Google abused dominant position of Android in India, antitrust probe finds

Google has abused the dominant position of Android in India to illegally hurt competitors in the world’s second largest internet market, a two-year antitrust probe by the nation’s watchdog has found. The Android-maker reduced device manufacturing firms’ ability and incentive to develop — and sell — devices running alternative versions of Android (more popularly known …

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Clubhouse is developing a new way to invite friends to chat called ‚Wave‘

Clubhouse isn’t just an app you can fire up to attend talks by famous people. It has different types of rooms you can use, including ones where you can have intimate, private conversations with friends — and in the future, you may be able to invite those friends to chat by „waving“ at them. Jane …

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ITER Nuclear Fusion Reactor Hit By COVID Delay, Rising Costs

The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) currently under construction in Cadarache, southern France, will see cost overruns and delays due to the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, its top official said on Friday. Euractiv reports: When the ITER project was launched in 2015, the schedule was to have the first plasma by the end …

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Google Pixel now makes call holds in Canada less onerous with this feature

Google’s „Hold for Me“ feature is now available in preview to some Pixel phone users in Canada. What you need to know Google’s „Hold for Me“ feature is apparently rolling out to some Pixel phones in Canada. The feature waits on hold for you until a real person is ready to talk. It is available …

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What we can learn from edtech startups’ expansion efforts in Europe

Rhys Spence Contributor Share on Twitter Rhys Spence is head of research at Brighteye Ventures, a European edtech-focused fund, where he works with portfolio companies to help address priorities, with a focus on internationalization. More posts by this contributor The 2021 edtech avalanche has just begun It’s a story common to all sectors today: investors …

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