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Putin signs law requiring Russian apps on smartphones, TVs and PCs

engadget Tuesday, 3 December 2019
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed legislation that bans the sale of smartphones, computers and Smart TVs without Russian apps pre-installed. The law will come into force on July 1st of next year, but before that, the government will create...
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News video: Digital Trends Live 12.3.19 - Russia Requires Russian Apps + Escobar's Brother's Foldable Phone

Digital Trends Live 12.3.19 - Russia Requires Russian Apps + Escobar's Brother's Foldable Phone

On the show today: Putin signed into law a requirement that new smartphones, TVs and PCs must come with Russian apps; The FBI issued a warning that Smart TVs are vulnerable to attack; Pablo Escobar's brother is going to make a foldable smartphone; Ring security has been providing police with access...

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