ASML: Chinese espionage is not the case

ASML Chip machine maker does not agree with the suggestion that the company has been the victim of Chinese espionage practices. The company states in a statement that it has been deprived of patented information by a handful of employees.…

PlayStation will allow users to change account names

Users of the online services of PlayStation can change their usernames from Thursday. Sony announced this on Wednesday. Changing an online username on PlayStation Network is free for the first time. Subsequent name changes require 10 euros…

Facebook clarified the selling of your private data

Facebook is going to adjust its terms of use worldwide. The network wants users to clearly explain how their data is used to sell targeted advertisements. "We will update our terms of use to be clearer about how Facebook makes money," the…

Fiat Chrysler gets ‘smart’ with Tesla

Fiat Chrysler has signed a partnership deal with Tesla to reduce its CO2 emissions. The Italian-American car manufacturer will jointly report the emissions from its own cars and the cleaner electric cars from Tesla to the European Union.…

AirPlay no longer supported by the Netflix app

The Netflix app for iPhone and iPad no longer supports the use of AirPlay, Netflix official help page states. AirPlay is no longer usable due to "technical limitations". The company does not explain exactly what those limitations are. With…

China and US progress towards trade deal

Negotiations between China and the United States on a trade deal are progressing steadily. According to the Chinese news agency Xinhua, there are certainly still a number of issues that need to be negotiated, but there is still progress.…

Ethiopian Airlines is reconsidering order 737 MAX

Ethiopian Airlines may end the order for 25 Boeings of the 737 MAX type. In a short time, two of those passenger aircraft crashed, including one from the Ethiopian airline. Afterwards many doubts were raised about the safety of the device.…

MIT canceled cooperation with Chinese tech giants

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has stopped cooperating with the Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE, the American university reports in a letter on the website. MIT discontinues cooperation due to investigations by US…