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Indian Lawmaker: iPhone Factory Riot Was Chinese Conspiracy to Hurt India

Sadappa Muniswamy, a member of the Indian parliament who belongs to the governing BJP party, said Monday that recent labor disputes — including the December 12 riot at a factory near Bangalore that supplies components for Apple iPhones — have been instigated by Chinese saboteurs who want to dissuade foreign companies from relocating their operations to India.

People exit from the gate of Wistron, a Taiwanese-run iPhone factory at Narsapura, about 60 km from Bangalore on December 13, 2020. - Authorities vowed to crack down on workers who went on a violent rampage at a Taiwanese-run iPhone factory in southern India over allegations of unpaid wages and …

Explainer: How to Work Around App Store Censorship on Mobile Devices

Following the removal of alternative social media sites such as Parler and Gab from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, many have been left thinking they unable to access these platforms on their mobile devices. Here is how to easily access them whether you use an iPhone and Android device.

Several Chinese iPhone users have claimed that their handsets caught fire or exploded, according to a Shanghai consumer watchdog

Social Media Exodus: Prominent Conservatives Abandon Twitter

Greg Gutfeld joined Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, and Lou Dobbs in leaving Twitter on Saturday. Gutfeld made his exit by announcing his “last tweet,” in which he slammed the handful of big tech companies that have “joined hands” in purging conservatives and removing their competition.

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Apple Joins Google in Blacklisting Parler

Apple has removed social media platform Parler from its App Store, claiming that the platform has not adequately implemented moderation policies that crack down on free speech. Google banned Parler from its Android app store on Friday.

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Apple Suffers Loss in Lawsuit Against Security Experts

Tech giant Apple has suffered a loss in its recent lawsuit against a security start-up that offered “virtual” iPhones to researchers for testing purposes. The judge wrote that Apple’s copyright claims were “puzzling, if not disingenuous.”

Apple launches $100 ml racial justice initiative

Apple Wants to Build Cars by 2024

Tech giant Apple is reportedly moving forward with self-driving car technology and plans to produce a passenger vehicle including its own proprietary battery technology by 2024.

It was the second year running that the 58-year-old successor to the late Steve Jobs got a major pay raise