Pocketnow Daily: Kuo: Apple FORCED to CHANGE iPhone to USB-C?!(video)

On today’s Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the possibility of getting USB-C charging ports in future Apple devices, Samsung Galaxy S20 registrations and more

It seems that Apple will have to include USB-C ports in their future devices

The parliament of the European Union has voted in favor of creating laws that could make Apple start including USB-C ports in their future devices

Pocketnow Daily: Kuo: Apple’s 2020 Plans are CRAZY AGRESSIVE?!(video)

On today’s Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the products we can expect from Apple in the first half of 2020, the new OPPO Find X2 and more

The UK and the EU won’t ban Huawei, against warnings from the US

Both the United Kingdom and the European Union have allowed their networks to acquire the necessary equipment from Huawei in their 5G infrastructure

Uncertainty over Apple’s acquisition of Shazam will linger (at least) until April 23

The European Commission has set an April 23 provisional deadline for an investigation into the potential “adverse effect on competition” Apple’s proposed acquisition of Shazam may have in the European Economic Area.

EU finds Qualcomm guilty of market dominance abuse, $1.2 billion fine issued for exclusive Apple deal

Qualcomm will need to pay over $1.2 billion after the European Commission ruled the semiconductor giant’s exclusive LTE modem supply deal for iPhones and iPads broke antitrust rules.

European Commission finally rules on Google Shopping shenanigans, imposing €2.4 billion fine

Google has been hit with a record €2.4 billion EU fine for anti-competitive practices researched and documented for nearly a decade.

Historic EU roaming changes are in effect, with surcharges eliminated across 28 countries

No more paying special fees for EU roaming, as long as you follow a number of reasonable rules regarding the time you spend abroad.

It’s happening: ‘Last piece of the puzzle’ in place for EU roaming charges to end soon

No more paying extra for voice calls, text messages and mobile data consumption when away from home in the EU starting no later than June 15 2017.

Using a smartphone across Europe is becoming cheaper, as new roaming-fee limits take effect

Starting at the end of this month EU roaming fees get new, lower caps, ahead of the mid-2017 abolition of them altogether.
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Alphabet defends Google against European Commission anti-trust charges

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EU decides to put an end to mobile roaming charges

Learn more about some of the measures that the European Parliament is taking in order to end mobile roaming charges for good within the region