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Indigo subsea cable made ready for use

The consortium of companies behind the Indigo subsea cable — Telstra, SubPartners, Google, Singtel, AARNet, Indosat Ooredoo, and Alcatel Submarine Networks — have announced that the 36Tbps connection between Australia to Singapore is ready for use. The cable was first announced in April 2017, with Alcatel having signed up to ...

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Next iPhone could borrow a handy Samsung and Huawei feature

Should iOS be open to third-party apps? Karen Roby sits down with ZDNet’s Jason Perlow and Jason Cipriani to talk about the latest landmark decision from the Supreme Court regarding Apple. Read more: https://zd.net/2JC2Om4 The next iPhone could have the ability to stream audio to two Bluetooth devices simultaneously, according ...

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Google announces new privacy requirements for Chrome extensions

Google today announced two major changes to how it expects Chrome extension developers to protect their users’ privacy. Starting this summer, extension developers are required to only request access to the data they need to implement their features — and nothing more. In addition, the company is expanding the number ...

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Employees not the target of encryption laws: Home Affairs

Software developers have been fearing that Australia’s controversial new encryption laws could force them to secretly add malware and backdoors to their employers’ products and services. A newly-obtained briefing document from the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) makes it clear that this isn’t the intent. This reinforces expert views that ...

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Blink Play Review | NDTV Gadgets360.com

Fitness trackers in the form of wristwatches and bands are quite common now, and are often called a fitness wearable. However, a relatively less popular niche within this category is the ‘fitness hearable’ – an audio product that has fitness tracking functionality built in. There have been only a few ...

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