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Political conservatives have accused Facebook, Twitter and other social media giants of stifling their voices, providing no evidence to support the claims.
(Reuters) -A U.S. federal judge struck down some of Apple Inc's App Store rules on Friday, forcing the company to allow developers to send their users to other payment systems in a partial win for "Fortnite" creator Epic Games and other app makers.
Rather than going fully electric, hybrids vehicles offer a far more affordable option and for drivers that often only make on shorter journeys, they also drive only on electricity.
(Reuters) -"Fortnite" game maker Epic Games on Sunday said in a legal filing that it plans to appeal a ruling in its antitrust case against Apple Inc after a federal judge on Friday handed down a mixed decision.
During the pandemic, restaurants around Seattle started to notice they were getting more food orders from different versions of their menus that sometimes dated as far back as 2014. Worse, when the kitchens couldn’t fulfill orders from such outdated menus, those angry customers posted negative reviews about the restaurants online or called the restaurants to complain.
(Reuters) -Apple Inc unveiled the iPhone 13 and a new iPad mini on Tuesday, expanding 5G connectivity and showing off faster chips and sharper cameras without raising the phone's price.
(Reuters) - Apple Inc on Tuesday launched a new series of iPhones and iPads, featuring a faster processor and better cameras.
Apple launches iPhone 13 with camera, chip and screen upgrades; local prices start from RM3,399 and pre-orders from Oct 1
Apple Inc unveiled a new line of iPhones at a wide-ranging product event on Sept 14, looking to entice consumers with improvements to the camera and processor in lieu of major design changes.
Apple Inc could tell mobile app developers that it still intends to collect a commission of up to 30% despite last week’s court ruling ordering the iPhone maker to let users make payments on the web and questioning whether its much-criticised fee is justified.
A new battery technology could soon prevent personal mobility devices (PMDs) and mobile phones from catching fire while charging.