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Ottawa, ON, Canada

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Recent articles by Jon:

AT&T and FTC settle lawsuit over data throttling

AT&T has reached a truce in an FTC lawsuit accusing it of deceptive data throttling practices. A newly published federal court ruling has revealed that the... → Read More

Qualcomm won't have to offer patent licenses to rivals, for now

A court has granted Qualcomm a partial reprieve from a US antitrust ruling. → Read More

LG's smart home app adds voice control through Google Assistant

You can use one app for manual and voice control of your connected appliances. → Read More

Netflix test brings human-curated 'Collections' to streaming

In Netflix's latest test, experts can suggest something to watch where algorithms might fail. → Read More

China's latest retaliatory tariffs could pose trouble for Tesla

The tariffs could be as high as 50 percent for some cars. → Read More

Chevy's 2020 Bolt EV will pack a longer 259-mile range

Chevy hasn't tweaked the Bolt EV much since its introduction, but an impending refresh could be welcome by giving drivers what they often crave: more range. Th... → Read More

Google proposes new privacy standards to protect web browsing data

Google is stepping up its efforts to limit web fingerprinting and otherwise protect your privacy while keeping its ad business intact. The internet giant is de... → Read More

Google, Intel and Microsoft form data protection consortium

It's common to secure data when its sitting put or flying to its destination, but not so much when you're actually using it -- there's still a risk someone coul... → Read More

Apple warns against storing its titanium credit card in leather

The titanium Apple Card looks slick (with the sound to match), but you may need to treat it gingerly if you expect it to look as pristine as the day you got it.... → Read More

Google's next Nest Mini speaker could be wall-mountable

The tiny Google Assistant speaker could address key gripes with the Home Mini. → Read More

Harley-Davidson is exploring electric bicycles

If Harley-Davidson's LiveWire is too rich for your blood, the company might have an electric two-wheeler that's decidedly more accessible. Electrek has learned... → Read More

Gmail AI will automatically correct your spelling slip-ups

Google Docs' AI corrections are spreading to Gmail. Google is rolling out a feature in G Suite that will autocorrect "common" spelling errors while you write G... → Read More

SiriusXM's student plan only costs $4 per month

You may want to look at on-demand choices, though -- there may be better deals as well. → Read More

Waymo shares some of its self-driving car data to help researchers

It's hoping the free, open data will advance self-driving cars and AI as a whole. → Read More

Fitbit will play a key role in Singapore's public health program

The country hopes activity trackers will help people stay in shape. → Read More

Walmart sues Tesla after solar panels catch fire at stores

The retailer claims Tesla ignored basic safety precautions. → Read More

A fourth 'Matrix' movie is happening

Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss are back after a long, long break in the series. → Read More

NASA confirms mission to Jupiter's moon Europa

The next phase of Clipper will study the potential for life in Europa's icy oceans. → Read More

Ford will reportedly make two more electric SUVs by 2023

Ford might not lean solely on its Mustang-inspired electric SUV to draw EV fans in the next few years. Automotive News sources claim the automaker is building... → Read More

Facebook helps you control data shared from apps and websites

The Facebook tool can prevent third parties from running amok with your info. → Read More