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Apple may have a problem with iPhone demand as well as supply

Apple is indicating to its iPhone 13 component suppliers that it may not order as many units as expected due to a drop in demand, according to a report in Bloomberg. While the company had... #componentsuppliers #manufacturingpartners #iphone
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Federal judge blocks Texas law that would have opened doors for right-wing lawsuits against social media

The decision is a blow to Texas lawmakers who alleged Facebook, Twitter and Google's YouTube censor right-wing views and former President Donald Trump       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Deals: MagSafe Battery Pack on Sale for $74.99 ($24 Off)

Amazon today has the MagSafe Battery Pack for $74.99, down from $99.00. The accessory is in stock and ready to ship today, and it's sold by Amazon. Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with some of these vendors. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running. This sale has been applied automatically, so you won't need a discount code. The best price we've ever seen on this accessory was at $74.24 at Verizon, so today's deal i...
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Berlin's Second Apple Store Opening on Thursday

Apple's newest store in Berlin, Germany is set to open on Thursday, December 2, Apple announced today. Apple Rosenthaler Straße is the first Apple Store in the Mitte borough of Berlin, and it joins Apple Kurfürstendamm in the city. "We're excited to open our second store in Berlin, right in the heart of Mitte," said Deirdre O'Brien, Apple's senior vice president of Retail + People. "Blending Apple's exceptional technology and tools with the creative passion we share with this community gives us...
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Apple Tells Suppliers Demand for IPhone 13 Lineup Has Weakened - Bloomberg News

(Reuters) - Apple Inc has told its component suppliers that demand for the iPhone 13 lineup has slowed, Bloomberg News reported on Wednesday,...
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Need research on the criminal gang called Linkedin, Twitter and Facebook

We need formal systematic research to identify the causes for which these criminal groups ban people. They have done so too many times – to too many people, and there is no sign they will stop. I must add Google to this list since they are actively blocking content which may not suit their narrative. […]
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Google announces new Android features, including digital car keys for Pixels and Galaxy S21 - GSMArena.com news

There are a bunch of novelties headed your way this holiday season. #android
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Sony’s Airpeak S1 drone goes on sale, though it ain’t cheap

Sony has started taking orders for the Airpeak S1 drone that it hopes will prove a hit with professional filmmakers and photographers.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Drones, Sony, Airpeak S1


Meta Allows More Cryptocurrency Ads

Meta is backing away from its longstanding (if not absolute) ban on cryptocurrency ads. Engadget reports: As CNBC reports, Meta has greatly loosened its ban by expanding the number of regulatory licenses it accepts from three to 27. The crypto landscape has "matured and stabilized" enough to justify the change of heart, the company said, including an increased amount of government regulation that sets "clearer responsibilities and expectations." Advertisers still need written permission to run...
Tags: Tech, David Marcus, Meta, Cnbc, Engadget


iPhone 13 Demand Weakening Ahead of Holidays, Apple Tells Suppliers

Apple has informed some of its component suppliers that demand for the iPhone 13 models is slowing ahead of the holidays, reports Bloomberg. Reports of weakening demand come as delivery estimates for the ‌iPhone 13‌ and 13 Pro have started to improve, with the devices available to ship before Christmas. Apple in October cut 2021 iPhone 13 production by as many as 10 million units because of industry wide chip shortages. Apple was planning to produce 90 million ‌iPhone 13‌ models in 2021, but ...
Tags: Apple, Cook, Featured, Bloomberg, Tim Cook, Broadcom, Texas Instruments, Bloomberg Apple, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro


HashiCorp's IPO Will Place It Among the Most Richly Valued Open Source Tech Companies

An anonymous reader quotes a report from TechCrunch: The HashiCorp IPO intends to shoot the narrows between Thanksgiving and Christmas, with its first IPO pricing interval set to give it among the richest valuations of any technology company with a strong open source component to its core business. In a recent S-1/A filing, the cloud infra management company indicated that it expects to sell shares in its public offering at a range of $68 to $72 apiece. That interval could move, of course, befor...
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Apple Loses Key Autos Engineer To Electric Aviation Startup Archer

Michael Schwekutsch, a director of engineering in the Apple Special Projects Group that's reportedly working on self-driving cars, has left to join electric air taxi start-up Archer as its senior VP of engineering. Schwekutsch noted the change on his LinkedIn page on Wednesday. CNBC reports: The move is the latest example of staff turnover in Apple's secretive car project. Former VP of special projects Doug Field left in September to lead Ford's emerging technology efforts, a priority for the le...
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EU Official: Semiconductor Independence Is Impossible

According to Margrethe Vestager, EU's Commissioner for Competition, it's unlikely that the EU will ever become completely independent from other countries as far as semiconductor supply is concerned. Tom's Hardware reports: Leading contract makers of semiconductors -- such as Intel, Samsung Foundry, and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. -- spend around $30 billion per year on capital expenditures and billions on developing new process technologies. Analysts believe that a country, or a grou...
Tags: Europe, China, Germany, Tech, Eu, Cnbc, Margrethe Vestager, Vestager, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, Tom s Hardware, Intel Samsung Foundry


Apple files fresh appeal to stop court order demanding external payment systems in iOS apps

iGiant warned developers it could still charge fees for third-party financial transactions anyway Apple has appealed a judge's decision forcing the company to allow developers to add external third-party payment systems in their iOS apps by December 9.…
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Remember Universal Control? The delayed MacOS Monterey feature is still missing

Apple promised that both SharePlay and Universal Control would release this fall. It's only delivered one of those features so far.
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Lessen hits unicorn status with $170M Series B

The new funding round of $170 million, for a total of $214 million raised, pushes Lessen into "unicorn" status, meaning its valuation has topped $1 billion. It's the second industry player in November to earn the title.
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Best Android tablet deals for December 2021

If you want a tablet, but iPads aren't your cup of tea, we've got all best Android tablet deals right here.
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Facebook, now Meta, says China created a fake Swiss scientist to spread conspiracies that the US was falsely blaming it for COVID-19

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before the US SenateAlex Wong/Getty Images Meta revealed that a COVID disinformation campaign sprouted on Facebook this past summer. A fake Swiss biologist, Wilson Edwards, spread lies that the US was pushing the WHO to blame COVID-19 on China. Many of the accounts sharing the claims were fake, but some were real Chinese state employees. A fake Swiss biologist named Wilson Edwards — who sought to convince the world that the United States was attempting t...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Science, News, China, US, Trends, Social Media, Tech, Beijing, United States, Meta, KGB, Edwards, Global Times, Swiss Embassy


Square changes name to Block just 2 days after Jack Dorsey steps down from Twitter

Jack Dorsey onstage at a bitcoin convention on June 4, 2021 in Miami, Florida.Joe Raedle/Getty Images Square Inc., Jack Dorsey's financial services company, is changing its name to Block.  The move comes days after Dorsey announced his departure from Twitter. Dorsey has directed Square toward ventures in cryptocurrency and blockchain technology.  Square, the online financial services company co-founded by Jack Dorsey, is changing its name to Block.The corporate rebrand, announced Wednesda...
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Facebook, now Meta, says users in China created a fake Swiss scientist to spread conspiracies that the US was falsely blaming it for COVID-19

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before the US SenateAlex Wong/Getty Images Meta revealed that a COVID disinformation campaign sprouted on Facebook this past summer. A fake Swiss biologist, Wilson Edwards, spread lies that the US was pushing the WHO to blame COVID-19 on China. Many of the accounts sharing the claims were fake, but some were real employees of Chinese state infrastructure companies. A fake Swiss biologist named Wilson Edwards — who sought to convince the world that the Un...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Science, News, China, US, Trends, Social Media, Tech, Beijing, United States, Meta, KGB, Edwards, Global Times, Swiss Embassy


Apple Car Hardware Engineer Leaves for Air Taxi Startup

Apple's Car project recently lost one of its engineering directors, with Michael Schwekutsch departing the company to join air taxi startup Archer Aviation. As discovered by CNBC, Schwekutsch updated his LinkedIn profile to note that he has taken on a role of senior vice president of engineering at Archer. Archer is an aerospace company that is developing an all-electric aircraft that supports vertical takeoff and landing for navigation within cities. Schwekutsch first joined the Apple Car p...
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More Than a Third of World's Population Have Never Used Internet, Says UN

Nearly 3 billion people -- or 37% of the world's population -- have never used the internet, according to the United Nations, despite the Covid-19 pandemic driving people online. From a report: The UN's International Telecommunication Union (ITU) estimated that 96% of the 2.9 billion people who have not accessed the web live in developing countries. The agency said the estimated number of people who have gone online rose from 4.1 billion in 2019 to 4.9 billion this year, partially due to a "Covi...
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Best iPhone 11 deals for December 2021

Now's the time to shop for iPhone 11 deals and iPhone 11 Pro deals -- and we've got them all right here.
Tags: Apple, Deals, Mobile, Trends, iPhone 11, Iphone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, Commerce 2020, Evergreen Deals


Best Google Pixel 4 deals for December 2021

In the wake of the Pixel 5 launch, now's perfect time to find Google Pixel 4 deals. We've got 'em right here.
Tags: Deals, Android, Mobile, Trends, Google Pixel, Best Google Pixel, Google Pixel 4, Google Pixel 4 XL, Commerce 2020, Mobile Deals, Evergreen Deals


Best iPhone 12 deals for December 2021: iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro

If you're after iPhone 12 deals, iPhone 12 Pro deals, or discounts on the iPhone Mini, we've got them all right here.
Tags: Apple, Deals, Mobile, Trends, Iphone 12, Commerce 2020, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 mini, Evergreen Deals


Joe Rogan Had the No. 1 Podcast in 2021 on Spotify (Podcast News Roundup)

In today’s podcast roundup, Spotify and Apple have released their year-end rankings and lists of the top podcasts of 2021, among other news from the world of audio entertainment. RANKINGS Spotify revealed the most popular podcasts on its platform for 2021 — with controversial talk show “The Joe Rogan Experience” taking the No. 1 slot […]
Tags: Apple, Spotify, News, Headspace, Joe Rogan, Apple Podcasts, What To Hear


European Union: Google Shopping : Confirmation de la condamnation européenne de Google à 2,42 milliards d'euros pour avoir favorisé son comparateur de produits - Soulier Avocats

Le 27 juin 2017, la Commission européenne avait infligé à Google une sanction pécuniaire d'un montant de 2,42 milliards d'euros.
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The best Samsung Galaxy S20 deals for December 2021

If you're after Samsung Galaxy S20 deals, Galaxy S20+ deals, or Galaxy S20 Ultra deals, we've got them here.
Tags: Deals, Android, Mobile, Trends, Samsung Galaxy, Samsung Galaxy S20, Commerce 2020


France: Google Shopping: EU General Court Upholds The €2.42 Billion Fine Imposed On Google For Favoring Its Own Comparison Shopping Service - Soulier Avocats

Google and its parent company Alphabet appealed against this decision before the General Court of the European Union.
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