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Following new Huawei attack, China mulling moves against Apple and Qualcomm

The Chinese government is considering both restrictions on, and investigations against, U.S. companies operating in China.

What you need to know China is mulling over retaliatory measures against the U.S., following its move to cut off Huawei’s access to crucial semiconductor suppliers. Reports suggest it’s considering launching investigations against U.S. companies. Apple, Boeing, Cisco, and Qualcomm have all been named as potential targets.

The trade war between the U.S. and China may be slated to become far  [Read More…]

Netflix mulling $4 mobile-only subscription plan in India

The mobile-only plan will let customers view SD content on their phones.

Netflix hasn’t had the easiest time in India. It’s currently the costliest streaming option in the country, and in a market where there’s no dearth of choice — thanks to Hotstar, Prime Video, SonyLIV, and Voot — it’s seeing minimal growth compared to the rest of the field.

That could change in the coming months, however, as it looks like Netflix is testing a mobile-only  [Read More…]

Facebook reportedly mulling end-to-end encryption for Messenger

According to a new report, Facebook may be gearing up to launch an option to encrypt interactions through its Messenger app. That’s according to The Guardian, which states that the option would come as a separate mode that could be enabled by users.

From The Guardian:

In the coming months, according to three people close to the project, the social media company plans to release an optional encrypted communications mode for its Messenger app,  [Read More…]

Twitter no longer mulling SoundCloud acquisition

We had reported that Twitter is considering making a bid to acquire German music service SoundCloud, but now it appears that the social network is no longer interested in a deal.

Motorola rumored to be mulling a Moto G Cinema version

It looks like Motorola may offer a new variant of the Moto G, dubbed the Moto G Cinema. A leak posted by @evleaks reveals a screenshot of Motorola’s support website, with the words Moto G Cinema underneath.