The Big Apple is Awake!!🍎 pic.twitter.com/eT5z0XxQ4E — CJ JOHNSON (@RealCJJohnson1) September 14, 2021 Protest against mandatory vaccines and vaccine passes is underway in New York City. pic.twitter.com/zZr9dtSbun — Marie Oakes
Federal Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers on Friday handed down a decision in a closely watched trial between Apple and Epic Games. Rogers issued an injunction that said Apple will no
The South Korean parliament approved a bill on Tuesday that will ban major app store operators — like Google and Apple — from requiring developers to only use their payment
Google seems to have no problem doling out cash to ensure it remains the search engine of choice. Documents have shown the company offers financial incentives to smartphone manufacturers to
PRIVACY: We built a system like Apple’s to flag child sexual abuse material — and concluded the tech was dangerous. Knowledgeable observers argued a system like ours was far from feasible.
Removing " enthusiast" from my Twitter bio. What a joke. If Apple doesn't walk back this decision nobody has any business calling them a privacy company anymore. — Nadim Kobeissi
Apple has removed Fakespot, a well-known app for detecting fake product reviews, from its App Store after Amazon complained the app provided misleading information and potential security risks. Apple did
9to5mac.com/2021/07/05/app-tracking-transparency-in-china-protected/ With App Tracking Transparency, developers need to get user permission to access IDFA. Only 4% of Americans choose to do so, and the global opt-in rate is only 12%.
Hong Kong media company Next Digital said on Friday that it will not cease operations, contrary to a human resources email on Wednesday that said the company would shut down
In what seems to be a comically strict response to leakers, Apple is making its employees wear police-grade body cameras to avoid leaks. Front Page Tech first reported the story, and it
via freebeacon: The Chinese government’s recent crackdown on journalists in Hong Kong has been met with silence from major U.S. corporations with extensive ties to the Communist regime. Apple, Google, Nike, and the
by ncrowley I was looking at Vanguard Information Technology (VGT) holdings this afternoon, and was shocked to find that although there are 331 companies in this ETF, 36% of the
The future of digital commerce on your iPhone could be influenced by how courts resolved questions about market control following technological innovations that disrupted previous generations: credit cards and railroads.
Inside, Apple was preparing to store the personal data of its Chinese customers on computer servers run by a state-owned Chinese firm. Tim Cook, Apple’s chief executive, has said the