Just when you count out Blackberry, they are back. Is it too little too late? And when we thought Net Neutrality was settled, it is back on the table again. Quarterly announcements have come, who is making money and who isn’t? Those are just a few of the stories in tech news this week. Click on the headlines below to get the full stories.
- Dropbox really wants us to know its finances are healthy
- 10% of Windows 10 machines upgraded to Creators Update; 60% of phones eligible
- Google tweaks search to root out ‘fake news’
- Wikipedia founder to fight fake news with new Wikitribune site
- Federal court decides that Adobe can’t stay under a gag order over search warrant forever
- Samsung to fix red-tinted Galaxy S8s by patching in white balance controls
- 13 terrible web trends from the 90s, and how to recreate them
- GoPro’s financials improve thanks to Karma drone, cost reductions
- The Unsavory History of Sugar, the Insatiable American Craving
- Celebrities on Instagram warned by FTC over paid ads
- Microsoft adds another option to its complex Windows 10 patching story
- iPhone 8 may miss one key feature already in the Galaxy S8
- Internet firms gearing up for a fight over ‘net neutrality’
- Can Twitter save itself?
- BlackBerry Is Back With KEYone: Android Phone With Innovative Keyboard
- Ransomware became three times as expensive in 2016
- Amazon Echo with a built-in screen may be on deck next month
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