Brexit saving you money
UK-based EE says it will charge £2 a day for new customers travelling in the EU and some other European countries from January. The move is proof that things are working so much better for the UK now it is out of the pesky EU.
Set to test the world's toughest content law
Australia's competition watchdog is looking into a claim that Facebook refused a publisher's request to negotiate a licensing deal and it appears that the social networker is heading for a showdown over the countries tough online content law.
Old samples have re-emerged in Google cloud
About a year ago, genetic sequences from more than 200 virus samples from early cases of Covid-19 in Wuhan disappeared from an online scientific database, however, some of them have apparently tipped up on the Google cloud.
One for AMD's X570 platform
Western Digital is apparently working on a firmware update for WD Black SN850 M.2 NVMe SSD that should fix issues that this drive has on AMD X570 chipset motherboards.
Apparently, no one thought about that
While the world's richest plan to set up space tourism so them and their mates can spend all the cash they made on tax dodges seeing the world from space, they apparently forgot the one force which might ground them – insurance.