Google appeals € 4.34 billion fine imposed by European Commission

Google appealed on Monday against the fine of 4.34 billion euros imposed on it by the European Commission. The latter accuses him of having forced manufacturers of Android devices and network operators to preinstall Google Search and Chrome in order to consolidate its dominant position in the field of internet search. Three years later, the…

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iPhone 13: If you break your screen, pay attention to its repair

If you are the proud owner, despite the bugs, of a new iPhone 13, you had better take care of it. Why ? Because if you break the screen, your only recourse will be a repair at the Apple Store or at a repair center approved by the Cupertino company. Face ID is linked to…

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4G boxes, lifebuoys for isolated teleworkers

Many companies have been able to maintain a good level of activity during the confinement phases for health reasons thanks to teleworking. The business has been able to maintain itself with a lot of unified communications and collaborative tools in the cloud, but in more or less comfortable working conditions for teleworkers. The vast majority…

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Video: Facebook pauses its children’s Instagram project

Faced with hostile reactions after revelations in the press, the management of Facebook decided to suspend its “Instagram Kids” project. The break comes after weeks of widespread outrage, sparked by an article in the Wall Street Journal which reveals that the management of the social network had for months been aware of the harmful effects…

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Facebook puts its children’s Instagram project on hiatus

Faced with hostile reactions after revelations in the press, the management of Facebook decided to suspend its “Instagram Kids” project. The break comes after weeks of widespread outrage, sparked by an article in the Wall Street Journal which reveals that the management of the social network had for months been aware of the harmful effects…

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Surface Duo 2 or Galaxy Fold 3: which model to choose?

Microsoft is now offering more and more Surface models, with many form factors and a wide range of prices. But compared to Samsung’s models, and in particular the Galaxy Fold 3, are they up to the task? Here are some points of comparison. Overview The completely redesigned Surface pro 8 model is suitable for mobile…

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Public data strategy: Ministries publish their action plans

2021 is turning out to be a turning point in public data policy. The Minister of Transformation and the Public Service, Amélie de Montchalin, once again expressed it on Monday, when she came to present in the premises of the IGN the 15 ministerial roadmaps in terms of openness and promotion of public data. After…

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Exchange Online: Microsoft to turn off Basic authentication in October 2022

The basic authentication (or “Basic authentication” in English) in Exchange will not pass the winter of 2022. This feature allowed a user to connect to an Exchange server using a simple username / password pair . Deeming it insecure, Microsoft announced its intention to remove its support in the second half of 2021. This first…

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Se préparer à “l’âge d’or” de l’intelligence artificielle et de l’apprentissage automatique

Les entreprises peuvent-elles se fier aux décisions que l’intelligence artificielle (IA) et le machine learning (ML) produisent en nombre croissant ? Oui, mais ces décisions ont besoin de plus de freins et de contrepoids. Les dirigeants et les professionnels de l’informatique doivent s’assurer que l’IA est aussi juste, impartiale et précise que possible, selon une nouvelle…

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Optical fiber: Orange (finally) finalizes the landing of the Amitié submarine cable

The wait was worth it. After having suffered multiple delays due to “very unfavorable weather conditions”, Orange has finally succeeded in landing Facebook’s submarine fiber optic cable, called Amitié, on a beach in the town of Porge, near Bordeaux (Gironde). To do this, the teams of the incumbent operator used a technical process giving pride…

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