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A French consumer advocacy group said on Sept 22 that it had filed a “planned obsolescence” claim against Nintendo’s Switch console, saying the Japanese giant knew some controllers were failing too quickly.
People with pacemakers have long been warned that smartphones can disrupt the workings of this vital device. One study has now shown that, most of the time, you don’t need to worry.
Apple chief Tim Cook said on Sept 21 he views the recent increase in fires, hurricanes and floods as strong proof that climate change is real.
US app maker Blix on Sept 21 took its fight against Apple to Europe as it laid out its grievances against the iPhone maker to EU antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager, saying that Apple is not playing fair.
Apple Inc’s July court triumph over a massive European Union back-tax order is forcing antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager to make a tough choice: Challenge a ruling that faulted the EU investigation or accept judges’ criticisms and re-examine a case started more than six years ago.
After almost two months of beta testing, Apple has released iOS 14 for all users. If you have an iPhone or iPad, you may have already received a notification asking if you want to update.
Facebook Inc is again being sued for allegedly spying on Instagram users, this time through the unauthorised use of their mobile phone cameras.
Apple Inc will this month begin direct sales online in India, more than 20 years after the world’s most valuable tech company first began operating in the South Asian country that’s one of world’s fastest-growing smartphone markets.
The European Union is considering new rules that would likely require Apple Inc to give competitors access to payments technology inside its iPhones.
(Reuters) - Twitter Inc, which was recently targeted in a hacking campaign that compromised the accounts of prominent political figures and celebrities, said on Thursday it was implementing more security measures for certain election-related accounts in the United States.