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Apple shares video recaps of fourth, fifth day of WWDC 2021

Apple has shared video recaps featuring sessions and highlights from the fourth and fifth day of its virtual WWDC 2021 event. The pair of videos follows video recaps of the first, second, and third days of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference. On Thursday, Apple posted “WWDC21 Day 4: And exhale” ...

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Apple reveals the 12 winners of the 2021 Apple Design Awards

Apple has revealed the winners of the 2021 Apple Design Awards, and the list includes CARROT Weather, Genshin Impact, and Be My Eyes, among others. The winners were selected from a list of 36 finalists across six different categories. Apple Design Awards are meant to honor “excellence in innovation, ingenuity, ...

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Senate approves $250B bill to boost US technology manufacturing

The U.S. Senate has approved a major bipartisan industrial bill to boost the country’s technology manufacturing and increase competitiveness with China, with some funds going toward computer chip production. The $250 billion bill, the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act, passed 68-32 on Tuesday. In its current form, it provides ...

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Twitter’s paid ‘Super Follows’ subscriptions could launch soon

Twitter is allegedly getting close to launching its long-anticipated “Super Follows” feature, which would provide paid access to bonus content supplied by popular personalities on the microblogging service. Twitter is working through ways to earn a profit from its user base, and has recently launched its Twitter Blue subscription. ...

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Twitter blocked in Nigeria over presidential tweet removal

Twitter has been suspended in Nigeria, after the microblogging service removed a tweet by President Muhammadu Buhari about regional successionists in the country. Announced on Friday, Nigeria’s government declared it would be suspending “indefinitely” the operations of Twitter in Nigeria. According to the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji ...

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Google to mimic Apple and tighten up Android privacy

Google is following in Apple’s footsteps and making it harder for companies to track users on Android with a small policy change related to device identifiers. The Mountain View company already allows Android users to opt-out of targeted advertising. However, even if they do, third parties are still able to ...

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