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India5 months ago
iPhone, Apple workers hospitalized in India after food poisoning
Several employees of a Foxconn India unit, which makes iPhones for Apple Inc, were hospitalized on Saturday after a bout of food poisoning.
iPhone, Apple workers hospitalized in India after food poisoning
Politics5 months ago
Apple sues Israeli firm over spying software
American tech company Apple has file a lawsuit against Israeli spyware developer NSO Group over surveillance of its users “without effective accountability.”
Apple sues Israeli firm over spying software
Society8 months ago
Apple hit with antitrust case in India over in-app payments issues: Reuters
Apple Inc. of has been accused in India of abusing its dominant position in the apps market by making developers use its proprietary in-app purchase system, Reuters reports.
Apple hit with antitrust case in India over in-app payments issues: Reuters
Economy9 months ago
US House introduces bill targeting Apple and Google app stores
A Republican and a Democratic member of the US House of Representatives introduced a bill aimed at reining in powerful app stores run by companies like Apple Inc (AAPL.O) and Alphabet Inc's Google (GOOGL.O).
US House introduces bill targeting Apple and Google app stores
Society9 months ago
US lawmakers introduce bill to rein in Apple, Google app stores
A bipartisan trio of senators has introduced a bill that would seek to rein in the power of tech giants such as Apple and Google.
US lawmakers introduce bill to rein in Apple, Google app stores
Society11 months ago
UK watchdog looking into Apple, Google’s dominance of mobile phone systems
Britain’s competition watchdog said it would investigate whether Apple and Google’s dominance of mobile phone operating systems, app stores and web browsers hurt consumers, launching its latest probe into the tech giants.
UK watchdog looking into Apple, Google’s dominance of mobile phone systems
Societyone year ago
‘Give us your privacy, use Facebook for free!’
Facebook has suggested that tracking the users’ information makes sense given the fact that they can have free access to platforms such as Instagram.
‘Give us your privacy, use Facebook for free!’
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