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Germany opens antitrust probe against Apple
Germany on Monday opened an investigation against Apple over anti-competition practices, as the iPhone maker became the fourth US tech giant to be hit by such probes.
Apple hiring engineers to develop 6G wireless
Apple Inc. launched its first iPhones with 5G wireless speeds a few months ago. Now it’s looking to start work on sixth-generation cellular connectivity, or 6G, indicating it wants to be a leader in the technology rather than relying on other companies.
Apple vs. Facebook: After years of tension, a legal battle looms
Facebook and Apple may be on the verge of a legal war.
Apple, Amazon suspend Parler social network
Apple Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. suspended Parler from their respective App Store and web hosting service, saying the social networking service popular with many right-leaning social media users has not taken adequate measures to prevent the spread of posts inciting violence.
Musk says had once reached out to Apple for acquiring Tesla
Silicon Valley billionaire Elon Musk said he reached out to Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook “during the darkest days of the Model 3 program” to discuss the possibility of the iPhone maker acquiring Tesla Inc. for a tenth of its current value.
Privacy activist files complaints against Apple's tracking tool
A group led by privacy activist Max Schrems on Monday filed complaints with German and Spanish data protection authorities over Apple's online tracking tool, alleging that it allows iPhones to store users' data without their consent in breach of European law.
Microsoft president's criticism of app stores puts pressure on Apple
Microsoft threw its weight behind calls for an antitrust investigation into App Store monopolies, piling yet more pressure on Apple.
Apple whistleblower goes public over 'lack of action'
A former Apple contractor who helped blow the whistle on the company’s program to listen to users’ Siri recordings has decided to go public, in protest at the lack of action taken as a result of the disclosures, the Guardian reported.
Expert nutritionist reveals seven foods that may cause hay fever symptoms to subside
Hay fever, otherwise known as allergic rhinitis, affects up to 30 percent of adults in the UK. Nutritionist Hannah Braye reveals seven foods to help combat the symptoms.
Healthiest fruits to add to your diet
Several daily servings of fruit provide vitamins and minerals that help the body ward off illnesses and diseases.
MEPs vote for universal charging cable for mobiles
Members of the European Parliament voted in favor of introducing a single universal charging method for mobile phones, which Apple had argued against.
Apple accused of crackdown on jailbreaking
Apple is pushing ahead with a lawsuit against Corellium, in what is being labeled as a move to end jailbreaking.
Apple, Google named in US lawsuit over Congolese child cobalt mining deaths
A landmark legal case was launched against the world’s largest tech companies by Congolese families who say their children were killed or maimed while mining for cobalt used to power smartphones, laptops and electric cars.
New apple launched that 'lasts for a year'
A new breed of apple that took two decades to develop and allegedly lasts for up to a year in the fridge went on sale in the US on Sunday.
Apple found in breach of China labor laws by overstaffing
Apple Inc and manufacturing partner Foxconn Technology Co Ltd on Monday rebutted allegations of lapses in people management leveled by a non-profit monitor of worker rights, though confirmed they employed too many temporary workers.

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