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Apple Vows to Play Nice With App Developers

Apple's moves come as it's embroiled in a public fight with Basecamp, developer of the new Hey email app.

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Snap Bets on Minis to Fuel its Long-Term Growth

The struggling social network hopes its shared experiences will be hard for advertisers to ignore.


Google Ad Revenue to See First Dip in More Than a Decade in 2020

The search giant's U.S.-based ad business is being hit hard by its reliance on the travel industry, which came to a halt during the pandemic.


Microsoft Buys CyberX to Further its IoT Ambitions

CyberX is a security company focused on protecting all the devices connected to the Internet.


Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Already Made up Lost Business From Huawei

Worries had surged that TSM would be hit hard by the U.S. government's rules regarding working with Huawei.


Apple to Remove Unauthorized Games From Its App Store in China

Starting in July thousands of games that didn't receive a license from the Chinese government will be removed from Apple's China App Store.


Facebook Buys Swedish Mapping App

By acquiring Mapillary, the social network can expand its efforts to develop ground-level maps.


Apple to Reclose Stores in Cities Where Covid-19 Cases Are on the Rise

Apple is closing 11 stores in Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Arizona.


Deutsche Telekom Wants SoftBank's T-Mobile Shares

Deutsche Telekom has the first right of refusal for the shares under an agreement with SoftBank.


Facebook, Google, Amazon Could Face EU Tax by End of 2020

The U.S. pulled out of global talks aimed at revamping the tax code to reflect the digital world.


Facebook Goes After Data Scrapers Via 2 Lawsuits

Facebook filed lawsuits in Spain and the U.S. in what it says is the first time it used multiple jurisdictions to enforce its Terms of Service.


Spotify Inks Deal to Bring DC Superheros, Warner Bros. Characters to Podcasts

Spotify has been building its podcast business for weeks, landing the Joe Rogan show in May.


Facebook to Report on Its Privacy Efforts to the FTC

The social media giant will also hire an outside party to assess its privacy practices.


2 Tech Stocks to Play the COVID-19 Recovery

Digital services are here to stay thanks to the pandemic, which bodes well for online real estate company Zillow and digital signature firm DocuSign.


Tesla Eyes Texas for Next U.S. Plant: Report

Reports have surfaced that Tesla had settled on Tulsa, Oklahoma, or Austin, Texas, for the factory that will assemble its Cybertruck.


Google and Carrefour Team to Launch Voice Activated Food Shopping in France

Carrefour is integrating its e-commerce inventory system with Google Assistant.


Samsung's Low-Cost 5G Smartphone Lands in U.S. Stores This Week

Samsung is pricing the A71 5G at $599.99, making it the cheapest 5G phone available in the U.S.


SoftBank Exploring Sale of T-Mobile USA Stake

SoftBank put speculation to rest by confirming its exploring options for its 25% stake in the wireless carrier.


Amazon Deploys Cameras to Enforce Social Distancing in Warehouses, Offices

The real-time technology will alert employees if they aren't staying 6 feet apart.


Amazon's Bezos Open to Appearing Before Congress With Other Tech Executives

The House Judiciary Committee is looking into competition in the technology market.

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