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Google in trouble in Europe again in CNET UK podcast 429

The S6 is selling well, Google faces accusations from Europe and the US government has warned of the dangers of aeroplanes being hacked.

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Planes with public Wi-Fi could be vulnerable to hacking, a US agency has warned. Shebeko / Shutterstock

Google is in trouble in Brussels again. European competition regulators are accusing Google of abusing its dominant position -- and now Android is in the firing line. Meanwhile, the US Government Accountability Office has warned that onboard public Wi-Fi could leave an aeroplane open to hacking and being taken over by wrong'uns.

In other news, Flash Gordon could be brought back by "Kingsman" and "X-Men First Class" director Matthew Vaughan -- it better have Brian Blessed, that's all we can say. Also, Samsung is claiming that demand is through the roof for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.

And finally we find out how you feel about the BlackBerry Leap -- is it a great leap forward for the beleaguered company?

Google in trouble in Europe again in CNET UK podcast 429

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