Twitter is rolling out a faster, redesigned version of its website, bringing not only a new look to the desktop but also a range of new features.
The Ontario Provincial Police “will not apologize for using all of the tools available to help locate a child.”
An interesting piece of technology history was highlighted by The Verge over the weekend that may be of interest to Apple users both young and old.
The settlement would easily surpass the FTC’s largest financial penalty to date, which was a $22.5 million USD fine against Google in 2012.
Apple has stopped selling its cheaper iPhones in India, driving up the price of an “entry-level” iPhone in the process.
The impersonators used false accounts to start conversations with constituents and ask them to apply for federal financial grants.
Apple is willing to spend the big bucks on its upcoming Apple TV+ streaming service to compete with the likes of Netflix and Amazon.
Apple and BBC are collaborating for the first time on an upcoming dramedy for Apple TV+.
Vancouver passed a proposal to replace the CF Pacific Centre glass rotunda into a 14,000 square foot, two-story flagship Apple retail location.
Amazon is reportedly working on a higher-quality version of its popular Alexa-based Echo smart speaker.
As for the overall ‘repairability’ score iFixit awarded the new entry-level MacBook Pro, it was predictably low: 2/10.
The feature is starting next week in Canada as a limited trial with a global rollout expected sometime next month.