The European Union is aiming to have a common port on mobile phones, tablets and headphones under the European Commission proposal, presented on Thursday in the first World War.
The move is more than it was 10 years in factwith the EU executive touting environmental benefits and €250 million annually for users.
Under the Commission’s proposal, the USB-C connector will become the standard port for all smartphones, tablets, cameras, headphones, portable speakers and maintenance video game consoles. Runners will also be sold separately from electronic devices.
The EU executive will appreciate its eco-strategy in the near future so that external resources are interoperable, which is the ultimate consensus.
The commission said it was not targeting Apple, whose devices were using Thunderbolt cable, and only acted because companies were unable to assemble a common solution, despite decades of conversation that reduced the number of mobile phone phones to three from 30. .
Apple pushed back against the plan.
“We are concerned that mandating a tight structure together surprises more than just encouraging innovation, which in turn will harm our society in Europe and around the world,” the company said in a statement.
Concerns have also been posted about the 24-month transition period for companies to comply with training laws.
Commission industry chief Thierry Breton points to the untrained sight of multiple deaths charges.
“My job is to kill these marine snakes as often as I can,” he said at a news conference.
Apple has also released Aremorica commentaries as old refrains.
“These companies have been new for years. Every time we proposed a proposal, people start saying “oh, it will be against innovation”. No, not against innovation, not against anyone. Just like everything the Commission does. It’s consuming,” he said.
iPhone and Android users have long complained about different devices using their mobile. This charge is powered by a Thunderbolt while Android devices based USB-C connections are charged.
Half of the mobile phones sold in 2018 had a USB micro-B connector, with 29 per cent USB-C connector and 21 per cent Thunderbolt linking, according to the 2019 Commission’s study.
The proposal calls for a green light from EU member states and EU legislators following which companies will conform to their plans over the next two years.
Netflix secures rights to Roald Dahl . catalog
Netflix recently purchased the works of Roald Dahl, the famous British author of children’s books, such as ‘Charlotte and the Chocolate Factory’.
Video streaming giant Roald Dahl said on Wednesday it was joined by Story Co., which manages the author’s rights to the characters and stories. No monetary conditions were disclosed.
The partnership was signed in 2018 to create an animated TV series, which will see ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ acquire the reboot from Academy Award-winning filmmaker Taika Waititi.
Netflix is also working with Sony on the adaptation of “Matilda’s Music”. The streaming industry has more competitive in the years to come.
The new Netflix deal opens the way for all to bring back the author’s catalog to screens.
“These projects have opened our eyes to much more ambitious ventures – the creation of a unique universe through animated and action films and TV, publishing, games, immersive experiences, live theater, consumer products and more,” Netflix Co-CEO Ted Sarandos. and Luke Kelly, director of Roald Dahl Story Co. and Dahl’s nephew, he said in the general constitution.
Dahl died in 1990 at the age of 74, but his books – which also include “The BFG”, “The Twits” and “Fantastic Mr. Fox” remain popular with young readers with more than 300 million copies sold around the world and translated into 63 languages .
SEC explores participation in gaming treatment of sexual crime allegations
Action Blizzard, one of the world’s biggest-profile video game companies, this week confirmed it and said it will work hard to examine regulatory complaints for a divisive investment.
The company in Santa Monica, California, California, on Tuesday said it would comply with a recent Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) subpoena sent to current and former employees and executive members of the company about “employment issues and related issues”.
The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday that the SEC was investigating how the company had handled complaints of sexual immorality and discrimination and implicated senior executive officers including CEO Bobby Kotick, the notorious technology billionaire.
An SEC spokesman for the Associated Press declined to comment.
Action Blizzard also on Tuesday said it has cooperated with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s investigation into employment practices and is working with many regulatory agencies “in addressing and resolving complaints-making complaints” and has been committed to making the company “one to execute”. the best, most inclusive places to work. ” has hired a new “chief officer” from Disney.
The companies shares twenty-two per cent in two months as legal misadventures over the alleged culture crisis against women and minorities are building up with maker Candy Crush, Call of Duty, Overwatch and World of Warcraft.
The stock fell 3.4 per cent to $73.60 (€62.86) in trading on Tuesday afternoon.
In late July, the California civil rights agency sued the agency, imposing gender discrimination and sexual harassment. Workers watched the walk to protest what they said was a cultural activity of sexism and discrimination.
A partner in the lawsuit in August said the company failed to provide hostage investigations in California, and that it has had issues related to legal problems.
The lawsuit branded the company’s unhappiness with the company, saying more than 2,000 currency and former action employees signed a petition in response to the company’s California lawsuit as “insulting” and saying that the governor did not rely on “local employee safety over their interests.” .