data protection laws with regards to Clearview AI’s facial recognition practices. This is nothing new…

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Volkswagen and Microsoft launch augmented reality glasses project

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The companies are working to use the HoloLens 2 to bring AR into the driving experience. Volkswagen and Microsoft have announced that they will be collaborating on a HoloLens 2 augmented reality glasses project that will bring the experience right into a driver’s own vehicle. The idea is to provide a holographic display of relevant information right when the driver needs it. The augmented reality glasses project would bring technology closer to being able to provide information such as traffic conditions, weather reports, shopping recommendations and highlights of points of…

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