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PC World Latest NewsJun 21, 2024
Still use Kaspersky antivirus? The US is banning it, so prepare to switch

But while federal subsidies could no longer be spent on Kaspersky, individuals and private businesses were still free to buy licenses. This will soon change with an upcoming US ban on Kaspersky's products.

Announced Thursday by the Bureau of Industry and Security (a branch of the Department of Commerce), the prohibition applies to antivirus and other cybersecurity software developed and distributed by Kaspersky and its affiliates. The Biden administration cited high potential for interference from the Russian government in Kaspersky's operations as the reason for its decision—the first of its kind.

The ban will roll out in two phases: starting on July 20 at 12:00am ET, Kaspersky can no longer sell its products to new US persons or agree to integrate its software into third-party products (like white-labeled services); then, on September 29 at 12:00am ET, all reselling, existing integrations, and licensing must cease. Virus definition and app updates will end, as will operation of the Kaspersky Security Network within the US and on devices belonging to US residents and citizens.

This window gives consumers and businesses time to transition to new software—and there are no legal penalties for continuing to use Kaspersky while you hunt for a replacement.

Mac RumorsJun 21, 2024
'Antstream Arcade' App With Over 1,300 Retro Games Launching on iPhone and iPad Next Week
Antstream Arcade has announced that its cloud-based game streaming service will be available on the iPhone and iPad starting Thursday, June 27. The app will provide subscribers with access to over 1,300 licensed games from a variety of retro consoles, including the Commodore 64, Amiga, Atari 2600, Atari 7800, SEGA Genesis, and more.

Mac RumorsJun 20, 2024
Satechi Launches Qi2 Wireless Car Charger
Satechi today announced the launch of its latest Qi2 product, a car charger that is able to mount to a vehicle's vents. The Qi2 Wireless Car Charger is able to charge a compatible iPhone at up to 15W, which is the same speed as an official MagSafe charger.

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